Kitty Saves the World: the Playlist

July 22, 2015

Two weeks til KITTY SAVES THE WORLD is released to the wild!  I’m entering the nerve wracking phase of things.  I should start hearing about reviews soon, and feedback should start to come in.  Gosh, I hope people like it!  Ain’t nothing I can do about it now but wait to hear what people say.

In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek of the playlist for the book.  And yes, it has struck me that the last half might appear a bit. . .apocalyptic.  *rubs hands together gleefully*

  • Traveling Wilburys, “End of the Line”
  • Patsy Cline, “Walkin’ After Midnight”
  • Bob Geldof, “The Great Song of Indifference”
  • The Fabulous Glittering Aquanazis, “The Song That
    Will Get Us That Parental Advisory Sticker”
  • Everclear, “Strawberry”
  • Ian Cooke, “Fortitude”
  • The Pogues, “If I Should Fall from Grace with God”
  • Celtic Legacy aka Kiltic, “Amazing Grace”
  • Johnny Nicholas, “John the Revelator”
  • Musica Antiqua, “Sheep May Safely Graze”
  • Pandora Celtica, “The Leaving”
  • Jane Siberry, “Calling All Angels”
  • Anonymous 4, “Angel Band”


3 Responses to “Kitty Saves the World: the Playlist”

  1. amiegibbons15 Says:

    I do not like the playlist, it does not bode well. Hmmmm, nope no way, nuh-uh, you wouldn’t kill Kitty. I’m not buying it 😉

  2. Pyrrha Misa Says:

    Hi, I’m really hoping you won’t mind, but I’ve been working on the Kitty Norville book playlists on Youtube + posting them to my Tumblr page, surprisingly there have only been maybe a handful of songs I absolutely couldn’t find to add (and I made note of that in the playlist description), here they all are thus far:

    Norville 1:

    Norville 2:

    Norville 3:

    Norville 4:

    Norville 5:

    Norville 6:

    Norville 7:

    Norville 8:

    Norville 9:

    Norville 10:

    Norville 11:

    Norville 12:

    Norville 13: (Low Midnight without Playlist?)

    Norville 14: ? Expected publication: August 4th 2015

    Kitty’s Greatest Hits: ?

    Note: I’m alright with making them purely private/taking them down/changing the versions of the songs to ones which you had in mind if you dislike this.

    I just really wanted to listen to what book playlists you had put together for the novels and couldn’t find a collection already out like this.

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