Clean up my music. Spring cleaning house. Clean sponges.
Clean Up My Music
An act of making a place clean or tidy
dispose of; "settle the bills"
An act of removing or putting an end to disorder, immorality, or crime
The fourth position in a team's batting order, typically reserved for a power hitter likely to clear the bases by enabling any runners to score
tidy: put (things or places) in order; "Tidy up your room!"
make a big profit; often in a short period of time; "The investor really cleaned up when the stock market went up"
My Music was a radio panel show which premiered on the BBC Home Service on January 3, 1967. It was a companion program to My Word!, and like that show featured comic writers Denis Norden and Frank Muir. It was also broadcast via the BBC World Service.
Enables you to quickly view a list of music files in a folder and perform basic management tasks such as retrieving, adding, sorting, and deleting music files. NEW – It is now task–based to help you work more efficiently.
Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: TUPAC Title: STRICTLY FOR MY N.I.G.G.A.Z. Street Release Date: 03/10/1998 Domestic Genre: RAP/HIP HOP
The late Tupac Shakur's second album recalls the densely sampled sonic strengths of Public Enemy's Fear of a Black Planet, except here the bass lines are cranked and the sly samples tend to the gentler touches of Motown and Curtis Mayfield than James Brown. This contrast between hard and soft is appropriate because Shakur is as likely to sweetly honor black sisters ("Keep Ya Head Up") as he is to get angry in your face. Consequently, even with guest spots including the Ices Cube and T., 2Pac's strong raps remain this joint's real shining star. --David Cantwell
Only took me 6 days to clean it!
Along with the clean desk, the whole office got a good scrubbin'. All cables, papers, media, AS WELL AS my computer's desktop (hard drives and all media) were all reorganized and optimized. That's what took this a long time. I cleaned up the virtual as well as the real desktop. I also replaced the bootup drive with a fresh new 500gb 7200.12 Seagate and used the old 500gb 7200.11 Seagate as the timemachine copy of this main OS drive. Also made a mirrored 1tb raid just for projects. My music drive now lives externally. Now all projects live on external loaded drives that can be docked via the NewerTech VoyagerQuad. (you can see it next to the right speaker).
AND! I also moved the bookshelf so it is behind me which makes room for my little couch seat thing I got from German. Now I have a little spot away from my desk to do laptop stuff or watch stuff on the projection screen. Also I got some wires rerouted and now the inkjet can be accessed wirelessly by all mac's.
Yay.... now on to posting some Philippine photos!
32/365: music and rainbows
Shot of the sun visor in my car. It's one of those that holds cd's. It makes a nice splash of color, although there is an awful lot of glare and reflection going on here that I didn't bother to try and clean-up. I guess it's a low effort day.
If you can decipher my scrawl you might get a glimpse into my music tastes.
clean up my music
It's like Mr. Rogers at the controls of the Beastie Boys in this eye-popping collection of music videos and concert performances from the Imagination Movers, a critically acclaimed rock band for kids. The Movers leap, slide, hop, stomp, strum, drum, rap and clap their way through 15 educational rock and hip-hop songs designed for kids and parents to crank up together. Dressed in their trademark bright blue coveralls, these national award-winning musicians and real-life dads jam on guitars, bang on buckets and teach kids a variety of fun, funky dances and sing-alongs. This DVD features songs from the Movers' groundbreaking CDs "Good Ideas" and "Calling All Movers." Highlighted tracks include the XM Radio #1 hit song "I Want My Mommy" as well as "Clean My Room," "The Medicine Song," "Please and Thank You" and "Playing Catch."
Scott, Dave, Rich, and Smitty--the Imagination Movers--make music that's as much for parents as kids. While their lyrics are aimed at the short set, their bouncy tunes evoke pop and funk acts like Smash Mouth, Devo, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers (without any profanity or sexual innuendo). The first DVD from the New Orleans-based quartet, Stir It Up, features a heaping helping of material from both their CDs, Good Ideas and Calling All Movers. Lively videos alternate with energetic live performances, many of which feature audience participation. Some songs, like "I Want My Mommy (Time for Bed)," combine both approaches. Fans of the Wiggles and Bob the Builder are sure to find themselves tapping their toes with abandon, while learning some useful lessons along the way, like the importance of remembering your manners ("Please and Thank You") and tidying up ("Clean My Room"). (Ages 2 to 7) --Kathleen C. Fennessy