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Posted at 02:58 PM ET, 11/14/2011

Play favorites with...Terry Algire, executive director of the Washington Literacy Council

Algire is fond of musical numbers scripted for Revolutionary War -period dramas. (Photo by Grace Chrstiansen)
This week we spoke with Terry Algire, executive director of the Washington Literacy Council. Algire turns up the volume “mainly when I run or am working late,” and her choices range from rock to triumphant classical. “I left off the opening title to the John Adams HBO series!” she says.

Her playlist follows.

Warren Zevon, “Mutineer

10,000 Maniacas, “These Are Days

Pink, “[Expletive] Perfect

Bruce Springsteen, “Lonesome Day

Scissor Sisters, “Take Your Mama

M. Ward, “Never Had Nobody Like You

The New Pornographers, “Go Places

Pearl Jam, “Just Breathe

Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, “40 Day Dream

Eurythmics, “Would I Lie To You?

By Erin Williams  |  02:58 PM ET, 11/14/2011

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