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Conor Farley's Favorites of 2009

Posted January 6, 2010 by in Publishing

In order to celebrate the launch of a brand new year we have asked our staff to reflect on 2009 a little prior to tackling 2010. So we asked them to answer a few simple questions:

5 Favorite Songs of 2009
4 Favorite Albums of 2009
3 Favorite Movies of 2009
2 Favorite TV Shows of 2009
1 Favorite Moment of 2009
__________

NAME: Conor Farley
TITLE:
Head of Publishing

SONGS

  1. “Tip of the Iceberg” – Owl City
  2. “1901″ – Phoenix
  3. “Notion” – Kings of Leon
  4. “Let Us Love” – needtobreathe
  5. “The Golden Boy and the Prodigal” – Jason Gray

ALBUMS

  1. Muse – The Resistance
  2. To Be loved – Thad Cockrell
  3. Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix- Phoenix
  4. Fearless (Platinum Edition) – Taylor Swift

MOVIES
I am doing two movies, because I only saw three this year :)

  1. Up
  2. Sherlock Holmes

TV SHOWS

I am going to put three here, I had a bit more time at home.

  1. Glee
  2. 30 Rock
  3. Three Sheets

MOMENT
US Qualifying for the World Cup

About The Author: Conor Farley

Conor Farley did not go to Belmont University, but works in the music business anyway. Go figure. After stints in promotion and marketing at Provident, he settled into an A&R there and later at Word, where he signed Leeland, Brandon Heath, and Meredith Andrews and worked on records by Third Day, Michael W. Smith, and Point Of Grace. He came to Centricity to head up its publishing operation, serving the company's artists by pitching songs and facilitating song writing. Conor's hobbies include mowing, surfing, applying the management lessons of The Office U.K.'s David Brent, and performing with the "Caren Seidle Seven," though he did not specify whether as a singer or a dancer. He is fond also of Nick Hornby books, a sign of his good taste and intelligence.

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