Saturday, November 11, 2006

Statistics For the Month

A few photos of last night's wonderful retrospective. Everyone, I can say with assurance, had a great time and wants the festival to continue. They'll have to do something about that is what we say. It was fun seeing everyone searching out photos of themselves in the displays of women's fest memorabilia and in the magazine Common Ground and seeing the changes in all of us through the twenty-four years this event covered. A great, successful event. Whew!!!!

Music stats today cause it's the 11th of the month.
  • These four songs would have disappeared without my click. Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters. Hold On by Neko Case. Johnny Cash's version of Four Strong Winds and Yes We Can Can by the Pointer Sisters.
  • Getting 20 hits: Katie Melua's great version of Blues in the Night, Bob Dylan's, Buckets of Rain, and Dos Gardenias by Marie Rita Mariano.
  • With 22 hits: Sunshine on a Rainy Day by Zoe, Kate Rusby's version of Our Town, that great song, Joy, by Bettye LaVette.
  • Leonard's own version of Dance Me To the End of Love got 24 hits this month.
  • For several months in a row, Quisas, Quisas, Quisas, did well. It got 30 plays this month.
  • Back Home to Me by Sophie Milman got 32 hits.
  • The hilarious Pussy Cat Song got 34 plays.
  • The Kris Kristopherson/Steve Earl version of Sunday Morning Coming Down got played 38 times this month. Hope those weren't just on Sunday mornings.
  • This is totally bizarre for the second month in a row. Don't Lie by the Black Eyed Peas got 410 hits this month. It has now been played from my page 694 times. I'd guess someone has it bookmarked. It was played 234 times last month.
No music or links today. The clicking/statistics took long enough.


Anonymous said...

I wonder if it's something else... I know I had uploaded a song once and it showed that it was actually uploaded by someone else... So my putfile linked to their original one... I'm assuming that any time it was played on my putfile page, it somehow got credited to theirs as well...
Maybe someone else has uploaded Don't Lie to putfile and instead it got linked to yours, and they're getting a lot of hits on their putfile page, which could be being credited to your plays as well...

Just a theory based on seeing one song I uploaded with another putfile user's name as the original uploader.

Cuidado said...

Yes, the way Putfile works, the song is shared by the first uploader. I was the first uploader of Don't Lie. I'd say someone has it bookmarked and plays it a lot. Right now it's number is 498 (I just doublechecked to see that I was the original uploader) so it's been played 4 times since Saturday. It is a great song!

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