Don't forget the songs that saved your life

I love to mix my playlist from old albums, new albums, classic artists. You should know how to put them in right order, know what's going to touch your heart, and you should know which song is going to cheer you up. That's very big deal to know how to feel music. You can create a miracle with the playlist even if music genres aren't same. If you similar with the songs;
Jam - Start! --> Beatles - Taxman
You know that the guitar chords are very resembling, Beatles stole from Jam! That's ridiculous. So who's the robber?

I believe that every album brings different or alternative point of view in your life, so it's the best thing to listen whole albums not single songs. It'll also help to distinguish what is original what is not. For instance Radiohead's "Creep" recalls Hollies' The Air That I Breathe entirely. By the way, we should consider that it's very hard to create something very original in these day. Artists and Bands try to produce new styles by blending all the past cultures. Nonetheless, they aren't able to impress listener like in 70s, 90s. Especially many listeners still believe in 80s, which had brought many successful music story. I don't know what the new year brings, but, here is some skilled discovery from my playlist.

Public Image Ltd - "God" recalls Talking Heads' - "Phyco Killer"
The Manics - "Roses in the hospital" is all same with David Bowie - "Sound and Vision"
R.E.M. - "One i love" borrowing as much from Neil Young - "Hey Hey My My"

We'll continue to listen good ones, to share with each other, to support music. Be careful! i said
'We'. If you love something deep in your heart, that love never ends, it only bleeds at times. And If you ask me, listening music is art.

And finally, My Bloody Valentine are set to make another album, according to leader Kevin Shields. The band's last LP was 1991's 'Loveless', while Shields' also contributed new tracks to the Sofia Coppola-directed 'Lost In Translation' soundtrack in 2004. Kevin's responses to Magnet Magazine really promising, i couldn't believe this at first time. Read whole story at NME
That's why we want Kevin Shields back!
Kevin Shields - City Girls


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