Let’s talk about music.
The English language is interesting in the fact that I can say both “I did band in high school” and “In high school, I did band”, and yet find that the second statement is far more accurate. Not that band was the totality of my existence, I had school work and such courtesy of the IB program, but when I wasn’t doing school stuff, I was probably doing something music related. Usually involving one of the three bands I was in. Of course, I’ve also been playing piano outside of band since I was in Kindergarten, plus there was my involvement in my church’s music program. So music is a big part of my life.
I’m not sure where the idea of a desert island playlist comes from (there’s a British radio show that does something like it, but I’m not sure that’s where it started), but the basic concept is that you pick a few albums that you would take with you to a desert island if you had to live there for the rest of your life. Some go by songs, especially after the decline of the album in the past decade, but I’m a traditionalist so albums it is. These are ten albums that I would be able to listen to for the rest of my life.
10 Songs for Your Halloween Playlist
valeriemclean1919 Blue Oyster Cult, Bobby Pickett, David Bowie, Fall Out Boy, Gene Wilder, Halloween, JS Bach, Metallica, Music, The Phantom of the Opera, Thomas Dolby About Music 0 Comments
We’re coming close to Halloween, meaning we’re getting close to Halloween parties. My favorite part of any party is almost always the soundtrack– but Halloween doesn’t have quite the same selection as Christmas. Whether it’s a for a few friends or a whole house full of people, here’s some tracks for your playlist that will help everyone get into the spirit.