‘The Wind’ by Yusuf/Cat Stevens
I like the simplicity and the lyrics of the music, and the way in which Cat Stevens takes one thing so profound and places it into one thing as quick as a two-minute music.
‘Moonshadow’ by Yusuf/Cat Stevens
This lets me merely decelerate and benefit from the technique of the music, with no rush.
‘Where do the children play?’ by Yusuf/Cat Stevens
This is only a easy music with a single guitar. It lets me decelerate, with nothing however a mild gradual breeze and one among Cat Stevens’ most interesting melodies.
‘Ma Mama’ by Richard Bona
Richard Bona opened up the character of African people songs to the world. This is a fragile and intimate quantity.
‘Please don’t cease’ by Richard Bona
The groove of it retains me shifting. It makes me wish to swing, and his candy voice simply hits.
‘Vasanam’ by Kurangan
It made me perceive, dissect and re-analyse human behaviour. Even right this moment, it raises new questions as I take heed to it repeatedly.
‘Pirakkum Pothum Azhugindraai’ by Chandrababu, Kannadasan
It is soothing to take heed to when caught in a disaster; and the melancholy of the music is oddly comforting and heat.
‘I wonder’ by Sixto Rodriguez
This is likely one of the finest campfire songs. I ponder how this music by no means turned something when it was launched, however later influenced an entire technology some other place.
‘David Foster Wallace’ by Kurangan
The reside model in Terrace jams was the primary model that I listened to. It is a parable. It made me realise how vital it’s to reside within the second.
‘Nowhere man’ by The Beatles
“Doesn’t have a point of view/ Knows not where he’s going to/ Isn’t he a bit like you and me?”
‘Sun is shining’ by Bob Marley
When I take heed to this, I really feel alive. The vibes I’m feeling and data I’m receiving are vibrant.
‘Gaana karunkuyile’ by Ilaiyaraaja
The beat. The voice. The story of it. The means the flute interlude makes us dance. The vocal chants! What a music.
‘Erikkarai poongatre’ by Ilaiyaraaja
This music transports you to a hillside river. Imagine dipping your toes in whereas trying on the fish passing by.
‘Twist and shout’ by The Beatles
This music is for a younger man who doesn’t assume he has seen something good right this moment.
‘Fun fun fun’ by The Beach Boys
‘Fun fun fun’ is taken into account among the best Beach Boys songs, which performed as a cornerstone of in style American music on the time. This music is stuffed with youthful vitality.
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