Listening to Neil Young‘s best song (and one of the best ballads ever) sung by a great voice and performed by the greatest rock guitar player alive. Better than this? Only to be raped by two amazing swedish girls (and even that…)!
Nice title, don’t you think? Not an original idea, though. I stole it from the Scorpions‘ song that I’m going to post here today (sorry for spoiling ).
Don’t know if I told you so before, but I am a huge Scorpions fan. Many of their songs are among my all-time favourites, I’ve seen them live twice (too bad I was young enough and a pop-listener when they recorded their Acoustica in Portugal). And although I do not know all their discography, I find myself constantly finding new amazing songs among their albums.
The last one was “Believe in Love“, a typical simple Scorpions song that I find quite powerful and soulful. Hope you like it too and that you keep believing in love, because it’s usually worth it Have a nice weekend!
I’d taken you there a few weeks ago to teach you how to write a pop song(I hope you’ve learned something with my post and that by now you’re charting, at least in your home country ) and Lourenço did the same with the AC/DC.
Well, now I take you back there to show you a great instrumental from an Australian band – if you thought of The John Butler Trio, you got it right. I am not a great fan of them (I have been listening to them lately, trying to find whether they made other great songs, but so far I have found nothing that suits my taste ), but this song is really amazing and worth listening. So that’s what you are going to do now by clicking in the play button below
Since all of my blog mates are too busy, it must be me who bothers you again. And, to avoid being repetitive, I’ll make the third consecutive post containing a soundtrack song
Today’s song is from The Wedding Singer, an Adam Sandler (remember him?) movie. It’s not my favourite Sandler movie – I am a huge fan of Adam Sandler, by the way -, but it is a nice one to watch, still. It is somehow similar to 50 First Dates, not because it also features Drew Barrymore, but because it is more a romantic movie than a comedy.
Being so, the song you’ll listen is a love song, and a quite beautiful one (at least I think so),but also a comic one. Enjoy it