Sep 11

Phoenix – Lisztomania

This song sparked the interest into much of the music I listen to today. I heard it on the radio, made a station on pandora and quickly found out a ton of other bands that I love. Lisztomania will always hold a special place in my heart.

The Strokes – Someday

The Strokes are my favorite band and Someday is one of my favorite songs of theirs. It makes me feel nostalgic about life and really want to enjoy the time I spend with my friends.

Frank Sinatra – New York, New York

This song is by one of the best performers in my mind, Frank Sinatra. Not only did he have a great music career, but he was also rumored to be in the mafia. This song speaks to me because it’s how I feel about being in the city.

Bryan Ferry – The ‘In’ Crowd

This song is a fairly new discover. I heard it on the DSW commercials, but it describes me so well, because I love shoes and I’m “in” with the “in” crowd. LOL. That lol is there because, that, is a joke.

Sam Cooke – A Change Is Gonna Come

This song brings tears to my eyes every time I hear it. It brings hope to any situation that may be without any. Sam Cooke’s voice is so powerful, as are the lyrics.

Marvin Gaye – Mercy, Mercy Me

This song also speaks to me because it brings to light the ecological issues that are present today. I believe in taking care of our planet to better our lives and the future.

The Beatles – Revolution

I grew up on The Beatles, so I love anything they do. This song speaks to me because everyone is always complaining about the way things are today, including me. They want to start a revolution but it has to be done a certain way for things to actually change.

John Mayer – Daughters

This song speaks to me because it places an importance on the relationship between fathers and daughters. I love my dad so much and don’t know what I would do without him.

Julian Casablancas – 11th Dimension

This song is the single from Julian Casablancas’ solo album. The whole album is immensly inspirational to me, but this song stands out to me because it has such a good message, “forgive them even if they are not sorry”.

Albert Hammond Jr. – Cartoon Music For Superheroes

This song helps me fall asleep. Albert Hammond Jr. says he wrote this lullaby as the first song for his album. I also love this entire album as well.

1 comment so far

  1. 1 iz113680
    11:16 am - 9-17-2012

    daughters<3 relates to me too! i think i will put it in my own playlist…