What's on your iPod?
We asked some leaders in the business community to let us know what they have on their iPod. Some graciously agreed to share.
James Murphy, 73
Yorktowne Business Institute President. He has an iPod classic that also includes photos of his granddaughter, Hannah Dreibelbis, and a picture from the North American Irish Dancing Championships held in San Diego two years ago.
--- "Gimme Shelter," Rolling Stones
--- "Only Time," Enya
--- "Hotel California," Eagles
--- "Long Black Cadillac," Ceili Rain
First recording device: An Ampex Wire Recorder at a Pittsburgh radio station in 1954.
United Way of York County Executive Director. He has an 8g iPod Nano. "I use it primarily for music but occasionally I download a podcast," he said.
--- "Jungleland," Bruce Springsteen
--- "Black Mirror," Arcade Fire
--- "Come on Eileen," Dexy's Midnight Runners
--- "Especially in Michigan," Red Hot Chili Peppers
First recording device: Reel-to-reel. "I just gave away my age."
Bob Jensenius, 57
York County Chamber of Commerce executive vice president. He has an iPod Nano.
--- "Light My Fire," The Doors
--- "Quicksand," Martha Reeves & the Vandellas
--- "Mack the Knife," Bobby Darin
--- "Layla," Derek and the Dominos
First recording device: Reel-to-reel. "I would. . . tape off the radio."
Greg Vojtanek, 32
York Revolution Director of Marketing. He uses a video iPod that also contains some photos and videos.
--- "Show Me Your Glory," Jars of Clay
--- "Werewolves of London," Warren Zevon
--- "Talkin' Baseball," Terry Cashman
--- "A Dying Cubs Fan's Last Request," Steve Goodman
First recording device: "My Parents had an 8-track, but my first device was a tape-cassette recorder. It was the size of a keyboard."
Those who don't have an iPod . . .
"Are you kidding? Me an iPod? No way, too much of a distraction. I do have Sirius radio in my car and I listen to Siriusly Sinatra. And I do recall 8-track tapes. Oh my."
-- Deb Stock, 55, YWCA Of York Executive Director
"I like my satelite radio.
-- Gene Schenck, York Fair vice president.
TALK ABOUT IT
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