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When I'm in reporter mode, I can fire off question after question, and for the person on the receiving end that can be exhausting. I like the lighten up things sometimes.
That's important, because then other people want to talk to you and get to know you and what you do for fun and professionally. I'm always a little sad when my theme song question is met with silence or a blank stare. Sometimes people say they like a lot of songs.
The more, the better. What gets you pumped up? What soothes your soul? Who doesn't want to take their passion and make it happen?
Fourteen years ago, when I was freaking out the day before my wedding, my husband, Jeff, put on "Eye of the Tiger" and told me to get my head in the game.
Now when I hear that song it reminds me to laugh.
I'm thinking of Dolly Parton's "9 to 5," which inspired this column's name. Mindfulness expert Karen Holst articulates why that song spoke to me on hard work days. When Seeger woke up the next morning, he found "Tom Joad" written in the typewriter and Woody Guthrie passed out on the floor.
Fans of this song should make sure they listen to the rest of Guthrie's Dust Bowl Ballads album. That recurring line also seems to have stayed in Bloc Party's mind long enough for them to dedicate a song to the novel, the opening track to their album A Weekend in the City the cover of which is an overhead of busy, soulless motorway bisecting a city at night.
The song reached number 16 in the UK singles chart, taking its inspiration from Susan Cooper's eponymous Gothic fantasy, a childhood favourite of the song's creator Jonathan Donahue. Talking to the New Zealand Herald, Donahue said, ""What I was trying to express was a love of everyone's personal mythology.
It doesn't have to involve elves, dwarfs and gnomes, it can involve your own imaginary world. This song, from the album Odessey and Oracle, is a retelling of the William Faulkner short story, first published in April John B.
McLemore, the podcast's focus, gave a copy of the story to the show's producer during the first days of their initial meeting after recognising parallels between his life and that of Emily. The bouncy melody stands starkly at odds with the sobering story of a young woman whom everyone wants to be, secretly suffocating in her own misery and loneliness. Initial reviews were mixed, even calling it a "disgusting absurdity".
However the novel has never been out of print and lauded by some as the start of science fiction. Perry has said that the song was inspired by the book and her wish to be shot across the sky as a firework when she dies. My boyfriend showed me a paragraph out of Jack Kerouac's book On the Road, about people that are buzzing and fizzing and full of life and never say a commonplace thing.
They shoot across the sky like a firework and make people go, 'Ahhh. Sound like a certain young lady from Kansas? When Stevie Nicks bought Triad by Mary Leader she thought the name Rhiannon was pretty enough to have a song in its honour. She did so in Malibu in a few months before joining Fleetwood Mac. John Lennon discovered the book during a trip to a book shop to download some works of Nietzsche. Instead of settling down to some nihilist philosophy, Lennon found himself on the shop's couch with The Psychedelic Experience, copying out the line, "Whenever in doubt, turn off your mind, relax, float downstream.
That album concerns itself with attitudes and towards the benefits and perils of modern technology.
Band member Trevor Horn says this stand out track from the album is inspired by J. The boy comes upon an opera singer living destitute now her professions is no longer needed. Ultrasonic music killed the opera star, as it were. The song is sung from the point of view of Cathy Earnshaw, and uses several quotations from the book, using Cathy's famous quote "Let me in your window - I'm so cold!
It came to popular attention again in the late s when obscure music guru Quentin Tarantino used it as the title track for his Blaxploitation homage Jackie Brown. Barrie "Same Drugs", from Chance the Rapper's multi-Grammy Award nominated album Coloring Book, weaves the story of Peter Pan into a track that discusses the experience of growing apart from childhood friends. In the song, which Chance describes as being the hardest track on the album to write, drugs are used as a metaphor for the changes he's experienced throughout his life, with the song referencing the book very literally with the lyrics "When did you change?
In the album's liner notes, Kweli talks about a paragraph from the book that "struck me as one of the truest critiques of our society, and I read that in high school when I was 15 years old. I think it is especially true in the world of hip hop, because we get blinded by these illusions. Hinton S. Hinton wrote some amazing books about gang culture, violence and teen alienation in mid-century America.