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30 May

Tunesday for Gregg Allman

Today's Tunesday is in honor of, and respect for, Southern Rock pioneer, Gregg Allman, who passed away at 69 on May 27. He was a creator. He was a pioneer. He will always be a legend. Team Twinseperable has always been a fan of The Allman Brothers. We even published a post over 2 years ago, sharing why they never fail to cheer us up on gloomy days. With Duane's passing in the 70's...
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15 Nov

Tunesday for Leonard Cohen

A few months ago I tried writing a Tunesday but became so overwhelmed by emotion, I was never able to complete it. I actually think it was a combination of sadness, and the fear that some wouldn’t understand why the story of two people who I’d never met could mean so much to me. On July 28 of this year, a woman named Marianne Ihlen passed away, and as soon as I saw that headline, I felt a tinge in my heart. A person can have many loves; some relationships work out and some do not, but the love itself, can still, absolutely, last forever. For Leonard Cohen, Marianne Ihlen was one of those great loves. Brought together by a time and...
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2 Aug

Tunesday: Rise

We are obsessed over the NBC Sports Olympic coverage song for Rio 2016. An arbiter of hit anthems (like "Firework" for gay pride), Katy Perry has done it again! Her song "Rise," has us pumped up for the Rio Olympics! The song's powerful tone makes us feel like we could be the recipients of gold medals, ourselves. But keep in mind that the song isn't magic, so try not to do anything impulsive - like taking on the high jump or discus, when you probably haven't been near a track or field since high school. When, when the fire's at my feet again And the vultures all start circling They're whispering, "You're out of time” But still I rise   If the powerful lyrics aren't enough by themselves to...
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19 Jul

Tunesday With The Head and the Heart

Anxiously anticipating the release of The Head and the Heart's new album, Signs of Light, this Tunesday is all about Library Magic. The new single was released just a few days ago, but feels as if it was created in the past alongside the likes of The Mamas and the Papas, Simon and Garfunkle, and even Peter Paul and Mary. This song is everything that's right with folk music. Their dulcet vocals never tire, serving as a means of deliverance for the transcendent lyrics, through and through. A narrative about life away from home and all things comforting, Library Magic, could be a journal entry applicable to pretty much anyone who has left familiarity. The song uses a library setting to illustrate being surrounded by stories and memories,...
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5 Jul

Tunesday: M.I.L.F.$

Personally, I love the idea of turning the “Mother’s I’d like to Fuck” acronym into something more empowering like Fergie’s “Mother’s I’d like to Follow.” She said “changing the acronym… is about empowering women who do it all. They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy.”   Featuring countless successful mothers (including herself) from Chrissy Teigen to Allesandra Ambrosio, she no doubt brought together a stacked girl squad. Poking fun at society’s obsession with the female body as a sex symbol, as opposed to a vessel that keeps our organs contained, the video even features Teigen “publicly” breastfeeding her newborn as a soon-to-be reprimanded male onlooker “ogles her life-sustaining goodies."   To those...
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21 Jun

Tunesday Full of Spice!

Note: Our favorite method of listening to music at Twinseperable HQ, is and will always be on vinyl.

Ari and I had the privilege of spending our birthday weekend surrounded by some of the greatest friends any two people could ask for. Today's Tunesday is a celebration of that love and also because (even two weeks later) it's stuck in our heads...
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31 May

Tunesday: (Under)Covers

Original singers of the Covered song "Give a little bit."
Sometimes its generational. Sometimes it’s due to exposure. Sometimes its due to ignorance or a sheer lack of musical education.  None of that really matters. We were sparked by a recent conversation about the socially accepted Goo Goo Dolls' mis-accreditation for the song "Give a Little Bit." Today’s Tunesday aims to enlighten and surprise you with the original versions of covers that are commonly mistaken as originals.  Here are the well known and widely popularized versions. Here are the originals. In some cases, the songs take on a completely different meaning or come from another perspective. Me and Bobby McGee was originally about a woman- contrary to the gender-reversal in Janis Joplin's version. In other cases, these artists have a way of making the...
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19 Apr

Tunesday: Where Do the Children Play

Because it's "Earth Week," today's Tunesday is also dedicated to mother nature, and a reminder that what we do to her, matters. Yusuf Islam (F.K.A. Cat Stevens) is a personal favorite of ours. He is unparalleled in his ability to paint elaborate images with his music.  These images undoubtedly make every listener feel deeply in some way and, for better or worse, that's the requisite of a true musical legend.     "Where Do The Children Play", should be required listening for every person living on (and therefore, in some way, damaging) earth. The lyrics reference some of the many actions we as a society carry out in the advancement processes, and brings attention to the effect it will have on the future...
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12 Apr

Tunesday for Change

Today's Tunesday is in support and celebration of two rock stars, acting in TRUE rock star fashion. A few weeks ago, the North Carolina legislature passed HB 2, or the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act. Since one degrading, offensive and archaic bill in this country isn't enough, Mississippi passed HB 1523; better known as the "Religious Freedom" Act. These laws undo so many years of progress and are terrifyingly reminiscent of Jim Crow laws. They strip rights and chosen identities away from those who identify differently than "expected." My question is...
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