March 2

Music Memories: Something There To Remind Me…

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“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.” Ludwig van Beethoven

Music Memories: Something There To Remind Me... SADE
Music Memories: Something There To Remind Me… SADE


Sade – Smooth Operator

When Smooth Operator came out, I listened to it endlessly… It reminded me of a cad or two I’d met over the years… You know, the type that promised everything and delivered nothing… Need I say more? Enjoy the music. Reflect on your experiences and share them below… Come back later for more.

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” Bob Marley

Music Memories: Something There To Remind Me... PHIL COLLINS
Music Memories: Something There To Remind Me… PHIL COLLINS

Phil Collins – In The Air Tonight (Official Video)

This sound was my anthem for a long while… filled with promise and hope for something grand and passionate… heck, even just a magical night of song and dance… Always the best.  More Later!

This post was inspired by a prompt from WP Daily Prompt: Always Something There to Remind Me
A song comes on the radio and instantly, you’re transported to a different time and place. Which song(s) bring back memories for you and why? Be sure to mention the song, and describe the memory it evokes. Photographers, artists, poets: show us PAST.

Positive Motivation Tip: Music makes the world go round and holds memories for us… Let the beat go on!

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos via Wikipedia

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet


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Beats, DPchallenge, Happy, in the air tonight, inspiration, jazz, music, phil collins, postaday, Sade, smooth operator


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  • Many songs remind me of significant events throughout my life. It certainly is a big part of my life.

  • Certain songs will bring you back to a different time and place, hopefully they’re usually good ones.

  • Music definitely soothes you and can affect your mood. I like listening to old favorites and reliving memories in my mind on a rough day. It makes me feel more alive and happy.

  • “Desert Moon” sung by Dennis Deyoung still reminds to be one of my favorites. It reminds me of the time when I still on the threshold of life raring to make it make it on my own.

    “Those summer nights when we were young.We bragged of things; we’d never done. We were dreamers …”

    Oh and I love Sade’s Smooth Operator too.

  • V nice, v informative..inspiring.. I’d like to see all Musicians under a big Umbrella. Happy to be with You all. Thnx. Bhanu.

  • I go through cycles with music. Sometimes it is a big part of my life and sometimes not. Usually when I am working out it becomes a huge part.

  • I hadn’t made an effort to listen to music regularly for awhile and I was feeling really down and depressed but then I began listening to music again and my spirits lifted instantly! I love looking back on all the songs I listened to as a kid, teen and an adult.

  • Right now, I’m listening to a variety of genres. I have several favorite artists – and thanks to the iPod, I can make a playlist with everyone on it!

  • i love all kinds of music my husband calls my play list manic. lol I have gotten out of listening to music all the time usually I enjoy the silence when hubby and kids are at school.

  • Music does trigger a lot of things in us – memories, emotions.. and sometimes, just listening to it makes us feel better.

  • I like that! Music has always been a huge part of my life, and I am making sure the kids get to hear it everyday. It can give you hope, and peace, courage. Everything you need

  • My husband is a huge Sade fan, and I used to LOVE Phil Collins’ music. I still get happy when I hear a song of his that I loved when I was in school. 🙂

  • I was pretty young when those songs came out so they weren’t really on my play list. It’s great though how a song brings back so many memories!

  • I love listening to music! It’s such a great way to make you feel something and remind you of certain periods of your life. My first cassette tape was Phil Collins!

  • Music is definitely food for the soul. It can make or break an event or a person’s day.

  • Music really does a lot i love when a song will remind me of something from the past.Great choices on your tracks especially Phil Collins.

  • Nothing soothes me more than music! I love all genres too! I’m not sure I’ve heard of Sade before, I think maybe my Grandma likes her, lol. I love that Bob Marley quote though, one of my favs! 🙂

  • Music is so important to me! Great choices and I absolutely love Phil Collins. He puts me in a great mood!

  • Music is important. I just listen in the car, but need to bring in more music into the home too.

  • Music is a huge part of my daily life! When I find a song that I just really connect with, I play it over and over again until I have the whole thing memorized lol.

  • I remember these songs, what a memory! Music is awesome like that, transporting you to different places in your mind. 🙂

  • I remember when I saw smooth operator for the first time, I did not like the song at all. I think I was more jealous of Sade because she looked so beautiful in that video.

  • I love listening to music that is very relaxing and meaningful. Some songs fit my situation in life and some lyrics fits me and bring back memories.

  • Music has such a powerful way to bring back memories. Sometimes memories you want to forget. I have a few song that I once loved but not don’t listen to because they bring back memories that makes me sad.

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