What happens when one of my Favorite Women in Music covers another of my Favorite Women in Music? “Gold Dust Woman”, originally by Fleetwood Mac (lead sung by Stevie Nicks) covered by Hole (lead sung by Courtney Love) is an example of when this kind of Cover Song magic happens. Though the original will forever…
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Check out Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring this Week’s Theme – The Name Game!
Let’s head back to the 90’s for this week’s Female Friday and spin a 30-Song Playlist of Women in Music. The 90’s were an interesting decade for Women in Music, with the Riot Grrrls, Lilith Fair, Grunge, Hip Hop and Alternative Rock, and More.
Monday’s Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day is back again, gifting us an arsenal of 5 Songs to face the day and take on another new week with, 5 bullets in your Musical gun to Ready – Aim – Play (Loudly).
This Week’s Monday Playlist was inspired by the Sixties Photo of Twiggy (pictured below), as well as by the every-changing, genre and decade spanning Songs that we Listen to and Love.
Wednesday’s Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day feature some of the Best Songs to Sing-A-Long to, Songs that should be Played Loudly, and more than one time through.
This Week’s Monday Playlist was Curated with images of Cityscapes, light pollution, middle of the night Insomnia, and the wishes we make on unseen stars. It is also inspired by the picture below, taken from the Film Lost In Translation.
Monday’s Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day is back again bringing with it 5 of the Best Songs to start your week off with.
My Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day :: 3/6/17
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Monday morning came before the sun. A beautiful day, wide smiles and music playing is my “status” today. To-Do lists persist, but there is so much to be grateful for that I hardly mind, and there is music…always music…swirling and swaying through my office.
Today’s My Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day starts The Flaming Lips dreamy-poppy ode to mortality, and love. Then a Nick Drake track that sang through my car during my to-work commute. Next up is “Another Sunny Day”, which it is, the sun bright in the sky. Sam Cooke croons and then Nouvelle Vague paints their version of an Echo & The Bunnymen song in that way that they do so well.
You can click to listen to each video below, or choose the Spotify link to listen to the My Top 5 Song Obsessions of the Day :: Top Five playlist. I will add each five songs shared to the playlist each day.
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