Album of the Summer

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Well it’s official I’ve found my 2010 album of the summer, and the winner is…

Another Hopeless Summer

It’s got 7 different groups 11 different songs and 1 music video and it’s like under 5 at itunes.

Favorite Track: For the Win by We are the In Crowd

Second: Gypsy Woman by Anarbor

I think this is a step up from the last time I had an official album of summer…which was like ’05 and it was Getting Away With Murder by Papa Roach

This album is just a fun one to grove with on drives, getting ready to go places, showers, whatever.  I’m glad I decided to buy it and I think If I get another itunes gift card I will buy a few more CD’s namely the CD’s of We are the In Crowd.  Their vocals just click for me especially Tay’s voice it’s not your typical Female vocalist voice and I love it, combine that with the slightly electronic beats in the back equals a love combination for me.  Granted I’ve only heard two of their songs, but their along different lines and I love them both so meh.  I’ll spend some itunes cash on it.



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I’ve played saxophone for ten years now that’s half my life, I just realized that.  Wow, I mean music has always been a part of my life but actually making it is a whole new game.  Theres something about seeing those black lines and dots on the page, words that some of my friends can’t read or understand.  Taking those words and transforming them into something they can hear and feel.  The way music just moves you, transferring you to the emotion the composer felt at the time.

I have 15 days worth of music in my itunes library.  Over 100 cd’s in my car and more scattered throughout the house and in boxes under my bed.  I call my high school band director mom.  Give grade schoolers tips and sometimes tutoring.  Music has intertwined itself into my life and runs through my veins.  I know it sounds weird but it’s true.

I can sing along with a song I’v never heard, once I memorize a song, it’s there, I don’t sing perfectly, but I like singing, I don’t play perfectly but I like playing.  Music helped me learn that I don’t need to be perfect as long as I don’t give up.  I’m still working on it but at least I’m trying.