I love music full-stop. Every now and then a song will play and I will think that the words are special and touched me. Even music itself, can touch my heart. I listen to music a lot and have my favorites depending on my mood. Everyone has a song or songs that they can relate...
Lately, I have found myself rifling through my music collection. I'm pulling out CD's that I've forgotton about but still love. I guess sometimes, I get so caught up in daily life that I neglect to think about what really moves me. Music has always been a significant influence in...
........as it starts diffuse in the air,
penetrates the skin when pass through the ears,
leaving a feeling so clear,
travel the mind ,
the veil falls dear,
burning the flesh,
marks as we hear.
I'm all over the map when it comes to music. One might say that my tastes are ecclictic. Mood and season play big roles as to what I get excited about. Today, I came across this and it has swept me away in a lovely autumn afternoon groove:
before i like listening to pop, rock, alternative, club music, rnb and etc. although i still listen to this genres,but now i'm kind of not satisfied anymorebut there this rap metal genre that i began to love at first i thought it was loud and stupid to listen to.. but when i...
Like these beautiful chinese bamboo flute music pieces. So beautiful.
and some very beautiful piano and violin..
swaying in the wind
You sang me Spanish lullabies
The sweetest sadness in your eyes
I never want to see you unhappy
I thought you'd want the same for me
Goodbye, my almost lover
Goodbye, my hopeless dream
I'm trying not to think about you
Can't you just...
music that moves people seems to roughly translate as soppy and miserable music. I adore Elvis (fifties stuff), Bob Dylan, billy Joel, James blunt, plan b, Michael jackson and if you reckon some of this is miserable then so be it 'cause I think it's the liveliest music around.
This morning in particular ...
I feel it is important to point out I don't cry very easily.
Got in my car this morning on way to work and was flicking through my music to see what to play - came across a classical music playlist I had forgotten about (don't...
One are the Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals, and the other was watching The Who's Quadrophenia arranged classically and performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Both of these things moved this old rocker to elation and tears of happiness and sadness.