People hearing without listening, People writing songs that voices never share

3 Apr

So here is another of my playlist (powered by Mixpod) which I am sharing.

Lucky (Jason Mraz feat. Colbie Cailat)-I discovered Jason Mraz on VH1 while listening to I’m Yours and fell in love with his voice immediately. Not much of a Colbie Cailat fan but I like her here a lot.

Pretty Babies (Karen Elson)- Do you remember the video I shared with you of Tom Ford’s collection? Well this is the song  which makes the video even more interesting. I was totally addicted to this song for a fortnight and after actually sabotaging the replay button, I have stopped (or not).

Hide and Seek (Imogen Heap-) I heard this song twice, once in The Last Kiss and then during The O.C. Season Two Finale (the part during Caleb’s funeral). It is very digital and interesting.

Suddenly I see (KT Tunstall)- I don’t even need to tell you from where I heard this song. Just three words- Devil.Wears.Prada.

California ( Phantom Planet)- The O.C. title song.

Love will come through (Travis)- I discovered this song while watching the trailer of Garden State (starring Zach Braff and Natalie Portman). I have yet to watch the movie but this song gives you feeling of swaying your head (I know I am weird).

Star Mile (Joshua Radin)- When the light and door to your room is close and the music is blaring through your headphones, this is the song to be played on loop.

Paperweight (Joshua Radin feat. Schuyler Fisk)- I found this song in Dear John. It is very soothing so I listen to it when I am REALLY annoyed.

The Only Exception (Paramore)- No explanation necessary

The Sound Of Silence (Simon and Garfunkel)- The song is played during the starting of The Graduate. It is quite the legendary songs of the sixties.

Our House (Crosby Still Nash and Young)- Another legendary sixties song which I heard through my dad.


So anyway these are my most coveted songs for this week. For next week I am going to Kallol Dutta’s show (the exciting thing I stated in my last post) and will be writing for Y Magazine. So I will hopefully post a lot of pictures here of the show and me (shocked much?). It will be fun.

That’s all for today!



4 Responses to “People hearing without listening, People writing songs that voices never share”

  1. Jessica April 3, 2011 at 7:30 pm #

    Cool blog!! Thanks for commenting on my article at the high school pieces site!

  2. Addie April 4, 2011 at 6:40 am #

    Thanks for sharing your awesome song list! :)

    Love your posts.

    The Cat Hag

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