Ten Songs for Spring | ADL | by Jay Jasinski

Songs for Spring

Buttercup daisies
And most anything
They wither and fade
After blossom in spring  – Bryan Ferry

You’ll notice that as a movie-suggestion blog I talk about a lot of things that aren’t movies. Well, you got me there. But it’s my blog and I’ll take it in any direction I please. That being said, music is absolutely crucial to film. In fact, exhibitionist even went to the extremity of having live orchestral accompaniment to silent film screenings. So, in some respects, this post is about film.

tumblr_n0dso9gZYw1r17jb8o1_500When I listen to music I think of how it would fit in a movie. For instance, would it be good for the title sequence, montage, etc.? I’m sure many of you do the same. Anyways, here are ten songs I’ve been enjoying lately. Are they spring related? I’m not sure, but that shouldn’t stop you from giving them a listen. Let me know what songs make you think, “this would be cool in a movie.”

1. Just Like You – Roxy Music

2. Ballerina – Van Morrison

3. Best of All Possible Worlds – Kris Kristofferson

4. Wizard Flurry Home – Mariee Sioux

5. Early Morning Rain – Peter, Paul, & Mary

30e9c61d466. Age Old Blue – Alela Diane

7. Animal Tracks – Mountain Man

8. Some Weird Sin – Iggy Pop

9. I Got Loaded – Little Bob

10. Pass the Wine – The Stones

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About jayjasinski10

My name is Jay Jasinski and I'm a freelance social media and content marketer based in Los Angeles, California. I'm also a writer with an interest in film, literature, and the environment.
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