Posts tagged with music
26 September 2014 - Music, Unleashed
Get a gin-and-tonic or three in me, left alone with my music and my thoughts, and I’ll cycle between the aggressive, adrenaline-pumping animality of Chevelle and the tear-jerking melancholy of slow-moving acoustic ballads like “45.” Then — to the horror of my feline overlords — I’ll sing along to “Islands in the Stream” or “Fast Movin’ Train.”
3 March 2013 - Behold the Awesome Power of Medieval Ukrainian Chant
Most of our popular music is either monophony or homophony; polyphony is just too complex to process without aural training.
10 October 2011 - Jason’s Current Playlist …
I’ve been paying attention to the songs I’ve been listening to, over and over and over. The same 17 keep getting repeat listens. The list tends to change frequently.
14 February 2010 - Jason’s Playlist
This morning I was exposed to the delicious treat of listening to a pair of GVSU students talk about their favorite musical talent. What made the conversation interesting was that the female half was clearly immersed in the minutiae of genres and obscure artists, while the male half knew a few names but was far […]