Welcome to Peace Week, Day 5 - Five on Friday Set 198

Posted: Friday, November 01, 2013 by Travis Cody in

Edit: I don't know what I was thinking. I had the completely wrong day and time for my post. DOH!

It's time for the announcement.

Set 200 will mark the final Five on Friday Set to appear in this space.  I was considering going to 208, which would be 4 years of tunes.  But as a person fond of nice even numbers, 200 seems like a better place to stop.

More on that in a couple of weeks when I post the final Set.  For now, enjoy Set 198.

Cheers gang!

Five on Friday Set 198 by Travis on Grooveshark

You Really Got Me, written by Ray Davies, released by The Kinks in 1964

Suite Judy Blue Eyes, written by Stephen Stills, released by Crosby Stills & Nash in 1969

Layla, written by Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon, released by Derek and the Dominos in 1971

Free Ride, written by Dan Hartman, released by Edgar Winter Group in 1972

 I Know A Little, written by Steve Gaines, released by Lynryd Skynrd in 1977

Mr Linky is below.

Almost there.  Got your Globe ready?

Until he extends his circle of compassion to include all living things, man will not himself find peace. 
Albert Schweitzer

Reason 2: Because of posts like this one, Papa's Marbles, The Silence of Peace.

We speak on one subject with one voice on one day.  Won't you join us?  You have a voice; how will you use it?  Check in at Mimi Writes or at the Peace Globe Gallery for all the details you need to make your Peace Globe and join your voice to the movement.

Join us.  You know you want to.

I believe that words have power, so this matters. 


  1. what a fantanstic set.mine is up and running.

  1. I'm late signing up -- doing the NaNoWriMo writing marathon -- *pant pant*. I'm with Mike! Great set! Loved The Kinks and Eric Clapton best of all, but also loved Free Ride.

  1. Loving the Lynyrd Skynyrd this week. Excellent selections.