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Favorite Ski Songs

Favorite Ski Songs
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William E. Riseley, Marketing Communications and Public Relations Coordinator

Favorite Song: Corey Hart’s “I Wear My Sunglasses at Night”

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GOOD KARMA SNOW DANCE SONG: COME ON SNOW

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3 Responses to Favorite Ski Songs

  1. Pete Dowan March 6, 2009 at 4:25 pm #

    Hey Heather;…
    Pete here !…
    Thanks for mentioning my song “COME ON SNOW”. ….
    Let’s hope there’s a few more snowfalls this March, and maybe one or two in early April. I would love to have this song on every Snow Lover’s lips next fall, in anticipation of a great winter of SnowSports and general winter fun. ….
    For anyone who’d like to hear the song, visit http://www.myspace.com/petedowan … it’s there.
    ….. And it’s not only available from Amazon.com, but from iTunes and GroupieTunes as well. Info about that is on the MySpace page. ….
    Enjoy the rest of the snow season, and have a GREAT spring and summer. …..
    Take care and keep smiling … good for the soul ! …..

    Musically Your Friend,
    Pete Dowan {:-)

  2. Heather Atwell March 9, 2009 at 12:08 pm #

    Pete’s song is really fun and uplifting (for snow lovers)! Worth checking out.

  3. Jamie Trowbridge March 9, 2009 at 4:46 pm #

    The James Bond theme song is a great ski scene, but you know there is an old Bond movie with a chase scene on skis. My skiing friends in college observed that it is always the third skiing villain that skis off a cliff, gets shot, collides with a tree, etc. So we’d compete NOT to be the third man as we skied down the trail. By the way, the third man principle applies to other chase scenes in other cheesy Bond movies.

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