Five on Friday Set 64

Posted: Friday, April 15, 2011 by Travis Cody in

Edit:  DOH!  I can't believe I forgot to add my graphic!  But while I'm here fixing that, here are two other things I should mention.  
  • Since we're all starting from the same jump point, let's go ahead and include our progression explanations with our FDoMP Sets.
  • If you're stumped, Jamie got a head start and posted her Set today.  
Alrighty then!  

Hey gang!  Welcome to Set 64...just a little something special dedicated to my Lady.

And don't forget!  Set 65 next week will be Volume 3 of Five Degrees of Musical Progression.  Remember to build your progressive Set beginning with the song Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot.  Check out this past Monday's post for some details.  You can also check out this link and this link to get an idea of how we play this game.

Grab the nifty FDoMP banner from any of those links too.

Have a great weekend!

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Here are  your FDoMP guidelines:

1. Grab the banner, make your post title Five on Friday - Five Degrees of Musical Progression, and be sure to link back here.
2. Go to to make your Set of five songs.  The basic idea for FDoMP is to start with a song - in this case, Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot - and then let something about it lead you to the next, and so on until you have your five tunes.
2a. Don't feel restricted by the tracks listed on And don't be discouraged if the Embed code won't work. You're welcome to use any type of media to share your Sets.
3. Be sure to sign Mr Linky so everyone can visit your Set and try to guess your progression.
4. No tags, but feel free to invite your friends to play along if they need a post topic on a Friday.

I hope you join in.  You've got a week to put something together.  We'll all post our progressive Sets next Friday, 22 April.


  1. Jamie says:

    It seems I got my progression date wrong and did it this week. So I'll do two of them. In the meantime, tear off the brown paper wrapper and don asbestos gloves because things are hot over at my place.

    Travis, Great love songs for your lucky lady.

  1. Linda says:

    Such lovely songs for your lovely lady! I'm going to say that the Goo Goo Dolls is my favorite though it's a tough call!

    I'm definitely looking forward to next week's chance to do another musical progression. For this week I went with one of my youngest's favorite bands.

  1. WOnderful set Sir. Mine is up


    Pam is a lucky Lady and you are a lucky man

  1. Travis a great set.

  1. Very nice selectin of love songs there.

  1. arachnerd says:

    I jumped the gun & posted mine this week too. I guess I didn't pay attention to your post... oops. Oh well - it was fun anyway!

  1. Akelamalu says:

    Nice choices Trav.

  1. jennifer says:

    I almost posted a progression today too. I'm glad I checked before I published it. My regular post is up (a little late, but up just the same).

    I like your song choices. You and your lady have a wonderful weekend!

  1. Jamie says:

    For all those who are doing the "Sundown" progression on schedule, I thought you might like to read the "Song Facts" about the meaning. Consensus seems to be the about to be ex wife, the "good friend" whose nickname was Sundown and Gordon's drinking (feeling no pain) and anger management problems at the time.

  1. Polly says:

    Some sweet songs for your Lady! Goo Goo Dolls and Jim Croce together must mean something good.

  1. Playlist dot com is suddenly not licensed in my area, meaning I now have to hunt up all of the 5 on Friday selections on You Tube. At least it still shows the song title and who the artist is.

    Enjoyed the Googoo Dolls one best this week.

  1. Was sooooooo busy on Friday that I didn't even get a chance to see what tunes you had. I love Jim Croce's Time in a Bottle, especially. Thanks!