Inside the Music psyche of Legends

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! A Broadening of 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.imp4 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.
In this edition we have some power, some rebellion, Some youth Culture, off to opera and some real life blues. So enjoy!

This week’s selection are as follows, Just click on selections to listen:-
Alice Cooper (Singer)) I get around by The Beach Boys It just spoke to me. So original at the time and so youth relevant today. Even now when I hear it, it has to be turned up loud.
Sir Bradley Wiggins (Olympic, Tour de France Champion) Sex, Drugs and Rock n’Roll by Ian Dury and the Blockheads A rebellious band, A rebellious song. Gave me inspiration to go out and achieve my goals, as a rebel and outcast.
Ricky Gervais (Actor, Writer, Director) Anarchy in the UK by Sex Pistols Run home from school everyday to listen to it. Just such a powerful standout song even today.
Roger Waters (Co-Founder of Pink FLoyd) E Lucevan le stele (Tosca) by Luciano Pavorotti A personal gift from Opera legend Bryn Terfel. On first Listen, just blew me away.
Sir Tom Jones (Singer) Black, Brown and White by Big Bill Broonzy First Blues Singer he ever heard. A song about racial discrimination he was himself enduring.
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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