Jun 12, 2017
We LOVE THIS ALWAYS FOREVER. We had to get our pun in somewhere, guys. In this week's episode of Popular Music: The Podcast, Analise and Steven travel back in time to an era of sepia-tone music videos and light mists of pale amber rose. AKA the 1996 Donna Lewis hit, "I Love You Always Forever." Listen to them break down the eclectic writing history of the somewhat enigmatic artist and why the simplistic chord structure of this song only speaks to the simplistic beauty of love. Barfing yet? Get ready to get used to it and enjoy it, people.
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This week's Spotify Mix: https://open.spotify.com/user/1239070814/playlist/0dy7h5WykEoOoII2qRlVu9
Mandy Moore - "Crush"
Rebel and a Basketcase - "Lightning Look"
Michelle Branch - "Drop In The Ocean"
Vanessa Carlton - "I Don't Want To Be a Bride"
Sophie B. Hawkins - "As I Lay Me Down"
Yellowcard - "Ocean Avenue"
SFIAS (w/ The Anchorites) - "Love You Always Forever" - https://www.thesixtyone.com/s/82NhfKwM98H/?drawer_mode=bumps
WHAT IS THE CIRCLE OF FIFTHS? https://ledgernote.com/columns/music-theory/circle-of-fifths-explained/
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