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'Green' -- A Homage To Rihanna's "Umbrella' (Rough Draft)

This is my attempt to write a fast pop-R&B song like Rihanna’s “Umbrella.” The lyrics are kind of sad, but if you put the right must behind them and sang it right, I don’t think people would notice. 182 more words


In Concert: Ed Sheeran

About three weeks ago I went to see Ed Sheeran live in concert. I had already seen him two years ago in a smaller venue and was amazed by his performance. 275 more words


The Playlist | 2014 Summer Pop Medley by Kurt Hugo Schneider

Yeah, I still listen to pop music.

I realized that a lot of my music the past few weeks has been really “hipster-hick” (as quoted by my sister)—which I don’t really (ok, sort of) believe. 242 more words

The Playlist

"Stay awhile ..." WHACK .. ow ....

Please enjoy this great new music video from my favorite American band : She and  Him.

The song is “Say Awhile” originally made a hit by Dusty Springfield in 1964. 160 more words


The Magnetic Fields - '69 Love Songs': Round 75 - Rob's choice

Bring ‘not an album’ pleaded Nick. To me that sounded dangerously close to an invitation to bring another personal grab-bag compilation. I thought about bringing a rubber duck instead, but I’m out of practice, and anyway, for a while I’ve been wondering how it might be possible, indeed whether it would be wise, to bring ’69 Love Songs’ to Record Club. 489 more words

Pop Music

One Less Problem…..

This track may qualify as my new musical guilty pleasure…it’s like a double guilty pleasure cause I liked the original too.

From the Punk Goes Pop Vol. 8 more words


Balanchine Then and Now

I borrowed the Balanchine book (Balanchine Then and Now) which I’d seen at the library on display. The librarian gave me permission to borrow it, and I think they can replace it with another one, but I’ll be quick with this one, I promise!…I’ve seen another one, way too heavy for me to lug around, I don’t know I’d be able to absorb it either, an awesome one on hands and legs and dollar notes placed to ensure people’s legs are pressed together correctly (“That’s cruel!” exclaimed a friend, in partial jest only, “some people really… 336 more words