Greetings, Music Aficionados!
Last week’s list of songs left us showing off our cowboy boots, and asking for the room to give a good “yee haw!” And, while he might make for a tough crowd, try as he might to withhold his feelings on the matter, even Jonah was willing to give gruff grunt of approval, and a hat tip in thanks for all that the community compiled! Alas, only the best for this talented group!
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NOTE: This is a work in progress - finishing adding everyone’s songs in a bit!
- “Old Trails,” by Rex Koury (Gunsmoke Theme)
- “Main Theme,” by Jerry Goldsmith (from The Waltons)
- “Shadow’s Theme” by Nobuo Uematsu (from Final Fantasy VI)
- “Pressing Pursuit,” by Toshihiko Horiyama (from Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney)
- “Big Iron," by Marty Robbins
- “The Courier Walks Softly," by Inon Zur (from Fallout: New Vegas)
- “Happy Times,” by Bert Weedon
- “Saloon,” by The Ongoing Concept
- “Blaze of Glory,” by Bon Jovi (from Young Guns II)
- “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (main title)” by Ennio Morricone (from The Good the Bad and the Ugly)
- “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” by Toby Keith
- “Happy Trials,” by Roy Rogers
- “Billy the Kid,” by Billy Dean
- “A Good Run of Bad Luck,” by Clint Black
- “Ramblin’ Man,” by Hank Williams, Sr.
- “Josephine,” by Joey+Rory
- "Back in Baby’s Arms, by Patsy Cline
- “Long Black Train,” by Josh Turner
- “A Country Boy Can Survive,” by Hank Williams, Jr.
- “Hurt,” by Johnny Cash
- “Zorro,” by (from The Sign of Zorro + Disney Sing Along Songs: Heigh-Ho)
- Opening Theme by Cathi Campo (from Zorro)
- “Woody’s Roundup,” by Toy Story 2
- “Stand Unshaken,” by (from Red Dead Redemption 2)
- “The Legend,” by Jerry Reed (from Smokey and the Bandit)
- “Goin’ Out West,” by Widespread Panic
- “Somethings Never Change,” by The Forecast
- “Cowboy Dan,” by Modest Mouse
- “How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us,” by R.E.M.
- “28 Ghosts IV,” by Nine Inch Nails
- “God’s Gonna Cut You Down,” by Marilyn Manson
- “Ghost Riders in the Sky,” by Johnny Cash
- “La Resa De Conti” + “Per qualche dollaro in più,” by Sergio Leone (from For a Few Dollars More)
This Week’s Theme:
Season 2 of Doom Patrol is almost over, and as only it can, it managed to both come in with a bang and leave with another representing the sound of minds blown in its wake. With so active and interesting a set of episodes this time around, we found it imperative to ask what songs make you think of the show and its characters? Is there a piece that perfectly describes a certain character’s development, or a song that popped into you head during the perfect scene?
Let us know what song causes sparks to fly when applied to this lovable group of misfits!
While lyrics must abide to Forum Guidelines, the songs can be anything, of any genre, as long as it meets each week’s theme!
Curious what Mixtape Monday is?
Every week, we’ll post the title of our latest Mixtape, and you post a track of your choice in the comments below! We’ll follow up next Mixtape Monday with the full list of tunes collected from the week before. And if our “What’s the Last Song You Heard?” thread is any indication, you all have superb taste in tunes!