And again, this is a selection of some of my favorite music albums that keep me company while I am jogging… What I like about listening to albums in general and especially while running, rather than listening to compilations of songs, is that behind a music album there is a concept and as such it guides your work out, it determines your pace: you can choose your pace according to the album you are listening to, or viceversa.
Hey there! This week I’d like to share with you my favorite albums when it comes to jogging. In order to keep in shape, many of us go jogging in their spare time, or on the weekend, and most of us have at least tried once in their lifetime. Well, let’s be frank, the first thought most of us have is that running, pure running, not chasing a ball or something, simple running, is in fact a bit boring! That is why we all tend to carry our mp3 player, iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, or whatever modern technology has to offer, on our conquest of the local park. Continue reading “skylyro’s Top 10 Jogging Albums”
This is intended to be the first of a whole lot of articles and play lists dealing with the music, books, art, movies, sports etc. you and I prefer, and these are some of my favorite albums of all times. I’m not sure about the order yet, but just to say it with Eddie Vedder’s words: “how much difference does it make?” (Pearl Jam – Indifference). And how about sharing your suggestions, tips and top album lists? So finally, even though I still find it really hard to leave out so many of my favorite artists and albums, here’s what I may define my Top Ten Albums of All Times:
1. G. Love and Special Sauce – Self Titled Album
2. Pearl Jam – Vs.
3. Jeff Buckley – Grace
4. Tom Waits – Closing Time
5. Dire Straits – Brothers In Arms
7. Radiohead – Inrainbows
8. Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti
9. Jimi Hendrix – Are You Experienced
10. The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band