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Celebrate Mom - A Mother's Day Playlist

  • Play it first thing Sunday morning.
  • Play it for your wife as she opens her eyes and you're placing breakfast in bed in front of her.
  • Play it in the car on the way home from church.
  • Play it while everyone gets up for the day.
  • Play it as background music in the middle of the day while everyone's up and running around.
  • Sing along together with the songs you know.
  • Play it on Sunday after the kids go to bed. Try not to make anymore kids.
  • Just play it.

And without further ado, here it is:

  1. Lost Without You - Robin Thicke
  2. Good Morning - John Legend
  3. I'm Glad You're Mine - Al Green
  4. All I Do - Stevie Wonder
  5. Staying In Love - Raphael Saadiq
  6. What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
  7. U&I - Emily King
  8. Heaven Must Be Like This - D'Angelo
  9. I Wanna Be Where You Are - Michael Jackson
  10. Sure Hope You Mean It - Raphael Saadiq
  11. I'll Always Love My Mama - The Intruders
  12. Lovely Day - Bill Withers

It's a nice mix of R&B/Soul classics from yesteryear and a couple of tracks that probably will be classic in the years to come.

If you already have these tracks, great! It's a great play, trust me. If you don't you can download the playlist here, appropriately and boringly titled: A Mother's Day Mix 2009.
icon You can download the mix here by clicking the appropriate and boringly titled If you don't you can download the mix here onto your iTunes account just as soon as the mix becomes live (this hasn't happened yet - not sure why). Check back here between now and Saturday for the link to this iMix. Feel free to add your suggestions and if they make sense, then I'll add them to the mix that (drumroll) once again will be downloadable from the iTunes store onto your iTunes account as soon as it becomes live.

Happy Mother's Day, Happy Fatherhood Friday and Happy Friday.

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