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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Tuesday Jams: Can't Let Go of St. Paddy's Day

Brazen Babe Reviews have this awesome meme called Tuesday Jams where you share a song that you currently love and can't get out of your head (Or in my case, off "repeat" on my iPod). Everyone's welcome to join in, the more the merrier! Be sure to leave your link on their blog post so that others can stop by and see your selection!

So, the one other thing I love just as much as reading? Listening to music! Though the majority of my music is modern country or movie scores, I do listen to a little bit of everything and am always on the look out for more music to add to my collection (You should see my iTunes library, it's HUGE). That's why Tuesday Jams has just become one of my new favorite memes!

Can't get out of my head song(s) this week are: Songs by The Corrs.
I know St. Patrick's Day was exactly one week ago but some music is just too good to only be heard on St. Patrick's. Do you remember back in the 90s the Irish sibling group, The Corrs? They had a hit single in the US, Breathless that is still played today. While it was a huge hit in the states, not many people knew that in Europe they were hugely successful and had other great singles as well as some very beautiful instrumentals. They performed with Rod Stewart, Bono, Celine Dion, and Luciano Pavorotti to name a few. I LOVED them so much and even bought their last album "Home" which had songs inspired by Ireland, including some in Gaelic (I still can't understand a lick of it but it's still beautiful). So enjoy a little taste of Ireland!






They even sang two songs with popular Latin singer Alejandro Sanz, one where he sings in English and one where they sing in Spanish!




And lastly one of my favorite instrumentals done live for their Live in Dublin special that aired on VH1

2 comments:

  1. I love your pick Adria! they sound wonderful! added them to my spotify playlist :)

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