I've got a 30GB iPod 3rd gen (and a 2nd gen that I hardly ever use) and, like many people these days, I've sort of stopped listening to 'albums' (too many to choose from and too difficult to choose - not like I can browse throught them on the shelf like I could with my albums!) and have it on shuffle most of the time. So sometimes I get a fantastic sequence that puts me in a really good mood.
Here are some of the great shuffles I've experienced:
iPod shuffle 09-11-2012
The Egypt Room - Richard Thompson; It's Only A Movie - Family; In The Western World - Spirogyra; Christmas - The Who; IAOM Riff - Gong; Monkberry Moon Delight - Paul McCartney; She Never Said - The Church; Matthew - John Denver; Let The Sunshine In - Hair (original London cast); Rigs O' Rye - Robin Dransfield; Wouldn't You Believe It - Arlo Guthrie; July, You're A Woman - John Stewart; Wooden Ships - Crosby, Stills & Nash; Trash, Trampoline And The Party Girl - U2; An Everyday Consumption Song - Spirogyra; Overground - Siouxsie And The Banshees; For A Moment We're Strangers - The Church.