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Jessica McMillan

@JLMcMillan
 · 1yr ago · 3:10
What music has helped you navigate the pandemic?

"…And music Journal that I follow has put out a call for submissions on a song or an album that has gotten you through the pandemic, and I find that really hard to answer, and I actually do want to make a submission, but for me it comes down to genre. I can't think of a singular album.…"

#music #songs #genres #MentalHealth https://s.swell.life/SSn9kX6D9ZBjr8f

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Sontaia Briggs

@PKBriggs
 · 1yr ago · 2:46

"…I think it's called a Saturday song, and I think it's made by Day Laso. I think it's Day Laso. So I listened to, I think, a lot of old school rap, but like, nice rap, like Delaware Soul, you know what I mean? Diggable planets, like, feel good rap. Nothing that we have now, which and all that. I like that stuff too. But listen to that I even listened to. And this is a little bit different.…"

Great swell, thoughtful question 🙋🏾‍♀️ @JLMcMillan

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Jessica McMillan

@JLMcMillan
 · 1yr ago · 2:30

"…And invigorable Planets, like, I don't hear anyone talking about them anymore, and they're so good. It is that conscious rap that you were mentioning in the post where we were sort of talking about, like, misogyny and stuff, and I'm guessing that we are very similar in age. We're definitely Gen Xers. There's no doubt.…"

@PKBriggs

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Tim Ereneta

@Tim
 · 1yr ago · 3:51

"…So that was the first song that really inspired me and kind of gave me hope. The second is a Broadway show tune. It's the opening number to Hades Town, the musical by Anais Mitchell, which tells the story of Orpheus and Eurydice. But in doing Greek mythology, it opens with a New Orleans jazz band doing a second line kick a** Colin response upbeat number Road to H***. Andres the Shield is the narrator.…"

Four songs, including Road to Hell:  https://youtu.be/ZgsfT2w7FfM

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Jessica McMillan

@JLMcMillan
 · 1yr ago · 1:51

"…Wow, Tim, I have to hand it to you. You got into what it means to be human. You got into David Byrne and Greek mythology, and Dada ism, and you use the word brilliant. Oh, my goodness. Such a wonderful post. And a lot of this is actually unfamiliar to me, but I completely understand what you're talking about. It definitely resonates to that idea of maybe if we tell this time, the tragic ending will somehow resolve itself differently. That endless hope.…"

@Tim Thank you!

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