If it looks good, you’ll see it;
If it sounds good, you’ll hear it,
if it’s marketed right, you’ll buy it;
But…if it’s real, you’ll feel it.
Have you ever been driving on a warm, sunny day and one of your favorite songs comes on the radio? You turn it up, real loud. You rock out. Sometimes, when this happens to me, I get a shiver, a tingle, right at the back of my neck. Sometimes it travels down my spine. No, it’s not meningitis. It is what Kid Rock means above. You can FEEL how good the music is.
I love that feeling. Below are some songs that may have given me that feeling at one time or another.
The Freshmen-Verve Pipe (Saw this performed live.)
Neon Moonlight-Rosco Martinez
Nothing Compares 2 U-Sinead O’Connor
American Life in the Summertime-Francis Dunnery
Live & Learn-Joe Public
Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover-Sophie B. Hawkins
Regulate-Warren G. & Nate Dogg (R.I.P. Nate Dogg)
Come To My Window-Melissa Etheridge
Desperately Wanting-Better Than Ezra
Texas in 1880-Foster & Lloyd
You Don’t Even Call Me By My Name-David Allan Coe (Saw this performed live.)
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