Sunday, August 14, 2011

Plains Pops: Sunday Morning Playlist Edition

Perhaps it was the Madville Times post about the one-page atheists hymnal or these tweets discussing a #teacherplaylist, but I thought I'd toss out a Sunday morning playlist.

U2's classic "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" reminds me that seeking is ok.

Bob Dylan's "Gotta Serve Somebody," provides a useful reminder about existential choices.

I've also thought "Desperado" was a secular hymn.

The under-appreciated Sam Phillips has useful reminders in "I Need Love."

Since a lot of services end with "Go forth and serve the Lord," I thought it appropropiate to end with a call to immediate action as well:  "The Revolution Starts Now."

Suggestions welcome.


yanktonirishred said...

Had a pastor who would sing Desperado during communion.

Bound for Glory- Tedeschi Trucks Band
(I prefer this version)

Better Way- Ben Harper
(The sermon I want to hear)

Angel from Montgomery- Bonnie Raitt

Fire and Rain- James Taylor

In Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel

Nothing Compares 2 U - Prince
( Seeking Salvation)

Take Me to the River - Talking Heads

The Weight - The Band
(I pulled into nazareth, was feelin about half past dead;
I just need some place where I can lay my head.
Hey, mister, can you tell me where a man might find a bed?
He just grinned and shook my hand, and no!, was all he said.)

Soulshine - Allman Brothers Band
(I think Heaven is supposed to be like this)

Already Free - Derek Trucks Band
(If that ain't church I don't know what is)

Can't Hardly Wait - The Replacements
(Jesus rides beside me he never buys any smokes)

LK said...

I wanted to include Ben Harper but rushed and forgot. Thanks for the addition.

caheidelberger said...

Bring on the U2-charist!