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Agile Music

Page history last edited by Joe Little 2 years, 2 months ago

Songs in an Agile Key

 

 Jens once suggested that a team share music that they liked. As a good way of getting to know each other. Despite my best intentions, I found that I also learned a bit about Agile that way. And it brought a few smiles.

 

So, in light of the season (this started at Christmas time, last year, as a kind of present), we have a few musical selections for you to vote on. Which one tells you the most about Agile? Pretend we're in Chicago -- Vote early and often.

 

The criteria for selecting your "learned the most about Agile" songs are purely your own (and we hope they will be widely divergent).

 

Vote with a star (on that page) or a comment (using the Comments button).

 

Oh, and you can add nominees. Please do. The password to edit is scrum.

 

The nominees are...

 

O come O come Emmanuel - Christ Church Choir

Think for yourself - The Beatles (George Harrison)

Tell Her No - The Zombies

Manic Depression - Jimi Hendrix

Smoke on the Water - Deep Purple

Commitment - Leann Rimes

Ballad of a Thin Man - Bob Dylan

Turn me on - Norah Jones

First I look at the purse - The Contours

You're beautiful - James Blount

Ciega, Sordomuda - Shakira

Where or when - Harry Connick Jr.

Nessun dorma - Giacomo Puccini performed by Luciano Pavarotti

My back pages - A small team

I've got you under my skin - Diana Krall

You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go - Bob Dylan

All about soul - Billy Joel

Tell the Truth - Eric Clapton and Bobby Whitlock

Do It - Spice Girls

Another One Bites The Dust - Queen

Dear XP - Unknown

All I want for Christmas is you - Mariah Carey

Stuck in the Middle with You

What was it you wanted - Willie Nelson singing

Hallelujah - Handel, with a chorus

Hips Don't Lie - Shakira (feat. Wyclef Jean)

Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones

New York, New York - Frank Sinatra

Hey Bulldog - The Beatles

Night in my veins - The Pretenders

Stand By Your Man - Tammy Wynette

The Scrum Product Owner Song - Brent  Barton (Sung to the tune of "If I only had a brain.")

Courage - Judy Garland, the Cowardly Lion, and others

Make You Feel My Love - Bob Dylan

Don't Stop by the Rolling Stones

Never Knew I Needed by Ne-Yo

Wannabe by Spice Girls

 

....add more...

 

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