And We’re Off, sort of

A couple of electrical problems have us making a short (I hope) stop at Alliance

So to entertain you while we wait, here is Batman’s Eclipse Playlist:

I’ve had a few requests for my Eclipse Playlist, so here it is…

Ain’t No Sunshine, by Bill Withers

Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In, by the Fifth Dimension

Back in Black, by AC/DC

Bad Mon Rising, by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Blinded By the Light, by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band

Blister in the Sun, by Violent Femmes

Blue Clear Sky, by George Strait

Blue Moon, by The Marcels

Blue Moon of Kentucky, by Patsy Cline

Can’t Fight the Moonlight, by LeAnn Rimes

Dancing in the Dark, by Bruce Springsteen

Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me, by Elton John

Eclipse, by Pink Floyd

The entire Dark Side of the Moon Album, by Pink Floyd

Fishin’ in the Dark, by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Fly Me to the Moon, by Frank Sinatra

A Hard Day’s Night, by The Beatles

Here Comes the Sun, by The Beatles

I Saw the Light, by Hank Williams

Kryptonite, by 3 Doors Down

Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, by The Beatles

Moonshadow, by Cat Stevens

Mr. Blue Sky, by The Electric Light Orchestra

New Moon on Monday, by Duran Duran

The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, by Reba McEntire

Night Time is the Right Time, by Ray Charles

Ring of Fire, by Johnny Cash

Shadow Dancing, by Andy Gibb

Shine On You Crazy Diamond, by Pink Floyd

Soak Up the Sun, by Sheryl Crow

The Sound of Silence, by Simon and Garfunkel

The Sun Will Shine On You, by The Electric Light Orchestra

Total Eclipse of the Heart, by Bonnie Tyler

Twilight Time, by The Platters

Walking on Sunshine, by Katrina & The Waves

Walking on the Sun, by Smash Mouth

You’re So Vain, by Carly Simon

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One Response to And We’re Off, sort of

  1. Ted Funsch says:

    Awesome, have fun and be safe.

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