If you know this band, you know how chill their music is. This song captures the reggae-ness of their genre, but is still a pump up song in a way. When I hear it, I automatically turn the volume on max.
I’m absolutely in love with radiooooo.com, a site that streams music from all the around the world and as well as from (nearly) any decade. I’ve been having a grand ol’ time mixing up different countries and decades. So far my favorites are 80s India, 60s Russia and 20s Japan. And lets be honest, anything from the 70s is amazing
Black Sabbath. Just the name will get a nod from most people. Their catalogue is vast, but to my ear, the best of the bunch is Vol. 4. Their better known singles aren’t here, but every track just goes. Slow and low but never quiet, except for the standout and left field “Changes,” which has Ozzy lamenting over pianos and minor keys. Listen to Volume 4.
College basketball icon and current Los Angeles Clipper JJ Redick dishes on life on and off the basketball court with current and former NBA players, teammates, and coaches, as part of The Vertical platfom on Yahoo Sports. Since his inaugural podcast in January the former Duke University star’s lineup of guests has included NBA legend Steve Nash, current All-NBA teammate DeAndre Jordan and fellow former college basketball star Adam Morrison. The Vertical Podcast with JJ Redick is a must listen for all basketball fans.
I really love this song. It’s not a song you want to hear in the bar or before you head out for the weekend, but it’s one of those slow songs that works for almost any other time. The slow ballad has a rock sound mixed with a little bit of pop. I’m sure this song will eventually be at the very top of the chart, just as soon as Rihanna’s other song “Work”, which has been No. 1 for nine weeks, loses some interest.