In an effort to drum up some posting after leaving this blog essentially dormant for, well, too long… here’s me taking the 30 Day Music Challenge. It’s spreading well enough that it’s still interesting, and it’s relevant enough to my interests that it’s worth pursuing. I love music, and I’ve come to associate certain songs with certain parts of my life, and it’s a fun opportunity to talk about some well-remembered songs.
Day 28 is “a song by an artist with a voice that you love”. I mentioned Harriet Wheeler of The Sundays at the top of this daily list, and this is the song that cements that idea for me. When I’m Thinking About You is actually the song that introduced me to the band (thanks, NU107), and after all these years is a top five all-time favorite for me. Unabashedly sweet, with no need to adulterate the song with any other vibe but this one. I’ll shut up now and leave you to listen to the song, because you have to hear it to enjoy how the simple electric guitars complement her effortlessly light and airy vocal.
Could I, could I keep dreaming, for a little while longer?