Music to Write To.
I choose the music from difotofattesuimuri.
To drown out the machinations spouted by Dragon’s Den, I’ve decided to write a sample list of the music I love to listen to whilst writing.
I find music can be inspirational , can help drown out the humming rubbish that goes with life and, if I match it with my mood, can provide the stimulation my daydreaming cells require to keep fired up.
The following are my current favourites and are in no particular order:
Adele: Someone like You; One an Only.
The Pierces: You & Yours (album), especially Glorious.
Mumford & Sons: Sigh No More (album).
Green Day: American Idiot (album).
Billy Joel: She’s Always a Woman.
The Mamas & The Papas: especially Mama Cass Elliot singing It’s Getting Better; Make Your Own Kind of Music.
Bach Violin Concertos.
Elliot Minor: Elliot Minor (album).
Manic Street Preachers: (It’s Not War) Just The End Of Love.
James Blunt: Somekind of Trouble (album) – (I can hear some of you screaming).
The Who: Then And Now (album)
Barbra Streisand: Send in the Clowns; The Way We Were.
Yehudi Menuhin: especially Paganini violin concerto #2; Vivaldi The Four Seasons.
These songs are suiting the commercial women’s fiction I’m currently writing – but there’s always room for more choices – so if you have favourites, let me know and I’ll give them a audition.
Welcome to Michael, Diana, Glenn & Robbi.
Happy Word Flow One & All.