Monday, April 20, 2015

Music that makes you remember...

Listening to this such a beautiful song I'm always feeling a very intensive nostalgy. This Gentleman's piece made me think today of how music can bring our memories to life. I believe that everyone after a moment of reflection could find in his mind some songs that make him think of people who have already passed away or of things that there are not anymore. For me the special moments are always related to the special people, that is why this song makes me so nostalgic. It's refrain saying that "it's funny how memories don't leave like people do" can make you really sad sometime. But on the other hand it is full of hope that there are this feelings like love or friendship that are lasting longer than our lives. Isn't it beautiful? There is also another song that makes me think of a person I love the same way inspite of the years that are passed from the moment I've seen her for the last time. I've already written here about the band Good Staff, who are playing the song "Echo". Unfortunately this song in no available online, but I would recommend to anybody to visit the group's webside and order their CD.But not to be too nostalgic as it is a beautiful spring weather outside I'd like to tell you about the song that I remember in the most intensive way from my early childhood. It's a song that was always making me dance, even when I wasn't able to stand without any help yet. There were situations when I was a child when my parents were trying to lull me while the TV was turned on some kind of music programme. And if somehow it was Inner Circle singing his "Sweat" in it, I was clumsily getting up holding the barriers of a crip and I was starting to dance, singing "a lala lala long".

Enjoy! :)

Monday, April 13, 2015


I've been lately falling in love with the music of a band, which I had known for years already.
When I've heard them for the first time they were for me only a background for an amazing drama, which was showing the love of God to the man he created.

All this Lifehouse's Everything drama seamed to me really touching and perfectly composed with the music. I had an opportunity to play a role in this drama some time later and I was really amazed with the fact, how many people were feeling the same way about it. I even translated it's text in Polish once hoping to play the skit with a group in the way that also it's text would have been comprehensible for the people watching it, but I understood after all that there was something more in this song. Well, we didn't have a band which would have played the song the way Lifehouse did it.
Probably few years ago I came across their another song, which was "You and me".

Beautiful love song.
I was listnenig to it for a lot of time until it palled for me and after that I believe I had nothing to do with Lifehouse for quite a long period of time.
Until couple of months ago I just thought about them, I don't really remember why or in which circumstances, but their discography impressed me.
They're not the only band I am listening to at the moment, but they became one of these my ears can hear really often, while I'm going at the university, while I'm walking, while I'm in my way for some meeting of while I'm roller skating.
Anyway there are three songs, I think, I could listen to all the time, which are "Storm""Hanging by the moment", and "Blind".
Each of them has a special meaning for me and I think that in the times when you become famous not for what you're saying, but for the way you look like, I really appreciate their lyrics full of the important messages.