If this is it (oooh wop), please let me know. Well, this is it, folks. The final edition of Finetune Friday. It’s been going on for a year now, and this month’s theme is putting out any playlists that you’ve been itching to get out the door.
Over the last 12 months this has been an experiment in communicating with each other through sharing music. It was a lot of fun, but coming up with playlists that fit within my themes could be a challenging and time consuming task. I know that some lists took me hours to put together, and some of the more complicated lists took me days. The following people stuck with it every month and dedicated the time and effort into compiling lists that we all could enjoy, and I think they deserve a little something for the effort. So when they die, on their death beds, they will receive total consciousness. So, they got that going for them, which is nice.
Thanks for playing along, folks. It wouldn’t have been the same without you.
The Kings and Queens of Finetune Friday
I’m the king (boomboom boom boom), but I don’t get credit because it was my gig. No soup for me.
She only missed The Mr. Men Edition. That’s it. “The Ballad of Dirk Diggler” from FTF: Sex was probably my favorite, followed by “Metallicar”, which was submitted for the King Of The Road Edition.
M-Shel also only missed the Mr. Men Edition, earning her place in the royal hall of Finetune Friday Fame. I think my favorite list of M-Shel’s was Hittin’ the Road, but her Christmas Holidaze list made me chuckle, too.
Christina participated in 9 of the previous 12 FTF’s, but she put out two playlists on the cinematic character list, which really should give her the bump up to 10 for the extra effort. That month, she submitted lists honoring both Damien and The Thing. Now that’s dedication.
Viv came to the party late, but has been involved with FTF without a break since December of 2007. My favorite list of hers is easily her contribution to the Science Fiction Edition, which she called “4e 65 72 64 63 6f 72 65″. The title and the entire description of this list was written in hex, which I made me burst out laughing. It’s bits of effort like this that made these things fun.