Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Music Therapy and Fraggle Rock

I have a question for those interested. First, imagine being of the age and unfortunate condition as the gentleman in this video:

Now, which song do you THINK would have the most impact upon you, as occurred with him?

There are so many aspects to consider, not just regarding how songs remind us of certain times in our lives, but also in connection within our various relationships, both past and present. And who knows what is deep within our subconscious which we may not even think as being a trigger in such a state.

Personally, the 1st thing that came to my mind is from an episode of Fraggle Rock! The song which starts at the 1 minute mark here:

I'd love to hear your songs.


  1. This is not what I would call a definitive list, which would include hundreds, maybe thousands, of songs, but it is representative:

    1. Anita O'Day from Jazz on a Summer's Day

    2. The Beatles "She Said, She Said"

    3. Pete Townshend's performance of "Drowned" at the Secret Policeman's Ball

    4. Frank Sinatra http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yqGujr2-Jw&ob=av2e

    5. Liz Phair "Polyester Bride"

    1. Wonderful list! Thank you for sharing.

  2. By the way, I screwed up the Frank Sinatra link which should read thusly:

    4. Frank Sinatra "I've Got You Under My Skin"