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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Bunch of Halloweenies

Back when I worked at LensCrafters I was fond of burning CDs for us to play in the lab. I have always believed that music plays a vital role in the workplace. In fact, I've just been reading an article that supports this. It seems that many studies have been conducted on this topic, and the findings are just what were expected - music in the workplace contributes to productivity by keeping workers alert and lifting their spirits. Well, duh. I also read that in 1942, the song "Deep In The Heart Of Texas" was banned in some factories because of the handclapping section which encouraged employees to momentarily stop and join in with.

Any road up, I occasionally would 'theme' my CDs... I did a 'rain' one, a 'summer' one, several Christmas ones of course, and a Halloween CD. Containing all the usual suspects - The Munsters, The Addams Family, The Twilight Zone, Ghostbusters, Thriller etc. But it wouldn't be a Jeff CD if there weren't some oddball obscurities on it. I now would like to give you one of those rarities.



  1. No, it kinda gets to you after a moment, doesn't it?

  2. Dude!!! I still play the cds you made for me. I also tend to theme my cds but not nearly as expertly as you. I even throw in an occasional commercial.

    This song? Groovy, man.


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