Extraordinary Days Require Exceptional Invitations

Music & Song Lists

  • Put a dance music list in writing. Check if the DJ has all the songs you want.
  • Maybe even more important, if there are songs that you really dislike (who doesn’t?), give the DJ a list of songs that you don’t want to hear.
  • If you would like to listen to songs and refresh you musical memory, there are online music shops that allow you to preview and buy songs. The leading service are iTunes Music Store and AmazonMP3.com Downloads, and both are highly recomended. They are totally legal and you will not have to worry about your computer getting viruses. You will be able to download there almost any song that you can think of. Let us give you a few details about their deals, so you can choose the one that fits your needs better:
    • iTunes Music Store – They have an unimagniable collection of music. Listening to song previews is free. To buy any song, you pay 99 cents and it’s yours. This so much fun, that it gets addicting! You first have to download iTunes jukebox software. Then you go to the iTunes music store and that is where the fun begins. The Doc feels cool when she says: “iTunes rocks!”.
    • AmazonMP3 Downloads – This is an online music store owned and operated by Amazon.com. Bestselling albums start at $7.99 and bestselling songs start at $0.69.
  • We prepared bat/bar mitzvah song lists for you to choose from. Don’t forget to choose songs also for the special events of the evening: the grand entrance, candle lighting, special dances and photo montage.
  • The Doc, a well known Grease fan and a dance floor star, made a list of her top 3 dance floor songs:

The Doc’s Top 3 Dance Floor Songs
Song Listen on Amazon MP3 Listen on iTunes Album on Amazon
1. We Go Together

Frankie Valli

We Go Together - Grease (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
2. It’s Raining Men

The Weather Girls

It's Raining Men - Get the Feeling
3. Flashdance…What A     Feeling

Irene Cara

Flashdance...What a Feeling - Irene Cara
  • For an extensive collection of B-Mitzvah songs, check Bar-Mitzvah-Songs.com.
  • The Doc feels it is better not to be too strict with the DJ on the play-list. His profession is to see the response of the guests, feel which songs make them happier and play more of the same kind. Give him direction with a list of songs and let him do the rest.
  • Special songs requests – are you ready to allow people special request? Usually DJs know how to deal with it. Talk about the issue with your DJ.