Last year, I wrote about 2 of the 3 musical artists that have in some way or another, saved me.
The 3rd is Enya.
If it’s a cliché, I don’t care. Continue reading
There was once a time and a place where the term ‘dance’ was synonymous with the term ‘tap-dance’. Tap was at the forefront of artistic innovation; you weren’t considered a dancer if you didn’t tap.
Sometimes I catch myself wishing that I had lived in this time. Continue reading →
You have to allow yourself to be overwhelmed. You have to be willing to be overwhelmed. You have to have the right music, and you have to be patient.
It isn’t an Afternoon Adventure without the music.
Have you ever noticed that music grows on you? Occasionally (and I love it when this happens), the music will catch you from the first listen. You’ll fall instantly, and you’ll do anything to hear it again. The sooner the better, and never mind if it happens 5 times in a row before you start to worry you’re over-doing it (the risk, that you’ll get sick of it). Continue reading →