I’m ready, I think, to make the Soundtrack CD for my newest WIP. This is a story about a lawyer and an Interpol Agent- who is not exactly what he seems. Here are the songs I’ve chosen. Couldn’t resist the Interpol one called NYC as the story takes place in New York City (or starts there, anyway).
Howard Jones : Things Can Only Get Better; Alan Parsons Project: Eye in the Sky; 10CC: I’m Not in Love; Pink: Do What You Do; Pink: Waiting For Love; Stevie Wonder: Boogie on Reggae Woman; Dan Hall: Never Thought; Pete Townshend: Let My Love Open the Door; Yardbirds: For Your Love; Turtles: Happy Together; Blood, Sweat and Tears: You Made Me So Very Happy; Walter Egan: Magnet and Steel; Dell Shannon: Runaway; Steely Dan: Rikki Don’t Lose That Number; Interpol: NYC
Just for fun, here is a picture from one of my trips to NYC
The subway had a fire as we sat in Juniors eating lunch – we got to see all the action- AND some pretty cute firemen. Why is it that all firemen are handsome?
Magnet and Steel is a great song. Haven’t heard that one in ages. Hope to catch it in the office sometime when your soundtrack plays. Now that I have a better laptop to use for my writing. I think I’ll get my techie boy to download some songs for me. For me it’s not so much the songs fitting the story it’s the songs to put me in that mood. Some time the same songs say different things when I I’m writing different characters. Good tunes as always. Thanks for sharing with us.