Monday, September 10, 2007

music as makeshift therapy 2


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Music is widely acknowledged as a therapeutic mechanism for people suffering with many different kinds of health issues. Very few things pick up my mood these days, but when I remind myself to turn on my favorite iTunes playlist of the moment, I find the music really does help. From time to time, I share my current playlist. Here's what I'm listening to right now.

A Fine Frenzy - One Cell in the Sea - Rangers
A Fine Frenzy - One Cell In the Sea - Rangers

Steely Dan - A Decade of Steely Dan - Do it Again
Steely Dan - A Decade of Steely Dan - Do It Again

Wilco - Sky Blue Sky - Sky Blue Sky
Wilco - Sky Blue Sky - Sky Blue Sky

Amy Winehouse - Back to Black - You Know I'm No Good
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black - You Know I'm No Good


Kanye West - Stronger (Single)
Kanye West - Stronger - Single - Stronger

The New Pornographers - Challengers - Myriad Harbor
The New Pornographers - Challengers - Myriad Harbour

Ne-Yo - Because of You - Because of You
Ne-Yo - Because of You - Because of You

Trace Adkins - Dangerous Man - Ladies Love Country Boys
Trace Adkins - Dangerous Man - Ladies Love Country Boys

Beirut - Elephant Gun - Transatlantique
Beirut - Elephant Gun - Transatlantique

Let me know what you think of these choices and share your faves in the comments.

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