We’re getting closer and closer to the release of TIED. Continuing on with the playlist ….
Back to the music this week!
And thanks again to everyone who shared and/or participated in the TIED cover reveal last week! I appreciate you guys.
Today we’re rolling back into the mainstream. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted any music, so today is a good day. Here are some of the songs I’m writing to, as well as running to, these days. Thanks for listening.
(Thank you to all the Artists, and producers of these videos—I own nothing.)
Some of the best music I have heard in the last few weeks. Enjoy:
(I own Nothing. Thank you to the YouTube creators and artists)
***April 2012, Disclaimer. I was listening to Gotye months before the above song was being played on every top 40 station in existence. Just saying.
Here are a few tracks I’ll be writing to this week:
**Thanks to YouTube for videos (none of which belong to me)
Here on the blog I am dedicating monday as Music Day. I will post my current playlist or songs that I feel are particularly good this week (or just the songs I’m writing/listening to). Although I love new music and try to stay current, I also love the old stuff and will be posting that as well. Thanks for listening.
PHANTOGRAM: Don’t Move
WASHED OUT: Before
FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE: Only If For A Night
FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE: Shake It Out
At the age of four, I was belting out The Beatles while sitting in the bath tub. With A Little Help From My Friends, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, She’s Leaving Home & A Day In The Life (Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band) were a few of my favorites. At that age I knew and loved almost every Beatles song. I have too many favorites to name them all.
It wasn’t until much later that I realized none of these songs were from my generation. It was then that I wondered how in the world I knew them all.
Recently on vacation, my mom cranked up her ipod, her self-made compilation blaring, and as I unthinkingly sang along like I always do, Golden Slumbers (Abbey Road) by The Beatles rang out. My mom grinned and told me that it was one of my lullaby’s.
And then it hit me. My parents had played all these incredible albums to help me fall asleep as a baby and a young child. I never knew.
What greater gift could I have been given?
I own every single Beatles album now. It’s the music in me.