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Tune-In Tuesday: Zombie – Cover by Breed 77

Welcome back to Tune-In Tuesday, a weekly visit down music lane where I highlight a song (or two, or more) from my writing playlists. Two weeks ago I posted a few versions of the song “Feeling Good”. Today, I wanted to highlight one of my all-time favorite covers: ZOMBIE — originally recorded by The Cranberries and covered by Breed 77. Enjoy!     Do you have a favorite cover or song you’d like to have highlighted in these weekly posts? […]

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Tune-In Tuesday: Covers & Re-Makes (Feeling Good)

Music, novels, movies, and TV shows. These modes of entertainment have plenty in common, but for today we’re going to focus on one in particular: The Re-Make As writers we hear quite often that there are no true original plots, only fresh twists and takes on old, existing plots. This is true, and it got me thinking on how truly original most music is these days. You can turn on the radio and listen to a brand new single and […]

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Tune-In Tuesday: Panic Station

Welcome back to Tune-In Tuesday! Today’s musical choice comes from one my favorite bands of all time, MUSE. This is their latest single, Panic Station.  Last week I got an alert from YouTube that a new vid had been posted by the band, and boy was I ever not prepared for this video. LOL! Don’t get me wrong, this video is awesome and these guys clearly had a fantastic time filming. But talk about psychedelic, man. 😉 Hope you enjoy! […]

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Tune-In Tuesday: Army of Me

This week’s song is by Christina Aguilera, from her latest album Lotus. During my last spurt of revisions, I ended up playing “Army of Me” on a perpetual loop because I needed to draw on the strength, the fight, and determination that Christina’s brought to this particular jam. Have a listen of “Army of Me”: Like what you heard?  I’ve uploaded the entire Lotus album to my Grooveshark playlist page. Enjoy! 🙂 *Tune-In Tuesday is a weekly post for musical sharing. […]

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