or ZZ Top anyway. It's funny how Aggie and Peter seem to be more social, or awake at least, when I have the music on. Normally, they don't seem to care what's playing. But this afternoon, when I pressed play on the CD remote, Aggie came alive. Rock and roll is apparently her thing. Let me explain: today I actually bought a CD for the first time in years. I was at WalMart looking for a USB cable and when I drove past the music & video department to get to the computer accessories, I took a shortcut down the music aisle. And there it was: ZZ Top's Greatest Hits - all eighteen of them - for the low, low price of nine bucks. Fifty cents a song - cheaper than downloading them all from iTunes. And let's face it, all eighteen are bona fide, lots of airplay hits. Now, Aggie knows Sharp Dressed Man because it's in heavy rotation on the iPod - but she really seemed to like Gimme All Your Lovin' and Cheap Sunglasses.
Who'd have thunk it?