I spent my early 20s, those 3 years in Delhi, listening to this song (with the rest of Joshua Tree album) day in and out. Just the hint of sound from this song takes me back to those days.
I think this was also my first album purchase. It lived and died in my first (and only) portable music player :)
After this morning’s background music session, I have decided to … move back to Bombay, marry a Anushkha, be best friends with Ranbir and Aaliya, and hang out with SRK.
I hope Anushkha is a dog lover (or willing to become one).
Continue reading I’m coming, Bombay!
Today’s bout of melonchaly was sponsored by Maachis.
Happens every time! I should’ve known better than listening to Maachis on the walk to town.
I have been listening to this, and only this sound track since I discovered it in the Quartz story on Afro beats. Working, walking, resting, everything – if I’m listening to music, it’s this track.
Wonder if anyone has the list of songs on this track. Also, if anyone has similar/good afrobeats mixes/playlists that they highly recommend, please do share!!
A long long time ago
I can still remember how
That music used to make me smile
That’s how I wake up every day – listening to the first few verses of Don McLean’s American Pie.
I have three alarms set within 15 mins. The first one is set to American Pie, the second one is that horrible default alarm tone, and the third one is Sigrid’s Everybody knows from Justice League OST. I never get to the third one.
Continue reading … music used to make me smile
Coffee in one hand.
A book in the other.
Music on headphones.
Everyone you love snoring away around you.
What’s not to love about early winter mornings?
Yesterday, work and running ensured I emerged victorious.
Today, battling hard using music and a book. Struggling. Failing. Losing.
Continue reading Battling grey clouds
Nobody is nostalgic for the communist era, but many people are nostalgic for their youth
Ivan Klima, a Czech novelist (Source)
People come to rock concerts, Mr Springsteen writes, “to be reminded of something they already know and feel.”