Looking for animation soundtracks can be a daunting task. The studios don’t release soundtracks for their television animation, and trying to find stuff from years ago can be almost impossible. Thank God for the existence of inspired compilations. These compilations give us cartoon music fans the outlet we need. One such outlet is “Saturday Morning: Cartoons Greatest Hits”.
After the two big wet kisses of the first two tracks, “The Dress” comes in as the emotionally alienating wicked comedown. As if in a distant dream Makino sings I love you less…now that I know you The stark reality of heartbreak continues with the clashing lies and clashing thighs in Spring and game By Summer Fall which sees guitarist Amadeo Pace take lead with vocals and a brilliant and economical riff that rips through the atmospherics.
With this mix, the best in R&B are represented from Aretha Franklin to Mary J. Blige. The songs are a good combination of oldies and some new. The best thing is that after listening to this mix a few times, something will resonate with you. A hook or some lyrics will repeat over and over in your head until oblivion. And, isn’t it true that what you think about all the time actually comes to fruition?
Let’s backtrack a bit to 1980. Simon had just released “One Trick Pony”, both the movie and the soundtrack. Although the latter yielded a top ten hit with “Late in the Evening” the former was a flop at the box office, garnering decidedly mixed reviews.
I’m not sure if it were meant to be used by characters in the Narrative, which renders the device defunct in my hands, but since we’re allowing ourselves some liberties reserved for the novice, I’d like to plead “Unreliable Narrator,” and assure that I cover this very contentious issue-Lazoo’s son and the light in which he’s portrayed in GUIOPERA II by “The Guy,” which I might add has something to do with Metofeaz Litigatti, good old Feeaz, the whimsical one, the fall guy; where the hell would I be without that guy, ah?
This is a Scottish ballad of which twenty-four versions survive and which dates back to the 17th century. It tells the oft-retold story of the “cruel sister”. One sister drowns the other in order to marry the sister’s man for herself, and her bones are found and made into a harp, which sings the truth about the murder. It is interesting that the Baebes chose to record it as an instrumental piece. For those who know it, the words hover behind the music, like the subtle voice of a murdered girl singing her truth after death.
Pandora: This site acts as your own personalized DJ. You specify an artist or song you like, and it creates a custom radio station, offering songs that are selected based on sophisticated algorithms that take into account the styles of instrumentation and vocals you like.
A lot of child stars aren’t successful as adults and see the stardom life start to fade away. Miley has proven to remain a star from childhood into her teenage years, and looks to have a promising career as an adult. Her spunk, creativity, beauty, and intelligence make her the successful star that she is.