Literary Soundtrack: A Top Ten List

Fourth Street Review

I once received a mixtape (mixed CD) that led off with ‘God Bless the Broken Road’ by Rascal Flatts. I won’t tell you what happened next. I think we can all agree on the importance of giving and receiving a perfect mixtape. Its creation is an art form. The few of you who might disagree should stop reading now. I may be too young to have ever created an actual mixtape (on a cassette), but I am no less appreciative of the thought behind it – and I don’t skip tracks even when it’s a digital playlist. For those of us who came after the cassette era, but still love the retro look – they now make these fabulous USB faux tapes. Are they affordable or useful? No, but that doesn’t make them any less fun (purchase here or here).

digital mixtape

After opining that I wanted to create a life…

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