“1000 Times”

It is so easy to get locked into the music of our teens and early twenties isn’t it! In my case, those years were the 1960’s and 1970’s. We had lots of protest/social conscience songs. Folk music was popular in my town, and The Moody Blues were popular in my growing record collection. Paul Simon was played regularly on the radio, as were Pink Floyd, Queen and Fleetwood Mac!Β  I loved the 1960’s and 1970’s but then …. theΒ  80’s were pretty good, as where the 90’s. The 2000’s brought more music talent to my ears, as did the 2010’s.

It is so easy to get locked into the music of our teens and early twenties, but if we allowed that to happen, we would be missing out on the talent of the generations that follow us!

“1000 Times” was released, I believe, in 2013.

15 thoughts on ““1000 Times”

  1. You are so right Colin! My “teen” music was the 70’s. I really got sick of classic rock by the mid 90’s since it was so over played on the radio though the 80’s and into the 90’s. During the 90’s I discounted the sound of Grunge as not “good” music. Never listened to alternative radio stations either in the 90’s. But for the past year, I have been listening a lot to 90’s grunge and other 90’s alternative music and really liked it along with other artists like Evanescence. Fell in love with her sound like it’s brand new music to me now!

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    • Evanescence! Yes, I came across them by accident re “My Immortal”. Love that whole melody/lyric/presentation package. Still working on a number of their others songs though!!! πŸ™‚

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  2. So much great music out there to discover! I love her voice and somehow had overlooked this song before. You can feel the emotion of the song as she sings.
    She also was born in December, just 2 days and well some years, after me. πŸ™‚

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  3. She has a pretty voice, but what pathetic lyrics. This lady’s gonna live in the friend zone forever, and never look for another. There’s plenty of fish in the sea, if we’re willing to look beyond our immediate surroundings.

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