“Something From Nothing” is probably my new favourite Foo Fighter Song (Well favourite at the moment). Its from the album Sonic Highways and it is all about the music scene in Chicago. As always David Grohl’s lyrics are fantastic and deep and I just love them,…
Check out my new playlist The Foo Fighters on Spotify here!
This is a playlist of a few of my personal favourite Foo Fighter songs. I decided it’d be better to recommend them in bulk rather than one at a time!
Today’s Taylor Swift Song of the Day is You Belong With Me
This is one of my favourite Taylor Swift Music videos. FUN FACT: Taylor Swift plays both the protagonist and antagonist
Give it a listen here!
Love is probably the ultimate song topic. It is perfect for any music genre! Here’s a list of a few of my favourite love songs:
1) Can’t help falling in love by Elvis and Haley Reinhart
I love both versions, I couldn’t choose between them! I love the lyrics they’re just so sweet and loving. This song is absolutely the perfect slow dance song.
2) Wish you were here by Pink Floyd
I love this song because of the guitars and other instruments. They’re soft and easy to fall into.
3) Cigarette Daydreams by Cage the Elephant
This one isn’t exactly a love song, but it has aspects of love and relationships in it. This song is more about finding yourself after losing someone you love rather than the relationship itself. I love it.
4) Fireproof by One Direction
I love the music, it’s one of those feel good songs you just kinda smile when you listen to it.
5) Waste the Night by Five Seconds of Summer
Again, I love the music and it’s another feel good songs. But I also love the lyrics to this one because it’s about spending the night with someone you love or have feelings for and not letting them leave too soon.
6) Everlong by the Foo Fighters
I love the music, I love the lyrics, I love this song.
7) A Thousand Years by Christina Perri
I think this is the cutest song! Its another perfect slow dance song!
8) Half of My Heart by John Mayer
I love this song because of what it’s about. It’s about someone who had never truly loved anyone before but then this one person came along and they just fell in love. How cute!
9) Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen
It’s a fun song to dance too and I love the lyrics.
10) You Are In love by Taylor Swift
I love this song because I think it’s a great representation of what it’s like for a girl to fall in love. It spells it out plain and simple.
Today’s Taylor Swift Tuesday Song of the Day is “Teardrops on my Guitar.”
FUN FACT! This is the very first Taylor Swift song I listened too. It was on Disney Jams 11 and Id play it on my CD player over and over and over again.
Listen to it Here!
Today’s Taylor Swift Tuesday Song of the Day is “I Know Places.”
According to Billboard, this song is about Swift falling in love with someone and then getting out of the public eye. She also worked with One Republic’s Ryan Tedder to write this song.
Listen to it Here!
Today’s Taylor Swift Tuesday Song of the Day is “Starlight”
This song is featured on what is considered her last country album Red and was inspired by a picture of Ethel and Bobby Kennedy.
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Today’s Taylor Swift Tuesday Song of the Day is Dear John!
This song was written about Taylor’s ex boyfriend John Mayer and is the longest track on the album Speak Now.
Listen to it Here!
Ive been on a music binge lately.
I just got a record player and some new records (such as a brand new, never before opened Foo Fighters vinyl for twelve flipping dollars! twelve dollars! It was there newest album too!! And I got it for twelve freaking dollars! Let it be known if you want good vinyls for cheap check out Half Price Books, they have great deals)
I got a guitar that Im going to learn to play
and there has just been a ton of new songs that Ive been listening too, I have never been so excited about music.
I couldn’t pick a song to write about this week because Ive been listening to just so many good ones, so heres a quick list of some of the newest songs Ive been listening too.
1) Cigarette Daydreams by Cage the Elephant
I really love the soft instruments and Matthew Shultz’s soothing voice. This song feels like one of those songs that you slow dance to in your kitchen at midnight (really specific, but I needed to get the idea across). I especially like the acoustic guitar, it feels separate from the vocals and the other instrumentals; I think that is what makes the song so emotional and slow is the separated acoustic guitar because it draws your attention to its self and you just kind of feel the music.
2) Can’t Help Falling in Love By Haley Reinhart
Okay first things first, if you’re going to listen to this version, you better listen to the original by Elvis. So, click that link before you are even done reading this paragraph.
Okay here’s why I decided to recommend this one over the original, which I love by the way Elvis Presley is always good; but I think Reinhart conveys just a teensy bit more emotion in her version. The piano as the sole instrument invokes emotion in the listener and it causes you to focus on her vocals. I love the instrumentals in Elvis’ version, but I also think they are a bit distracting. Reinhart’s voice I think lingers just a little bit longer which I think adds to emotionalness of the song.
Nothing wrong with Elvis’ version, I love it just as much, but I just think Reinhart’s version really gets across that lovey-dovey feeling of the song a teensy bit better.
3) Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley
There’s more than a few versions of this song, but I really like Jeff Buckley’s version. I think, just as Reinhart does, Buckley focuses more on putting the emotion into his singing and I like that a lot. I think that the sadness in the lyrics really comes out with Buckley’s voice. The singular guitar also doesn’t distract from the vocals, if anything they do a fantastic job emphasizing them.
4) The Scientist by Coldplay
Lots of lovey dovey songs this week. Again, Coldplay does the singular instrument when they want to really emphasize Chris Martin’s voice. However, as the song progresses more instruments and vocals join Martin and the piano, which I think makes it feel like the song is leading up to this grand ending, but there isn’t one. Which is think is beautifully symbolic because the song is about an ending relationship; one of those earth shattering, heart wrenching, you feel like you wont ever love anyone else like that ever again relationships that everyone has or will have in their lifetime. There isn’t this grand resolution that the listener is searching for, the two people don’t ever rectify things, just like the song, their relationship just ends, and you’re left with all of these inexplicable emotions. That’s probably the number one reason I love this song; the amount of symbolism seems almost uncanny.
5) You Know We Can’t Go Back by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
This love song has more of a faster pace to it; don’t worry no more slow heart break romance songs that you all secretly love. Don’t lie to yourselves.
This song is more about two lovers leaving their small town for some reason that is a mystery to me. Whatever the reason is they cant go back, but its okay they have each other–reminds me of Mal and Dom’s little train saying from Inception– I freaking love the beat to this song. Its steady, upbeat, well played, just great, I love it. Noel Gallagher’s voice? Well he definitely should have gotten some more time as a lead vocalist on Oasis, but then again, Oasis might have had a much shorter life if Liam had to share his centre stage with Big Brother Noel. But seriously, Noel’s voice gives me chills, especially on this song. His voice mashes perfectly with the instrumentals and it just sounds good. I cant explain it you, you just have to listen to it yourself.
I love this song. The beat is fantastic and Brendon Urie has a pretty freaking amazing voice! This song is featured on Panic! at the Disco’s newest album: Death of a Bachelor. Its got a very upbeat and electronic sound that is typical of…