I heard the soundtrack for this before I saw the movie and Colin was right - Jimmy had a direct hand in picking the music!
The first house we lived in was on Baker Street in Mohegan Lake, NY. A very seedy little converted summer cottage on a street with more of the same. We didn't have much, but we had some bitchin' big speakers and rocked them day and night.
Every payday, Jim would go to the record store and bring home four or five unlikely items from the dollar bin. I clearly remember him flicking the shrink wrap off of "Blue Swede" and putting it on the turn table.
When the "Ooga-chaka-ooga-chaka" came booming out of the speakers we cranked it up high and bounced around the living room until the record skipped and the neighbor across the street started screaming that she was going to call the police. As there was no contraband nor rebels in the crawlspace that week, we opened the windows and played it again only louder.
He also bought an album called "The Big Whakoo" including "Love is the Sweetest Amnesty", an acapella ballad so beautiful I wanted it for a wedding song, but we didn't have that kind of wedding. That same day also brought us Ian Matthew's "Tigers Will Survive". These last two were favorites for both of us all these years. It was a very good Friday in the dollar bin and we only got a friendly warning.
And now the "Awesome Mix" from the Guardians of the Galaxy is just making my heart smile, all of that music taking me back in time.