“Back In The Saddle”

Send Love Ecards“I’m back in the saddle!” were the first words I heard early morning. Apparently after a great Valentine’s Day, Adrian is convinced that his life has taken a turn and now he’s living a dream. He’s found love. The only hiccup seems to be that he’s not making any headway in terms of career but that has hardly been a concern for Adrian! He’s ecstatic that Cathy is with him and he’s sure that things will shape up as unexpectedly as his love life.

To keep his jubilant mood company he’s blaring the Aerosmith song “Back in the Saddle” at full blast early morning. I had a mind to tick him off, but then I didn’t want to interrupt his morning serenade in Cathy’s honor. Kong didn’t seem to be having any problems as well. So I decided to keep quiet about it. Would you believe it guys that after listening to it groggily for some time, I began to enjoy “Back in the Saddle” as well, and I’m an Aerosmith fan anyway. So what started as a full-volume song in the wrong time, actually lifted my mood up. When I stepped out for work, I had a spring in my feet!

Does music help you feel inspired? What are your favorite tracks? Share with us.

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4 thoughts on ““Back In The Saddle”

  1. B. Ah, love Aerosmith’s- “Seasons of Wither,” “Dream On;”
    Deep Purple’s- “Child in Time (live version)”
    Blondie’s “Shayla-” “11:59”
    10 Years After- “Here They Come.”
    Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds- “Tupelo,” “Love Love Letter,” “15 Feet of Pure White Snow.”
    Led Zepplin- “Battle of Evermore,” “Gallow Poles” “Stairway to Heaven.”
    David Bowie-“Ziggy Stardust,” “Kooks,” Rebel. Rebel,” “Width of a Circle,””Putting Out Fire with Gasoline (From movie, Cat people,)”
    “Fame.”
    Mott The Hoople- “All the Young Dudes,” “Marionette,” “Crash Street Kids,” “Roll Away the Stone,” Ballad of Mott the Hoople.”
    George Harrison- “Ballad of Dwight Fry “? not sure that’s right?
    Fairport Convention-Leige and Lief (entire album-play non-stop.)
    B-52’s- “Love Shack,” “Roam,” “Bush fire,” “Topaz,””Rock Lobster.”
    REM-“Swan, Swan, Humingbird,” “Maps & legends,” “Wendell Gee,””Rockville,” “Radio Free Europe,” Man on the Moon.”
    White Stripes- Anything and all of it! They’re amazing…
    Bangles- “Time,” “Walk Like an Egyptian.”
    Cramps-“A Date with Elvis” (entire album.)
    there’s more, but I gotta go. L.

  2. B. And how can I forget the Pogues- most of it I love but favs are”Bottle of Smoke,” “Thousands are Sailing,” “New York City Christmas,” “Lorca’s Dream,” ” Rainy Night in Soho,” “Christy Brown,” -the lris are:”Dollars from the White House or Were they from the Five & Dime?”
    Water Boys- “This is the Sea,” “Your Love is Like Trumpets,” “Raggle, Taggle Gyspy Oh,” “In Search of the Rose,””Savage heart,” “Bang on the Ear” “Stolen child,” musical arrangement of the Yeats’ poem.
    Laureen McKennett- all her music,favs-“Darkness Was My Guide,” “Bonny Swan” & “song from Shakespeares, “Tempest.”
    I am obsessed wtih any Danny Elfman’s movie musical scores and love all his band, Oingo Boingo’s albums- studio and live recordings.
    Alice Cooper- “Killer” album, “School’s Out” album, “Love it to Death” album, “Billian Dollar Baby” album.
    Bread- all their greatest hits.
    Bruce Springsteen-“The Wild, The Sweet and the East Street shuffle” album.
    Black Sabbath-“I’m Going Through Changes,” “Black Sabbath,” “War Pigs,” “Luke’s Wall,” Paranoid,” “Fairies Wear Boots,” “Spiral Architects.”
    Dick Dale and the Deltones- surf music- all he does.
    Blue Hawaiians- “She Was a Cheat,” “Flesh.”
    Tom Waits-all of his stuff- he’s in a league of his own…
    Southern Culture on the Skids- “House of Bamboo,” “Double Beat,” “Dirt Track Date,” “Liquored Up and Lacquered Down,” “Lonely.”
    L.

  3. Hi Bob,
    Music definitely stirs my soul! Van Halen’s, “Jump”, really motivates me to get up and move! And Lady Ga Ga’s, “Just Dance” is right up there, too.
    It can be the lyrics, the instrumentals, or both that strike a chord with me.
    A good song that inspired me when I was going through a difficult period in my life was Rob Thomas’s, “Little Wonders”.
    Some other tracks that move me : Rascal Flatts, “My Wish”
    Hayley Westenra’s “Never Saw Blue”, Goo Goo Dolls’s “Iris”, and Faith Hill singing Hans Zimmer’s “There You’ll Be”.
    And when it comes to instrumentals anything by Kenny G, any tracks John Williams has done for “Star Wars”, and Harry Gregson’s work all move me deeply.
    I love getting on JANGO and listening to all kinds of music. In the world of music there’s always something out there to inspire me!!
    Barb

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