The following playlist contains clips from the classic films of the ’60’s, as well as a few of my own favorites.
Music: I Feel Fine by The Kinks This playlist is inspired by my favorite band, The Kinky Kink, a group that I’ve been listening to since the age of six.
The Kink is probably one of the most recognizable and beloved bands in music history, but they were also a band that were really just a group of kids with a knack for making music.
As an aspiring musician, they brought a unique style of music to the masses with a heavy-handed attitude that they were never afraid to experiment with.
My favorite track in this playlist is The Kinking Kink’s “I Feel Fine.”
You can hear it in the background of the clip below.
Music interval: My Favorite Things by The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stone playlist contains some of my favorites.
My favorites in the playlist include My Favorite Thing by The Clash, The Way I Loved You by The Eagles, and My Favorite Way of Loving You by the Rolling Stones.
Music intervals: When the Night Falls by The Grateful Dead This playlist features some of the highlights of the Grateful Dead, including a fantastic cover of “Sugar Magnolia” by The Band.
Music is also sprinkled throughout this playlist, including one of my favorite songs, “When the Night Stands Still.”
I like that this song is a bit of a medley.
Music length: Don’t Let Me Down by The Velvet Underground This playlist contains one of your favorite classic songs from the 1970s, and a couple of clips from my favorite bands of the era.
I particularly like this one from The Velvet and the Spiders.
The clip below is from the “Don’t Let My Baby Cry” version of the song.
I really enjoy this clip because it’s so simple, but it also has some really great moments.
Music has been added throughout this episode, including clips from The Rolling, Kiss, The Beatles, and others.
Music frequency: The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” This playlist has a lot of great songs, including “Hey, Jude” by the Beatles.
You’ll also hear a great snippet of “Hey” by Ringo Starr, which is a classic rock song that really hits home for me.
Music intensity: Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen I’m not a big fan of Queen, but “Boetish Boy” is one of their most popular songs.
The song is full of energy and emotion and I love it!
Music interval is: John Lennon’s “Tennis” This is one song that has always struck a chord with me.
Lennon’s version is one that everyone in my family listens to, and I find myself replaying it over and over again, even after I’ve listened to other versions of it.
This playlist includes clips from a couple other classic rock songs, as I mentioned before.
I like the fact that they’ve included snippets from other iconic bands as well, like The Rolling Thunder and The Rolling Diamond.
Music duration: My Sweet Lord by The Beatles This playlist, like many others in this episode is very fun and educational.
You can watch a great clip of John Lennon performing the “My Sweet Lord” here.
The theme is beautiful and the song is beautiful, but the clips that are featured in this song are really just highlights of Lennon’s genius as an artist.
Music frequencies: John Travolta’s “It’s Alright, Ma, Ma” The Beatles are one of those bands that I find hard to classify, as they’re so well-known that they’re hard to find in the iTunes store.
This is a clip of a famous video of John Tarnolta, who I met in high school and fell in love with after hearing him sing “It Takes A Village” with his band.
This clip is my favorite because it showcases his ability to bring something so beautiful and intimate to life.
Music will be added throughout the episode, but I’ll highlight some of these clips here.
Music type: Jazz This playlist focuses on Jazz, which has been my favorite music genre for a long time.
I’m a big believer in the music of Miles Davis and Miles Franklin, but jazz has also inspired a lot me, and this playlist features a few clips from Jazz.
Music interlude: How To Survive a Plague by Dr. Strangelove This playlist combines two clips from Dr. Strange into one.
The first clip, “How to Survive a Pestilence,” was from Strange’s film, The Invisible Man.
The second clip, is from Strangeloves version of “Howl.”
Music interval duration: John Denver’s “Lucky Man” This track is one I’ve loved listening to for years.
I love the fact you can hear John Denver on the recording.
He was a great singer and pianist who made some of his greatest music,