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Holiday Giveaway #14: Joey Roth- 12.06.12

joeyplanter0.jpg Happy Holidays! 2013 is around the corner, and we’re finishing up this year with more of our annual coupons from our favorite stores and over 30 giveaways from now through Christmas!

Joey Roth will always be the first NOTCOT reader i ever met in person - and that was probably around 6 years ago in NY. From our posts about his work back in 2005 to the big Sorapot launch in 2008 and such precise, beautiful products since… this year he is generously giving two winners awesome prizes! The first winner will receive a pair planters (one terracotta and one gray) - these planters are easy to water, and will pull the water as they need them (thus, great for travelers or absent minded plant owners). The second winner will receive a super bundle of his ceramic speakers and subwoofer! Joey’s iconic speakers have been updated this year by the addition of a stunning ceramic subwoofer!

THE GOODS: One winner will receive two planters, one in each color. The second winner will receive a set of ceramic speakers and subwoofer.

TO WIN: Musical green thumbs, leave a comment here sharing the song you think plants will love to grow to by 12/11 PST for a chance to win. Winner will be contacted via email.

See more pictures on the next page!

UPDATE: Congrats to Patrick in Costa Mesa, CA and Amanda in Toronto, ON!

joeyplanter1.jpg Planter

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joeysub1.jpg Ceramic speakers and subwoofer.

joeysub2.jpg Ceramic speakers and subwoofer.

joeysub3.jpg Ceramic speakers and subwoofer.

TO WIN: Musical green thumbs, leave a comment here sharing the song you think plants will love to grow to by 12/11 PST for a chance to win. Winner will be contacted via email.

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On top of the world - Imagine Dragons

----- Hoister 11.12.12 23:32

Probably “Lettuce Love” by Bill Withers, “Turnip the Lights” by Kanye, or “Beet it” by MJ RIP.

----- Lis 11.12.12 23:06

Anything and everything on Sketches of Spain by Miles Davis, it’s always in high rotation at my house :)

----- tasa 11.12.12 22:52

the best is yet to come

----- victor yamaguchi 11.12.12 19:30

compilations of Snoop Dogg’s..err, Lion’s songs!

----- Nina G 11.12.12 18:40

How about Robert Plant : Shining In The Light.

----- Americo F. Mulhern 11.12.12 17:50

Modeselektor - Let Your Love Grow

----- MIMI 11.12.12 16:22

They’ll love some reggae Rise up rise up rise up !

----- laura 11.12.12 14:49

I can see clearly now the rain is gone by Johnny Nash
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HagzTRmUBIE

----- Leems 11.12.12 14:12

Leon Redbone’s “Lazy Bones”

----- hil 11.12.12 13:57

SKRILLEX

----- Gabe G 11.12.12 12:58

Reach Up For the Sunrise by Duran Duran!

----- Jeremy 11.12.12 12:44

5 years time by noah and the whale

----- christine 11.12.12 11:16

definitely Flowing Afternoon Forest by Ibadi. veerrrry soothing. recommended! you can hear it at Youtube: “오후가 흐르는 숲 Ibadi”

----- erick hilmansyah 11.12.12 11:09

Pretty sure my plants love anything by Sigur Ros

----- Ryan 11.12.12 10:35

The Lakmé Flower Duet - one of my favorite pieces, and it seems very fitting for a pair of planters basking in the sun.

----- Charlotte Terry 11.12.12 10:30

Realistically, I picture them growing to Enya. Some plants might grow to Marley, others to a banjo. Plants in my house grow along to Gaga.

----- Kylene 11.12.12 10:18

The Garden That You Planted by Sea Wolf

----- Ryan Chen 11.12.12 10:16

“Shine” by The Album Leaf! Plants love that song!

----- Jason Encabo 11.12.12 09:56

“Comptine d’Un Autre Été: L’après Midi”
Composed and Performed by Yann Tiersen

----- Agata 11.12.12 08:55

I know for a fact that plants love to hear Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On”!

----- steph 11.12.12 08:41

Treetop by Clams Casino.

----- Hadi 11.12.12 08:27

Alt-J Breezeblocks

----- Meagan 11.12.12 08:16

I’d say Colours by Grouplove or Sail by Awolnation. It needs good vibrations to keep going up, never stay at the same place, never sit there and stay in their confort zone.

----- Etienne 11.12.12 08:07

I’d have to play some Bob Marley

----- Geoff 11.12.12 07:36

The Rolling Stones, “Shine A Light” because everybody knows plants need light to grow.

----- Jessie 11.12.12 06:32

The Temptations - My Girl 1965

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIYAuJ5OZ1Y

----- Ian 11.12.12 01:24

“Her Morning Elegance” by Oren Lavie

----- Jeff 11.12.12 00:28

There has been much research on classical music and the way cells, including plant cells, respond to it. Since it is Christmas season I would play a harp version of Joy to the World.

----- Christi 10.12.12 22:26

if you’re happy and you know it

----- Robyn 10.12.12 21:40

“Hours” by Tycho. You can get lost in it, especially with good headphones. Joey Roth’s Speakers look like they were built to emit this song. It builds this atmosphere that you could sink into and It wouldn’t surprise me to see my plants swaying along.

----- Joseph Dominguez 10.12.12 20:55

You are my sunshine…

----- Michael 10.12.12 20:16

“Lights”-Ellie Goulding

----- Nicole 10.12.12 20:06

Girl Stands Still-Catherin Wheel

----- Yoshio 10.12.12 19:37

“Here Comes the Sun”

----- Kay 10.12.12 19:31

Journey in Satchidananda by Alice Coltrane

----- David 10.12.12 19:24

Talking Heads “(Nothing But) Flowers”

----- AV 10.12.12 18:57

Philip Glass. Morning passages.

----- Joe k 10.12.12 18:54

“Let Your Love Grow” by Passion Pit
“Municipality” by Real Estate
“Think/Feel” by Beat Connection
“Crest” by The Antlers
“Time to Run” by Lord Huron

----- Phillip Anderson 10.12.12 18:53

“Hurry, It’s Lovely Up Here” from “On A Clear Day You Can See Forever”.

----- Barrett Hong 10.12.12 18:47

My plants love slow, languid stuff like Boards of Canada. “Hey Saturday Sun” is my favourite, so I like to think that it would be theirs too.

----- Anders Cold 10.12.12 18:07

I think plants would grow great with George Harrison’s “If Not for You.” A delicate, beautiful song about love.

----- Jeffrey 10.12.12 18:03

Evergreen by Fiery Furnaces:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0S7EzKxvljQ

----- STEPHEN 10.12.12 17:34

“you hold the water”- how to dress well.

----- Kaitlyn 10.12.12 17:27

Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks – Gardenia or a steady diet of broadway musicals (I grew up listening to these great tunes and I turned out pretty well)!

----- Leanna 10.12.12 16:15

Enya - (1991) Shepherd Moons - 13 Book Of Days - Far And Away

----- Jordan 10.12.12 16:12

Ace of Spades by Motörhead

----- Khoa Tran 10.12.12 16:06

Chopin’s Nocturne in C sharp minor, or “Valse d’Amelie” from “Le fabuleux destin d’Amelie Poulain” (composed by Yann Tiersen.)

----- Kelly 10.12.12 15:54

Haerts-Wings

----- Jonathan 10.12.12 15:42

“All you need is love” The Beatles :)

----- Emily 10.12.12 15:34

The Carter Family - Wildwood Flower

----- Betty 10.12.12 15:25

Dan Deacon-True Thrush

----- Ryan 10.12.12 14:52

Svefn-g-englar by Sigur Ros

----- Mark LC 10.12.12 14:31

I like to feed my plants with Melissa Etheridge to make them tough.

----- Cameron 10.12.12 13:58

Passenger “Let Her Go” has been my growing jam lately. I’m sure the succulents on my desk like it too.

----- Toni 10.12.12 13:47

Little Boxes - Malvina Reynolds

----- James 10.12.12 13:38

Rise to the Sun - Alabama Shakes

----- Kailyn 10.12.12 13:27

‘Saturday Sun’ - Nick Drake

----- Sid Law 10.12.12 13:25

Good Day Sunshine! - The Beatles

----- Deliamo 10.12.12 13:06

Zion I - Coastin’. Because this song makes anything epic.

----- Rach 10.12.12 12:53

JACK JOHNSON - BUBBLE TOES

----- Sandy 10.12.12 12:30

Ah i think bebel gilberto’s “so nice” would be perfect. smooth, relaxing …

----- rebecca f. 10.12.12 11:44

My plants will love anything Marvin Gaye.

----- Lisa 10.12.12 10:52

1, 2, 3, 4 by plain white T’s

----- Debbie 10.12.12 10:37

Skrillex or Ramm Stein! No really! Mythbusters tested different music and the harder the better. The heavy metal music plant was far taller than the rest!

----- Ben 10.12.12 10:31

M83 - Wait

----- gray 10.12.12 10:08

would say Tame Impala, Solitude is Bliss

----- kim 10.12.12 09:49

Wildflowers by Tom Petty!

----- Ace W 10.12.12 09:02

if the stars were mine by melody gardot

----- Kye 10.12.12 09:00

Clair de lune

----- Kate 10.12.12 08:10

Plants need encouragement and love but more importantly stimuli. They will grow if you play Control by Mutemath. If this gets out of hand you may need to dial it back a little and put on some Alexi Murdoch. All my days calms my squash down.

----- Erastos 10.12.12 08:03

Björk - All is Full of Love over and over and over and over and over. It would promote tiny crystalline growth on the leaves then when licked would produce the most peculiar sensations on the tongue.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjI2J2SQ528

----- Alexander 10.12.12 07:18

“Don’t be Shy” Cat Stevens - its a good growing song.

----- AJ 10.12.12 06:51

Sigur Ros / Glosoli

----- Jake Jones 10.12.12 06:32

“don’t worry, be happy” by Bobby McFerrin :)

----- Natalie Kay 10.12.12 06:22

Counting Background - The Velvet Teen

----- Leigh 10.12.12 05:17

Plant ’ em grow ’ em style…. Grow grow grow grow ,

----- Benjamin Van hecke 10.12.12 05:06

Bach Cello Suites make plants all tingly

----- Tarun 10.12.12 04:55

Any serenade sung off-key, karaoke style, at 3am on a weeknight. They’ll love it!

----- Chris K 10.12.12 03:13

‘Coming back to life’ by pink floyd - had it reserved for my funeral song, just to weird people out, but you can borrow it

----- gavin 10.12.12 02:11

The song should definitely be ‘Jackie Wilson - Higher and Higher’ - works every time on my chilli’s.

Cheers, Adam

----- Adam Richardson 10.12.12 02:04

mi little basil plant loves “por una cabeza” by the tango project and all the tangos. and loves sunlight and water as well :D

----- Francesca 10.12.12 01:53

I think I would play the planters Greensleeves… To trick them into thinking Mr Whippy is coming! (Is a slightly up-tempo version of Greensleeves the universal call of Mr Whippy or is it just in New Zealand?)

----- SARAH MOORE 10.12.12 00:37

“The air i breathe” by The Hollies

----- Przemek 10.12.12 00:30

“jungle drum” by emiliana torrini :)

----- shafina 10.12.12 00:28

Cornelius - Drop
(video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=penAy3JrXws)
가사,歌詞

----- Nico 10.12.12 00:17

I would play ‘(Your love keeps lifting me) HIgher and Higher’ by Jackie Wilson

----- Moussa Beidas 10.12.12 00:07

“It’s Raining Men” by the Weather Girls. Lets be real here, Mother Nature takes charge in that song!

----- Anthony 09.12.12 21:11

Battleships by Travis.

----- jay panelomo 09.12.12 21:02

I would play them all the Beethoven they could handle!

----- heidi 09.12.12 20:06

I would put this on loop for three weeks. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQT6piZOX7c (Needs of a Plant, Harry Kindergaten)

----- JamieC 09.12.12 19:52

Vivaldi’s four seasons!

----- Tristan 09.12.12 19:29

Sunshine on my Shoulders by John Denver

----- Carmen 09.12.12 18:38

“saeglopur” - sigur ros. why? because it seems like something plants would enjoy.

----- melda 09.12.12 18:34

Metalica - “Enter Sandman”

----- dan 09.12.12 17:41

Plants love “Mushaboom” by Feist. Fact. Nice.

----- Brandon Hayward 09.12.12 17:14

Bing Crosby’s You are my sunshine

----- Sarah 09.12.12 17:03

Beauty and the beat :)

----- Scott 09.12.12 16:44

Funky Drummer by James Brown.

----- Brenda I 09.12.12 16:43

HO HEY - the Lumineers

----- thibault 09.12.12 16:00

‘Breed’ by Nirvana should get any plant out of the ground in no time! :]

----- Ivar 09.12.12 15:49

Susumu Yokota - Saku

----- Benedict 09.12.12 15:47

The best song for plants to grow by? That is a tricky question, I would have to say Alejandro by Lady Gaga, give them leaves some motivation to grow!

----- Calin 09.12.12 15:40

The Beach Boys - “FEEL FLOWS”

----- Eric S 09.12.12 14:54

OK Go, “Last Leaf”

----- Laura 09.12.12 13:41

“Nong Kai” by Apparat.

----- ARHIP MF 09.12.12 13:34

Kelly Green by Juicy J and Project Pat - it’s a love song to plants!

----- Danielle 09.12.12 12:53

Slow melodic music like Sigur Ros.

----- Eric 09.12.12 12:48

Jake Shimabukuro - Blue Roses Falling

----- Oliver 09.12.12 12:21

Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. it’s long enough you can probably see the plants growing

----- tommy pez 09.12.12 11:56

Think it definitely has to be Fairport Convention’s Who knows where the time goes. I know I would grow greener to this!
http://open.spotify.com/track/0zqvQiZmCbaSIj291JDAz2

----- Tom Selwyn-Davis 09.12.12 11:49

Definitely “Green Grass of Tunnel” by múm! Perfect song for those young (and old) plants!

----- Ryan 09.12.12 11:22

If anything plants will grow over In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly! If not, replay it again!

----- Tim 09.12.12 11:07

The Foundations’ “Build me up, Buttercup”! ;) Even if they’re not buttercups, how could they not be encouraged by that song!

----- Alex 09.12.12 10:26

Well plants will grow on Twisted Nerve by Bernard Herrmann (you know kill bill)

----- Barry 09.12.12 09:54

Must be a song by Midlake. This band brings nature in it’s music, and music to it’s nature. So there it is: Midlake - Core of Nature

----- Nick Felix 09.12.12 05:23

heheh! cool! my neighbors would love them :P

----- evita 09.12.12 04:46

I think the plants would love to hear ‘Green, green grass of Home’ by Johnny Cash

----- Amanda Bruun 09.12.12 03:38

the cure - a forest…seems valid

----- Polymenidis Michael 09.12.12 03:02

Jesus Pablo - Endless Dream

----- Martynas 09.12.12 02:39

I would play them all things Simon and Garfunkel, Mrs. Robinson would be their favorite.

----- Alison 09.12.12 00:50

My plants seem to like all of the Beirut that I play for them, especially Nantes.

----- Alex 08.12.12 23:36

“Summer (and announcements)” from An Evening with John Denver.
It makes everything grow.

----- Darin S. 08.12.12 23:18

Kingston Town by UB40. Synth Reggae is always happy.

----- Sung Chang 08.12.12 23:16

Gymnopédie #1. Erik Satie.
The song itself is as beautiful as a million flowers blooming underneath a blue sky… progressing soft, slow and strong, like of growth itself….

----- Angus Macmillan 08.12.12 21:26

“Hello Seattle” by Owl City

----- Casey 08.12.12 21:26

“Green grow the rushes” by R.E.M.

----- Madoc 08.12.12 20:11

“Mr. Rabbit, Mr. Rabbit” by Paul Westerfield

----- Michael W. 08.12.12 20:10

Wicked Garden by Stone Temple Pilots of course.

----- tony 08.12.12 20:06

Julianna Barwick, Magic. Something about it is very verdant and distant…it will make the plants dream of the outdoors.

----- Anthony 08.12.12 19:22

“Little April Showers” from Bambi

----- Dominique 08.12.12 18:44

Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds, my girls favourite song right now.

----- Jamie 08.12.12 17:54

Al Green - “In The Garden”

----- Matt 08.12.12 17:50

La Vie En Rose by Edith Piaf

----- Andy Swafford 08.12.12 16:19

Our basil grows to Take 5 - David Brubeck. RIP

----- Casey Dure 08.12.12 15:22

“Da Da Da” by Trio!

----- Andrew 08.12.12 14:45

Better get to Livin’ by Dolly Parton*

The day we’re born we start to die
Don’t waste one minute of this life
Get to livin’

*would sound best through those speakers.

----- Daimian 08.12.12 14:11

“It’s Not Easy Being Green” by Kermit D Frog, of course.

----- Meghan F. 08.12.12 13:12

“Do Ya Thing” by Gorillaz, featuring Andre 3000. That’s how I get pumped up.

----- Greg 08.12.12 12:49

lumineers - dead sea

----- steven 08.12.12 12:21

Com Truise - Slow Peels … Like I like my citrus fruits.

----- Shane O'Brien 08.12.12 12:14

Anything from The Bronx’ White Drugs album! Plants like to rage.

----- Will R 08.12.12 10:37

perpetuum mobile by the penguin cafe orchestra.

----- dylan 08.12.12 10:25

My plants like Efterklang playing Full Moon (turboweekend remix)

----- Thomas 08.12.12 10:25

Imagine plants and flowers swaying to Bobby McFerrin’s ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ classic?!

----- Ellen S. Bautista 08.12.12 10:09

Everyone knows that plants will only grow listening to metal! Pentagram’s forever my queen is the obvious choice.

----- Kora 08.12.12 10:01

Anything off of Bjork’s “Vespertine”. Because of its compelling nurturing beauty and all of the other associations with the word, botanical etc. Particularly perfect and favorite songs from “Vespertine” are “Sun in My Mouth” or “Heirloom”.

----- Noelle Stiles 08.12.12 09:37

I’m a farmer in Albuquerque and I can tell you for a fact that “Who Loves The Sun” by the Velvet Underground are my plants favorite,

----- Seth 08.12.12 09:00

Bangarang by skrillex would scare the plants into growing.

----- Adam Edwards 08.12.12 08:23

The Rain Song by Led Zeppelin

----- Kirsten 08.12.12 08:08

What plant wouldn’t love growing to the classic sounds of the Super Mario Bros. soundtrack? ^_^

----- Tom 08.12.12 07:48

“Sunrise” by Norah Jones

----- matthew.m 08.12.12 07:46

Reasons~Earth, Wind & Fire…the plants will dig Philip Bailey’s octave ;)

----- Karim 08.12.12 06:44

Those ceramic speakers are sexy - by me. but for real though probably a bit of metal. protest the hero - sequoia throne would be my metal of choice

----- Jake Hayes 08.12.12 06:00

This should be a no brainer. Higher and higher by Jackie Wilson. It made evil slime animate the statue of liberty with positive vibes.

----- Brian 08.12.12 05:51

Pupkulies & Rebecca- Pepper (Wirspielen Tanzflur Edit)

----- Gauth 08.12.12 05:47

Since is winter time and plants are involved, I think this tune would do the job http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk8DdihnlNs (Bonnie Dobson - Winters going)

----- Alex H 08.12.12 05:27

This would definitely have to be “Soul Bossa Nova” by Quincy Jones and his Orchestra

----- Iris 08.12.12 03:24

Dumb ways to die - Tangerine Kitty

----- Kieran 08.12.12 02:10

Lovefingers - School of Seven Bells http://open.spotify.com/track/7bISuWxpMn5sYfJl0L2j64 (magic green fingers)

----- Rik Schot 08.12.12 01:53

Push the Little Daises - Ween.

ADORABLE.

----- Rae 08.12.12 01:24

Good question! I sure hope my succulents would enjoy listening to Hotel Yorba, by the White Stripes as much as I do. That’s one song that is best listened to LOUD! Get this little hacienda all fixed up for the Holidays, get some great music going, and not take one bit of it for granted.

----- Garrett Allen 07.12.12 22:48

“Thrift shop” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

----- JT Hamrick 07.12.12 22:48

In the Sun by She & Him

----- Jin 07.12.12 22:24

Laser Cannon Deth Sentence - Dethklok.

I heard somewhere they prefer angrier music.

----- Vincent 07.12.12 22:18

‘Sacred Sands’ - Allah-Las … nothing beats some homegrown L.A. flavor

----- Chris 07.12.12 21:59

three girl rhumba by wire. or, Prisencolinensinainciusol by Adriano Celentano. plants love fake english.

----- emily 07.12.12 20:30

I’m pretty all sure plants love Chaka Khan’s “Ain’t Nobody.”

----- Aja 07.12.12 20:17

I’d play: Kermit the Frog - its not easy being green

----- Garrettg5 07.12.12 19:49

“Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles and Dar William’s “The Green World”

----- Erin 07.12.12 19:32

“Corner of the Earth” - Jamiroquai

----- Patrick C 07.12.12 19:26

Definitely, Mean Green Mother From Outerspace via Little Shop of Horrors.

----- AlexD 07.12.12 18:53

Dubstep Beethoven :)

----- Erica 07.12.12 18:53

Morning. (La vie en rose - Louis Armstrong) plays as the sun comes invited by my open windows, some water is dropped as a waterfall made of hands over the one rose i have. I just wanted to see water drops staying still, a frozen moment, covering their mesmerising curtains of red beautiful lips. The mood changes as the thoughts race through the guitar sounds and slow motion pictures of her in my mind (Jon Gomm - Topeka). But this is neither the time nor the place to enjoy the beauty and the sound. Thou i will give her a little bit more time to relax (Quantic - Time is the Enemy), then i push her towards (XTC - Making plans for Nigel) the edge of my plans. She has to stay red and alive for much longer than a couple of songs. I have to say goodbye to her, as i walk out of the room (Bloodgroup - My arms) she stretched towards the sun. She wanted to wait for me. She needed the sun.

----- Drazen 07.12.12 18:40

Better Dig Two - The Band Perry.
..Just because.

----- Simon 07.12.12 17:37

“Things” by Paul Westerberg.

----- Bia Thomas 07.12.12 17:30

“Take Five” by Dave Brubeck!

----- Bruce Thomas 07.12.12 17:28

“Through The Grapevine” Marvin Gaye

----- Jonathan 07.12.12 16:59

My plants like to listen to George Harrison songs, especially “Here Comes the Sun.”

----- Chloe H. 07.12.12 16:24

Sassafras Roots - Green Day

----- Justin 07.12.12 16:15

Massive Attack

----- D 07.12.12 16:13

“Let Your Love Grow Tall” by Passion Pit

----- edgar 07.12.12 16:11

They probably won’t want to hear Purple Rain!

----- Valeria 07.12.12 16:05

Wooden Heart by Elvis Parsley :)

----- Marc 07.12.12 15:59

We Plants Are Happy Plants - Apollo

----- Megan 07.12.12 15:44

“The air that I breath” by the hollies !

----- Keno Leon 07.12.12 15:34

Alt-J “Something Good”

----- Paul 07.12.12 15:28

“Born to Be Wild” !

----- Laura Plado 07.12.12 15:28

George Shearing´s interpretation of Summertime - According to the Dorothy Retallack study plants prefer classical music and Jazz.

----- Jörg 07.12.12 15:08

Toto’s “Africa”? I dunno…it sure puts me in a good mood, so maybe the plants would dance along!

----- Jen D 07.12.12 14:59

Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (Summer) I. Allegro Non Molto

----- Jaclyn 07.12.12 14:15

This time of year, I think they like anything from the Charlie Brown Christmas Album.

----- Mike Peck 07.12.12 13:52

“Not a Number” by Apparat

----- LJ 07.12.12 13:40

The Freedom Song by Jason Mraz

----- Iris 07.12.12 13:08

“Here comes the rain again”

----- Uli 07.12.12 13:07

California Sunrise by Dirty Gold! Just a fun sunshiny song to sprout to.

----- Shinead 07.12.12 12:59

Sleep the Clock Around - Belle and Sebastian

----- JUSTIN 07.12.12 12:58

----- Alex Townsend 07.12.12 12:41

perpetuum mobile by Penguin Cafe Orchestra!

----- Wen 07.12.12 12:41

Dog Days Are Over by Florence and the Machine

----- Daniel P 07.12.12 12:39

satie.

----- Janete 07.12.12 12:35

“And Then the Rains Came” by William Elliot Whitmore

----- David 07.12.12 12:17

…anything by Robert Plant…

----- Shannon 07.12.12 12:02

“Here comes the sun” by The Beatles. I cant imagine a more positive and comforting song to grow to!

----- Jeremy 07.12.12 11:50

Plants love piano. They love Kieth Jarret too. I would play “I Loves you, Porgy” from Melody at Night With You, over and over.

----- Rob C. 07.12.12 11:47

“The Gardener” by The Tallest Man on Earth

----- Nathan 07.12.12 11:43

Beethoven “Sonate au clair de Lune” no lyrics only piano, everybody enjoy piano even animals, insects and plants!a contemplation of univers’s beauty with this track.beautifullllllll

----- marie 07.12.12 11:38

Radioheads ‘Everything in Its Right Place’

----- Caiti 07.12.12 11:24

Deacon Blue or anything else by Steely Dan.

----- Sharon 07.12.12 11:20

Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante K 364 (my vote for finest piece of music ever written)

----- Bruce 07.12.12 11:07

umi says by mos def ..”shine your light on the world, shine your light for the world to see..”

----- Daile 07.12.12 11:05

If I were a plant I would be heavily inspired to grow to Emancipator’s “Safe In The Steep Cliffs” while warmly nestled in my soil.
music video: http://youtu.be/5rOq5ilGfUo

----- Aaron Z 07.12.12 11:02

Amadou & MAriam - Sabali

----- Pete 07.12.12 11:01

april.#19 by Kashiwa Daisuke.

Yeah.

----- Rob Wilkey 07.12.12 11:00

Call me maybe…..kidding people.

----- Jessi 07.12.12 10:59

NINA SIMONE-FEELING GOOD

----- pia 07.12.12 10:56

Blues Brothers - Peter Gunn Theme

----- philip 07.12.12 10:54

Ivy League Circus by Gordon Voidwell

----- Lawrence 07.12.12 10:54

Sixes Last by Alias

----- Jericho Diaz 07.12.12 10:51

Walking on Sunshine…it’s a fun song.

----- shauna s. 07.12.12 10:47

SUNNY - the Boney M version please.

----- sheynk 07.12.12 10:45

Anything by ‘The Roots’ ;P

----- Justin 07.12.12 10:44

Dude, if I were a plant, “Spiderman” as sung by the Ramones would make me so wanna grow.

----- cilla 07.12.12 10:36

Curtis Mayfield, Keep on pushin’

----- Kevin 07.12.12 10:33

Snow by Informer

----- Ian 07.12.12 10:27

Anything off Jønsi’s “Go Do” album would definitely make plants do their thing.

----- AJ 07.12.12 10:22

Some pretty shade tolerant plants.

----- lauren 07.12.12 10:16

“Red Robber Ball” by Simon & Garfunkel

----- Kimberly M 07.12.12 10:12

Eple by Royksopp

----- Meredith 07.12.12 10:07

Tell Me Baby - RCHP

----- Randy 07.12.12 10:03

it has to be old friends by Simon & Garfunkel. on loop.

----- David 07.12.12 10:00

“Summertime,” Miles Davis.

----- Katy 07.12.12 09:55

Sigur Rós - Varúð

----- Liisa 07.12.12 09:16

‘I Believe I Can Fly’ - R Kelly

----- Steve 07.12.12 09:12

Dr. Greenthumb - Cypress Hill

----- Ryan 07.12.12 09:05

“take five” by dave brubeck because it’s the best song ever and irradiate joy and coolness plants will love it

----- olivier 07.12.12 09:02

oh my gosh I would love to win either of these!!
I think plants would love Seasoma by Pinscape!
https://soundcloud.com/pinscape/seasoma

----- Michelle Warnke 07.12.12 09:00

Hold On - Alabama Shakes

----- Spencer 07.12.12 08:58

harder, better, faster, stronger - daft punk

----- brian 07.12.12 08:56

Mel Torme’s arrangement of “Cast My Fate To The Wind”

----- Tony 07.12.12 08:41

My plants will surely enjoy listening to Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”

----- Samuel Valdez 07.12.12 08:40

“Every little thing, is going to be alright” … Bob Marley

----- wolfie 07.12.12 08:39

To me these planters all all about resilience and perseverance. From dust, or clay, life springs forth. Woody Guthrie’s “Dust Cain’t Kill Me” comes to mind as I personify the plants sitting in a dry indoor landscape.

----- Mike Scott 07.12.12 08:11

Iag Bari (Fanfare Ciocărlia) The big longing… but so much fun!

----- Blue 07.12.12 07:51

“Lazy Butterfly” by Devendra Banhart

----- Liz B 07.12.12 07:49

i think my plants would be happy to grow with some regina spektor or sufjan stevens or tan vampires!!

----- siena 07.12.12 07:22

Anything by William Orbit would be great, but “Water from a Vine Leaf” would be perfect.

----- Scott B 07.12.12 07:19

Louis Armstrong - “What a Wonderful World”

----- Nick 07.12.12 07:14

Don’t Tread On Me - Metallica

----- Cindy Aiton 07.12.12 07:10

Otis Redding’s Try a Little Tenderness

----- Kate 07.12.12 07:09

Lenny Kravitz - Built This Garden For Us

----- Ssuan 07.12.12 07:08

A Prius for Everyone commercial jingle….go on, admit it, its now stuck in your head :-)!

----- Matt P 07.12.12 07:02

“Family Tree” - TV on the Radio

----- Carl 07.12.12 07:01

Heartbeats by The Knife

----- Anna 07.12.12 06:57

----- Conrad 07.12.12 06:54

Make great Pets by Porno For Pyros!

----- Chuck 07.12.12 06:52

M83 - Wait.
Love the new video for this great song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAwYodrBr2Q

----- Arnon 07.12.12 06:48

Good Day by Nappy Roots

----- Gary 07.12.12 06:39

Roses Grow- Concrete Blonde

----- Nick 07.12.12 06:29

Florence + The Machine - What The Water Gave Me

----- Magnús Freyr Gíslason 07.12.12 06:19

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 …the Pastoral!

----- John 07.12.12 06:17

Starline Theorie’s Twilight

----- rich 07.12.12 06:16

“Razzle Dazzle Rose” by Camera Obscura - and the plants will grow…

----- Tomi Miklas 07.12.12 06:13

It’s Raining Men

----- Dasha 07.12.12 06:11

zola jesus - vessel

----- p. 07.12.12 06:08

“NESSUN DORMA” by PAVAROTTI
plants love italian opera !!

----- rosie 07.12.12 06:04

Anything by the fleet foxes, or some Simon & Garfunkel, that always seemed like plant growing music to me. ^___^

----- Jane 07.12.12 05:34

“Works for Saxophone Quartet” by Philip Glass & Michael Nyman

----- Chris 07.12.12 05:33

Jimi Hendrix’s - “Red House” (Stages Disc 3) Live in San Diego ‘69

----- Patrick 07.12.12 05:28

“Sun Is Shining” - Bob Marley

----- Bradley Osterhaus 07.12.12 05:27

Stevie Wonder - The Secret Life of Plants

----- Adam S 07.12.12 05:20

Our House, by Crosby, Stills and Nash!

----- Stephanie 07.12.12 04:57

Golden Light (Lonsdale Boys Club Remix) - Twin Shadow

----- Matthew 07.12.12 04:39

“Check the Meaning”Richard Ashcroft - It´s the meaning of the world, the grow…

----- Helder Ricardo 07.12.12 04:36

“Greensleeves” I think it has a soothing tempo.

----- Lila 07.12.12 04:34

The Polyphonic Spree - Reach For the Sun!

----- Maggie 07.12.12 04:32

Spoek Mathambo - Mshini Wam

----- Jos 07.12.12 04:05

“Green Gloves” by The National.

----- Anthony 07.12.12 03:28

BT - This Binary Universe or These Hopeful Machines

----- Jim 07.12.12 03:19

Monk & Canatella - I Can Water My Plants [1996]

----- fred Capouillez 07.12.12 02:40

“Boa Sorte” by Vanessa Da Mata and Ben Harper.
The ultimate sun-soaking spring/summer-time song!

----- Victor 07.12.12 02:32

Explosions in the Sky: The Birth and Death of the Day
…or something by Enigma.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bvm1AE1b2n8

----- Mat Moore 07.12.12 02:12

Gimme Shelter by the Stones.

----- James 07.12.12 01:53

★ twinkle twinkle little star ★
If babies are growing during the night after this song,
plants should do it as well ^____^

----- mona (not lisa) 07.12.12 01:41

Lovely Day by Bill Withers - this song makes you feel like you’re growing!!

----- Ruben 07.12.12 01:39

Delius: In a summer garden - Beautiful!

----- EL 07.12.12 01:27

Quietdrive - Starbright

----- Mickey T. 07.12.12 01:22

Stereolab - The Flower Called Nowhere

----- Michael P 07.12.12 01:22

Brian Eno - An Ending (Ascent) - because its out of this world!

----- Andy Mason 07.12.12 01:19

well if i could grow up with this song then plants should be able as well.
this is the one:
pearl jam - alive

----- martins 07.12.12 00:51

Grizzly Bear’s “Knife”

----- Christina 07.12.12 00:39

311 - Amber, Chill and relaxed in the Los Angeles sun.

----- ELI 07.12.12 00:37

here comes the sun!

----- Thu 07.12.12 00:25

It may be apropos of the season, but it’s good all year long: O Tannenbaum - Vince Guaraldi Trio (via A Charlie Brown Christmas OST)

----- MrTalin 07.12.12 00:09

Galaxie 500, “Flowers (John Peel Live Session)”

----- bojan 06.12.12 23:50

Feels So Good - Chuck Mangione

----- David C Lee 06.12.12 23:48

Elixer’s Burden by Random Rab

----- Somil Mehta 06.12.12 23:39

I have been eyeing those Joey Roth speakers for a good long time. They are Silly beautiful.
White Winter Hymnal- Fleet Foxes. http://vimeo.com/1309452

----- Matthew 06.12.12 23:35

“Miss You”, by Trentemoller

----- Simon 06.12.12 23:31

Cheesy, but the first song that popped into my head was “You are my Sunshine” :)

----- drunelin 06.12.12 23:29

Louis Armstrong’s Azalea, a perfect match…

----- Paul 06.12.12 23:24

Casmir Pulaski day by Sufjan Stevens

----- Angela 06.12.12 23:22

tie between “Here comes the sun” by the beatles and “water song” by STS9

----- Carl 06.12.12 23:17

E Ku’u Morning Dew, by Keola Beamer

----- Bonnie 06.12.12 23:16

iscariot walk the moon

----- Winnie 06.12.12 23:16

Nina Simone - Feeling Good

----- fastyle 06.12.12 23:07

civilian by wye oak. that is my favorite at the moment and if im happt then my plants will be happy.

----- yariv goldfarb 06.12.12 23:05

A higher power by Jens Lekman. Everyone (especially plants) needs their fair share of storytelling. Also, you sing along alot to this song and I’ve heard it’s good for plants.

----- Linnea 06.12.12 23:00

Tambourine man

----- marianne 06.12.12 22:59

PUSH THE LITTLE DAISIES AND MAKE THEM COME UP!

----- Dan 06.12.12 22:54

don’t worry, be happy

----- jason 06.12.12 22:54

Bad Moon Rising by CCR

----- B Louie 06.12.12 22:49

A Heart Full of Love from Les Miserables the Musical

----- Noni 06.12.12 22:41

On mythbusters they showed that heavy metal played really loud will make your plants grow like crazy, so I think I’ll go with Metallica.

----- Daniel 06.12.12 22:31

Bob Marley’s Stir It Up

----- Erin 06.12.12 22:23

Too Much Love Will Kill You - Queen

----- Tom 06.12.12 22:21

Untitled #4 (Njósnavélin) by Sigur Ros

----- Blake 06.12.12 22:11

catnip for my kitty cats!

----- somerset 06.12.12 22:10

5th Dimension – Age Of Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In

----- Allison 06.12.12 22:08

Bjork’s Bachelorette “I’m a tree that grows hearts, One for each that you take” pure audio fertilizer if it gets them going like the forest in the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5nNfbTS6N4

----- Romina 06.12.12 22:08

Anything Classical! That or the sound of David Attenborough’s voice!

----- Christy 06.12.12 21:50

I Will Survive - Cake

----- Daniela 06.12.12 21:42

Moya - Godspeed You! Black Emperor

----- Samantha 06.12.12 21:36

Beatles “rocky racoon”

----- J.medina 06.12.12 21:23

Sweet Leaf by Black Sabbath because plants like riffs too.

----- Aidan 06.12.12 21:17

I’d have to go with The Glitch Mob in general, but if we have to get to specifics, I’d do their remix of Monday by Nalepa. Energetic, dynamic, and full of life; if it can’t motivate plants to grow then humanity has no hope.

----- Zach 06.12.12 21:08

I would say “first of may” by the Bee Gees

----- CCH 06.12.12 20:49

Tom Waits, “A Little Rain”

----- Roma 06.12.12 20:48

I think the plants would love to listen to “Here comes the sun” by the Beatles. It will get the photosynthesis started.

----- Craig 06.12.12 20:35

I’m thinking “Here Comes the Sun.” Lennon/McCartney holla!

----- Dana 06.12.12 20:26

Some classical crap, according to the research, like Adagio for Strings, op. 11 - Barber.
Song to avoid: This Tornado Loves You - Neko Case. Unless you want a paranoid schizophrenic plant.

----- Cody 06.12.12 20:24

walking on sunshine - Katrina and the Waves

----- matt 06.12.12 20:15

“Story” by Maroon 5

----- Marco 06.12.12 20:13

5 years time-Noah and the Whale.

----- Andie 06.12.12 20:05

Peaches en Regalia by Frank Zappa.

----- Holly B 06.12.12 20:02

Just like Heaven by The Cure. I love it so why wouldn’t plants?

----- Andy L 06.12.12 19:57

Brightly Wound by Eisley. It just seems very cheery and magical.

----- Lara 06.12.12 19:54

Not so Blue by Quantic. (because plants have soul!)

----- Laura 06.12.12 19:50

“Who Loves the Sun” by Velvet Underground

----- Andrew 06.12.12 19:46

“It’s the Sun” by The Polyphonic Spree :D This guarantees a happy plant.

----- Katie 06.12.12 19:36

“Sun Hands” by Local Natives

----- Matt James 06.12.12 19:33

I would play “It’s not easy being green” as sung by Kermit. They would know I understand them and let’s face it, it’s a great song.

----- Joanie 06.12.12 19:29

Beethoven’s 9th symphony

----- Ruben 06.12.12 19:27

Beethoven’s 9th symphony

----- Ruben 06.12.12 19:26

Rose Garden by Lynn Anderson, used to hear it all the time growing up (guess that dates me age-wise lol)

----- Michele P. 06.12.12 19:20

I’m going to go with “Hey Saturday Sun” by Boards Of Canada.

----- Stacy B. 06.12.12 19:08

I’d get a small ensemble together to play John Cage’s 4’33”

----- Nick 06.12.12 19:00

Stevie Wonder’s “The Secret Life of Plants.” Duh.

----- Greg Weaver 06.12.12 18:34

My plants would grow to love the 90s classic “Steal My Sunshine” by Len.

----- Annie 06.12.12 18:30

“Hang On Little Tomato” by Pink Martini. On the nose, but… it’s true!

----- Ben 06.12.12 18:29

Clare de Lune -Debussy

----- Heng An Wang 06.12.12 18:29

9 Over Reggae - Pat Metheny, Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette. Plants will appreciate the mathematical harmony.

----- Jose 06.12.12 18:27

Well, it depends on the plant, I guess. But, I like to imagine cacti and succulents growing to something slow and country/bluesy; maybe the Townes Van Zandt song “Our Mother The Mountain”

----- Michael 06.12.12 18:25

“Everybody Loves The Sunshine”

----- Anders 06.12.12 18:18

Oscar Peterson - Autumn Leaves

----- Mitch 06.12.12 18:13

Sunshine - Gabrielle Lyrics

----- Juliana 06.12.12 18:13

‘All you need is love, love is all you need’
a little Beatles is what plants and people need

----- mridula 06.12.12 18:11

‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, of course…

----- Peter 06.12.12 17:49

First Day Of My Life by Bright Eyes!

----- Tyson 06.12.12 17:44

bloom - beach house ^O^

----- Ian 06.12.12 17:40

Triangle man by TMBG

----- Rob 06.12.12 17:37

Plants make earth a beautiful place. “Hoppipolla” by Sigur Ros is a beautiful song to grow to.

----- Azmir 06.12.12 17:26

Dave Brubeck Take 5..

----- Patrick Wong 06.12.12 17:24

My plants thrive on LCD Soundsystem’s Dance Yrself Clean.

----- Adam 06.12.12 17:14

I’d say a blues song… maybe Kind Hearted Woman Blues by Robert Johnson.

----- Ryan J 06.12.12 17:11

Necro - I need Drugs
Cypress HIll - Doctor Greenthumb

or I guess.. Breakdown” by The Alan Parsons Project

oNe

----- Phabeon 06.12.12 17:02

I assume plants would love anything by Green Day or Robert Plant.

----- Darrel 06.12.12 16:58

Barcelona - Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé
Classical meets Modern, and seriously, who, or what, wouldn’t want to listen to Freddie any day?

----- Tim Driscoll 06.12.12 16:47

Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”

----- Sarah 06.12.12 16:46

Hysteric by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

----- Calvin 06.12.12 16:45

Jonathan Richman - The Bitter Herb

----- Jason 06.12.12 16:35

‘Always look on the bright side of life’ - Monty Python

----- Oliver 06.12.12 16:27

“Eu quero um samba” - João Gilberto.

----- Rafa Ribeiro 06.12.12 16:12

Something soothing like “Kind of Blue”

----- Nadiya 06.12.12 16:05

“Paw Paw Tree” by Fiery Furnaces

----- Nat G 06.12.12 16:02

I always talk to my plants, but I’ve never thought to play them music… I think I’ll start with Nick Drake’s Bryter Layter.

----- Lauren 06.12.12 15:58

i think plants love classical… swan lake by tchaikovsky!

----- sophie 06.12.12 15:53

“No ha parado de llover” by Maná - Mellow tunes for hanging out with my plants

----- David C. 06.12.12 15:48

Ray Lamontagne — Acre Of Land

----- Christina 06.12.12 15:47

I’ll Follow the Sun by The Beatles :D

----- María 06.12.12 15:42

“Winter Fields” by Bat For Lashes. It might grow you some weird plants though.

----- Quinault 06.12.12 15:40

“To Just Grow Away” - The Tallest Man On Earth

----- James 06.12.12 15:38

My plants would be soaring high to “somewhere over the rainbow” by Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwo’ole :)

----- Kristopher 06.12.12 15:38

No question,”Another Green World” by Brian Eno from the album of the same name.

----- Mark 06.12.12 15:37

“Sleeping Lessons” by the Shins, or at least that’s what my plants love growing to. :D

----- Sydney 06.12.12 15:36

The children’s song “Itsy Bitsy Spider”. So much singing about down came the rain and up came the sun, no plant could resist.

----- Britt Benston 06.12.12 15:27

“all you need is love”, beetles

----- demure 06.12.12 15:27

“Green Onions” by Booker T. & The M.G.S

----- Tom 06.12.12 15:21

My plants have always been fond of “If I Had Words” by Yvonne Keeley and Scott Fitzgerald this song is always motivating for me so why not.

----- Haley 06.12.12 15:17

The Place Lives by Mount Eerie—I here and so will they.

----- Evin 06.12.12 15:12

I think the plants would get a boost from playing “Take Five” by the late Dave Brubeck

----- Matt Z 06.12.12 15:11

“Bitch, don’t kill my vibe” by Kendrick Lamar

----- Andrew 06.12.12 15:10

draw by cdrim!!

----- Jean 06.12.12 15:05

Grow Till Tall by Jonsi

----- Gene 06.12.12 15:01

I’ve been coveting these speakers for a long time.

----- Beth 06.12.12 14:58

“Kissed by a Rose” by Seal

----- Patrick Murray 06.12.12 14:49

I’ll play them “It’s Not Easy Being Green” ;)

----- Natalie 06.12.12 14:48

My plants always seem to die.. so maybe a little “hit me with your best shot” would motivate them to grow and not die

----- Namtran Nguyen 06.12.12 14:44

float on by modest mouse

----- jack 06.12.12 14:42

“Mary Jane” - Rick James. You didn’t mention what kind of plant.

----- Geoff 06.12.12 14:37

The Fifth Dimension - “Aquarius (Let the sunshine in)”. If I were a plant, I’d be jamming to the “LEEEEEETTTTTTTT THE SUNSHINNNNNNEEEEE” part, it sounds so EPIC! Haha

----- Jack C 06.12.12 14:35

Mind Mischief by Tame Impala - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsV31YbRPLU

----- taryn 06.12.12 14:30

“Who loves the sun” - The Velvet Underground

----- P. Lee 06.12.12 14:27

“♥” by Baths!

----- Michael 06.12.12 14:22

“Lotus Flower” by Radiohead

----- Aaron 06.12.12 14:21

RD Face of god

----- Josh 06.12.12 14:20

Great contest, would love to win this! I’ll go with Incense And Peppermints by Strawberry Alarm Clock. ;-)

----- Chris Meisenzahl 06.12.12 14:17

“Sisters” by Steve Vai

----- NYN 06.12.12 14:07

“Unfolding Fans” by Andrew Bird!

----- Ian S. 06.12.12 13:54

To grow up lush, funky, and a little bit wild, I would give them The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Jungle Man” - from the untamed Freaky Styley album.

----- Jeremy 06.12.12 13:52

I think plants would grow very nicely to First Breath After Coma by Explosions in the Sky

----- Sean O'Donnell 06.12.12 13:51

It has to be Hoppípolla by Sigur Ros. It’s a song that reminds me of a stop frame vid of plants bursting into flower.

----- Jane Carvell 06.12.12 13:47

It has to be Hoppípolla by Sigur Ros. It’s a song that reminds me of a stop frame vid of plants bursting into flower.

----- Jane Carvell 06.12.12 13:47

Heroes - David Bowie. Because who doesn’t love Bowie ;3

----- Alex Dreger 06.12.12 13:45

Awesome..
Puscifer - Rapture (Fear Is A Mind Killa Mix)

----- sam 06.12.12 13:45

The Haunted Ocean 1 - Max Richter

----- Kevin Weddell 06.12.12 13:45

I have been salivating over the J.Roth speakers for a while now!
I would definitely play “Grow For Me” from Little Shop of Horrors :)

----- Gil 06.12.12 13:44

Purple Rain by Price…’nuff said

----- Neil K. 06.12.12 13:43

dj shadow’s midnight in a perfect world

----- Michael 06.12.12 13:43

“Silently” by Blonde Redhead

----- Robert W. 06.12.12 13:41

Pagina cinco - Prefuse 73

----- Austin 06.12.12 13:39

Nunovo Tango by DVA

----- Johan Skoog 06.12.12 13:39

Morning Dew by Robert Plant :)

----- John Ellway 06.12.12 13:39

Mumford and Sons…anything from either album…preferably both albums looped

----- Maisan 06.12.12 13:38

With Beethoven!!!!

----- Patricia 06.12.12 13:38

Any classical piano piece - gives a good rythm for the plants to grow to. I personally like Satie, Cage, and Debussy.
Check out this article on the effect of classical music on vineyards http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2007/06/music_and_wine

----- Miyon 06.12.12 13:37

For sure… “somewhere beyond the sea”

----- Patricia 06.12.12 13:36

The Poet and the Peasant Overture by Franz von Suppe

----- Chava 06.12.12 13:36

‘feed the tree’ by belly

----- jp 06.12.12 13:36

I would play Roly Poly by Doris Day to help them grow nice and big!

----- Brittany 06.12.12 13:35

Definitely ‘Mr. Blue Sky’ by Electric Light Orchestra! Brilliant!

----- Tyler 06.12.12 13:34

It being the season. I think plants would love to grow to its beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!

:)

----- Lucas lund 06.12.12 13:29

GOING UP THE COUNTRY, by canned heat, it sure will make them grow to reach the speakers and bounce

----- Jb R 06.12.12 13:28

“What A Wonderful World”- Louis Armstrong

----- hayley 06.12.12 13:27

Local Natives - “Sun Hands” :D

----- brianrhart 06.12.12 13:25

Stayin’ Alive by the BeeGees

----- melissa flicker 06.12.12 13:24

“Getting There” by Flying Lotus

----- Ju 06.12.12 13:21

plants would love anything from Enya! Something like Only time :)

----- Iva 06.12.12 13:21

The Beatles - She’s Leaving Home

----- Andria 06.12.12 13:21

Wow! These are gorgeous beyond words. My plants love Belle & Sebastian — Another Sunny Day.

----- Julie 06.12.12 13:20

I’d play “Slice of Heaven” by Herbs, a New Zealand reggae band.

----- Ed 06.12.12 13:19

Hmm, I’d suggest two cuts from (played in a loop, of course)Miles Davis albums. From his ‘58 Sessions - “On Green Dolphin Street” and from Kind of Blue - “All Blues”. A spiritual kinda sonic vibe generates with these songs. Life affirming for flora ‘n fauna too!

----- Calvin Jenkins 06.12.12 13:19

Eric Clapton’s, Let It Grow. is a great song and pretty relevant. Or if you want modern, (i’m not sure plants do) MS. DYNAMITE Seed Will Grow.
But I’ll bet whatever tune comes out of those beautiful speakers sounds fantastic.
Oh! anything by Robert Plant, LOL.

----- Tom Wykes 06.12.12 13:19

Spanish guitar

----- Diana 06.12.12 13:18

“A taste of Honey” - Herb Alpert

----- kelsey 06.12.12 13:18

Plans will def grow to Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out.”

----- Cole 06.12.12 13:14

My Parsely Aralia and Wheat Grass might enjoy growing to Colour In Your Hands (Scandinavian Edit) by D.L.I.D.

----- Andy Stoltz 06.12.12 13:12

Talking Heads - Nothing but flowers.

----- Matt Peckham 06.12.12 13:12

I’d play Simple Beginnings by Fred V. A beautiful atmospheric tune to encourage the little guy.

http://www.last.fm/music/Fred+V/_/Simple+Beginnings

----- James Nisbet 06.12.12 13:12

“Tesselate” by Alt-J

----- Seth B 06.12.12 13:10

Singing in the Rain!

----- Mikell Johnson 06.12.12 13:08

I would play Queen’s Somebody to Love, and hope that they loved me enough not to die!

----- Jen 06.12.12 13:08

Those speakers would be great for blaring “Singin in the Rain.” I know the plants around my place love to groove to that tune.

----- Chad 06.12.12 13:07

You know, for most of these contest entries, the “right” answer is completely objective. Not this time!

Stevie Wonder - “The Secret Life of Plants”

The title track to a wonderfully weird “documentary” which is almost completely pseudoscientific woo.

----- Brian 06.12.12 13:07

I’d play Dr. Greenthumb by Cypress Hill. You need some bass bumping if you really want your plants to grow. Plus, when they grow up, they’ll be hardy enough to wear a gold chain and pendant.

----- Neil 06.12.12 13:06

I need seed by Thee Oh Sees

----- Charles 06.12.12 13:06

raindrops keep falling on my head… by burt bacharach

----- Chris Martin 06.12.12 13:03

Chopin’s Piano Sonata #2 in B Flat Minor of course.

----- Daniel 06.12.12 12:58

Plants love Baroque music, so The Four Seasons by Vivaldi.

----- Leslie 06.12.12 12:58

my plants grow only on this!
the scorpions - hurricane 2000

----- Rihards 06.12.12 12:57

“Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor)” by John Murphy from the Sunshine Soundtrack

Because, you know, sun and all…and its super epic.

----- Lily 06.12.12 12:56

I would play “I’m from Barcelona - Always Spring” and watch them grow.

----- Markus 06.12.12 12:55

Grow for me- Little Pet Shop of Horrors!

----- Amanda N 06.12.12 12:51

Anything by Sigur Ros! The words may not make sense, but the music is haunting, mesmorizing and just the thing to grow and relax in the sun while listening to!

----- Jenni 06.12.12 12:51

I’ll definitely put them Frank Sinatra’s Fly me to the Moon so they grow as high as possible!

----- Steeven 06.12.12 12:50

Plants in my house seem to enjoy Symphony of Science. http://melodysheep.bandcamp.com/album/symphony-of-science-bundle-v16

----- Brian B 06.12.12 12:47

“Staring at the Sun” by TV On the Radio

----- Brandon 06.12.12 12:41

Sonic Youth’s “Washing Machine” - it’s 17 minutes and they can follow along at their own pace!

----- Ashley 06.12.12 12:39


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