Come on you know you love hand clapping, whistling, and snapping as much as you did when you were a little kid. Nothing will make me like a song more than a some part of the human body making the music with instrumentation (other than the actually singing).
Brett and I while working together at Conover found that we both loved some good clapping. On Thursday I invited him to play some musical ping pong with me and we came up with this list. Some funny, new, and old.
image via: Life (thank you grooviest cult ever)
ColleenJanuary 8, 2012 at 10:17 PM
I've listened to it a couple of times already. Thanks! I downloaded the app…but not sure how to proceed. I was scared off by spotify a few weeks ago when I didn't realize that it was posting to Facebook Every.Single.Song I played! Haven't gone back yet.
blakeJanuary 10, 2012 at 10:54 AM
Colleen: oh no! obnoxious technology… sigh.
Desi: This is great. I love some claps. I mean, they're not cowbells, but they're great. And Liz Phair… that takes me BACK.
Desi McKinnonJanuary 13, 2012 at 10:31 AM
Ms. Colleen here's how to block Spotify from Facebook via LifeHacker:
To hide your currently playing music from the Facebook ticker, just head into Spotify's Preferences and scroll down to the "Facebook" section. Uncheck the "Get personal recommendations by sending music you play to Facebook's Open Graph" box, and that's it—your music will no longer show up anywhere on Facebook. There's no need to disconnect Spotify from Facebook, and no reason to wade around through Facebook's privacy settings.
Of course, if you feel like sharing your playing music with some, but not all, of your friends, just head to Facebook's Privacy Settings > Apps and Websites > Spotify, go to "App Activity Privacy", and set it to whatever you want.