A Boomer Playlist II

“Music brings a warm glow to my vision, thawing mind and muscle from their endless wintering.”

~ Haruki Murakami

Once I started thinking back to my younger days, I realized there is a LOT of music that I really enjoyed…and still love. As I compiled the Boomer Playlist, it became apparent that it was too long with two dozen titles. So many songs!

I removed half of the tunes from the first playlist and posted them here, for those of you who are curious enough to see what else I had added. Maybe I will compose more lists in future posts, but for now I will leave you with the 24 tracks that make up A Boomer Playlist and A Boomer Playlist Part II. Enjoy!

12 MORE Tracks From a Boomer Playlist*

While My Guitar Gently Weeps — The Beatles
Comfortably Numb — Pink Floyd
Bicycle Race — Queen
Tuesday Afternoon — Moody Blues
Your Song — Elton John
Angie — Rolling Stones
Cinnamon Girl — Neil Young
The Sounds of Silence — Simon and Garfunkel
Fatman in the Bathtub — Little Feat
Black Friday — Steely Dan
Rock and Roll — Led Zeppelin
Our House — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Do any of these songs take you down memory lane? Share your favourite playlist with us in the comments!

Full Disclosure: This playlist is actually 24 tracks long. If you would like to go back to the first 12 songs, follow this link: A Boomer Playlist.

*Song links open in YouTube

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