Inside the Music Psyche 3

In the third week of “Inside the Music psyche”. This is always a selection of celebrities favourite songs and where applicable there reasons behind them. If you fancy joining the party click here!
There will be a huge diverse reasoning behind the choices some inspirational, some moving, some sad, some happy. They may purely link a moment in time with a specific tune. Then again they maybe just a favourite tune. Don’t forget you don’t have to be a celebrity to share your moments, your life story by music with the world you can do it right here, right now!IMG_8727 Broaden your musical horizons if you like.
There are so many diverse cultures, influences and pure musical joy throughout the world. Music should not be insular. It is a creative emotional process. Created by the people I refer to as the mad geniuses of musical science. That encompasses Writers, composers, musicians, poets and conductors.
Every emotion in every song or piece of music, creates and ambience, an emotion within your psyche. By unveiling musical choices, you are revealing a piece of you. You can impart this to everybody through music. If we get inside the music psyche of as many people as possible world will be a better place if we can share our emotions through music. Start Here.
This week’s selection are as follows, Just click on selections to listen:-
Malcolm Gladwell (Author) Levi Stubbs’Tears’ by Billy Bragg People that bring us to tears are geniuses. This track by Billy Bragg, brings me to tears in two lines.
Dustin Hoffman (Actor) Cement Mixer by Slim Gaillard The first ever song I remember, that made me laugh!
Noah Stewart (Opera Singer): The Thrill has gone by B.B King This song evokes memories of travelling to my uncles house in New Orleans, where Jazz and blues were always played. Just brings back memories of my childhood.
Jerry Springer Here comes the Sun the The Beatles Has particular relevance to me because its the song I got married to, and subsequently my daughter got married to. Just epitomizes the joy they bring to my life.
Emma Thompson (Actress) Hold on by Tom Waits This song reminds her of the sheer joy of pregnancy and the sheer release and beauty of childbirth.
Well I hope you expand your musical mind and give these your perusal. Want to be on these lists? Fame or notoriety is not a prerequisite. Let me know your choices here.Let the world get inside your music psyche.

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