Ms. Bell’s Top 10 Playlist

Most of us know Ms. Bell as the face of the college counseling office, but we don’t often get to see the other sides of her. The Sentinel was curious as to what this respected member of the St. Luke’s community has on her iPod, so we asked Ms. Bell for her all-time favorite songs. She responded with 10 irresistibly fun tracks, ranging from the golden era of funk to early hip-hop. Each song on Ms. Bell’s list is ridiculously catchy and mood-boosting; perhaps this is how she handles the stress of the college process so well.

Ms. Bell’s Top 10 Playlist:

  • “U Turn” – Joe Sample and Take 6
  • “Stepping Out” – Joe Jackson
  • “Blame it on the Boogie” – The Jackson Five
  • “Song in my Heart” – Earth, Wind & Fire
  • “That Girl” – Stevie Wonder
  • “Saturday in the Park” – Chicago
  • “Roof Garden” – Al Jarreau
  • “Smiles and Smiles to Go” – Larry Carlton
  • “Jumpin Jumpin” – Destiny’s Child
  • “Poison” – Bell Biv DeVoe

To listen to Mrs. Bell’s choices, click here.

Charlie Schlinkert, Music Editor

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