30's musical

If you’re concerned about your pets’ reactions to the sound of fireworks outside, or if you’re bothered by the sounds yourself, there’s an abundance of ASMR Youtube channels with hours-long videos of all kinds of music and ambient sounds you can use to drown it out.  These videos are also great for playing while doing yoga, meditating, studying, or trying to fall asleep.

I personally enjoy Celtic music and rain on tin roofs.


Born on this day: May 8, 1911 - Iconic blues singer, songwriter and guitarist Robert Johnson (born Robert Leroy Johnson in Hazlehurst, MS). Happy Birthday to one of the most influential musicians of the twentieth century born one hundred six years ago today.

anonymous asked:

Would you rather date Levi or L?

for a sec i thought that this was incomplete and i was like “who is L?” and then i remembered it’s a dude from death note, but since i’ve never seen death note i wikipedia’d him and he’s reminding me of me: a shriveled, antisocial asshole that doesn’t like to talk but really likes sweets

but they’re both so…… old. too old for me. but assuming they’re just two emo teenagers in front of me i’d pick L because the emo tsuntsun levi isn’t really my gig despite how great toilet jokes are.

So I know 1955 Doc lives in the 50′s (duh), but I’ve never really grasped that. He lives in the 50′s! The best music comes from the 50′s!! Like, that era of music was so sweet, so calm and romantic!

But like…imagine Doc and Marty dancing around Doc’s living room, the radio playing some Sinatra. Or cuddling under blankets on the couch, with the fireplace glowing, listening to Nat King Cole. Sometimes Doc hums a little tune of Armstrong’s when he’s hard at work in the garage— and Marty finds that really cute.

Sure, it’s no rock and roll, but the music moves Marty’s soul when he’s with Doc

Dream A Little Dream

PARING: reader x steve rogers 

WORD COUNT: 785 words

WARNING: fluff 

Just a little drabble for you all, I’ve been listing to a lot of 30/40′s music and I’ve been singing this song all day, so I’d thought I’d write something quick to try and work out my writers block, so if it sucks just ignore this one lol. This is also the first time i’ve written in this style of person so that was fun too do :) 

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Steves POV

The familiar trumpet intro sang through (Y/N)’s apartment as I stepped through the thresh-hold, looking around I saw the haphazard array of (Y/N)’s possessions strewn about the place, looking over at the familiar figure swaying along kitchen I smiled. Softly setting my things down, luckily the blaring music hid the soft thud well, still in your oblivious bubble I watched as you started to hum along with the melody.

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On this day in music history: April 9, 1939 - Opera contralto Marian Anderson performs on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. The famed opera singer is barred from performing a concert at Constitution Hall, owned by the Daughters Of The American Revolution (D.A.R.) because she is black. As a result of the furor this creates, thousands of D.A.R. members including First Lady Of The United States Eleanor Roosevelt resign from the organization in protest. Mrs. Roosevelt and Secretary Of The Interior Harold L. Ickes intervenes on Ms. Anderson’s behalf, arranging for her perform at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall on Easter Sunday. Accompanied by pianist Kosti Vehanen, Anderson sings before an integrated audience of over 75,000 people at the memorial, with the concert also being broadcast live on radio across the United States to an audience of millions. The concert is regarded as an important event in American history in the fight against racial prejudice and discrimination. The event is captured on film for the documentary film “Marian Anderson: The Lincoln Memorial Concert”. In 2001, the film is selected for preservation by the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress, for its ongoing cultural and historic significance.

icesergeant  asked:

For the sheith prompts, how about Shiro and Keith slow dancing in front of the tv?

I haven’t posted much of my fanfiction before… so I hope you like it!

“Shiro,” Keith groaned from his relaxed position on the couch. “I don’t dance.”

Pidge had somehow found a way to tinker with the alien tech on the ship to get it to play music from Earth. He didn’t know how she did it, and if he were to be honest all he really cared about was Keith and the soft 30’s music playing in the background. The song was slow, and perfect to dance to.

Despite the obvious refusal the Shiro couldn’t help but gaze at the other man with a slight smile on his face at nothing but the disgruntled appearance Keith was sporting at the moment. It’s just how Keith affected him.

He also knew Keith well enough that he actually did want to dance, regardless of his denial. He’d been peering at Shiro from the corner of his eyes as some sensual female voice rose from the speakers while he hummed along softly. It was a request, and Shiro knew his significant other well enough to know so. The music also was from an era Shiro knew too well that Keith loved to listen to occasionally when it was just the two of them.

“Nobody’s around Keith,” Shiro reasoned, holding out a hand for Keith to take.

“Fine,” Keith said, a smile creeping on his face, not matching the irritability that clung to his tone. “But if I step on your feet you’d better not complain.”

Keith stepped on his feet twice. It didn’t really matter in the end when all they’d really wanted in the first place was to be close to each other.

Watch: GOT7, SEVENTEEN, Red Velvet, And More Perform On "Music Bank" First Half Of 2017 Special

Watch: GOT7, SEVENTEEN, Red Velvet, And More Perform On “Music Bank” First Half Of 2017 Special

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The June 30 episode of KBS2’s “Music Bank” celebrates the first half of 2017 with lots of special stages featuring groups covering past and present K-pop hits as well as veteran stars performing songs in collaborations and more!

The winner of this week’s “Music Bank” will be revealed later through their official homepage.

Today’s performers include BTOB, GOT7, NCT 127, Clon’s Koo Jun Yup,…

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A story:
In 2000 Kenneth Branagh made a movie of Love’s Labour’s Lost in the style of a 30’s movie musical for some goddamn reason. So occasionally a character will start or end a monologue or scene with a song and dance. It’s….a concept.

Anyways, sometime around 2009 I got the flu. I don’t get sick much, but when I do it hits me like a freight train. So I missed a few days of school and by day 3 I was out of both stuff to watch and contents in my stomach. I was channel surfing and clutching a bucket, incredibly light headed. I come across this ridiculous movie on IFC but didn’t know what I was watching.

But I switched to it right as Costard, played by Nathan Lane, starts singing “There’s No Business Like Show Business”, you know, the way The Bard wrote it. And my lucid ass took this as a goddamn sign from the universe that I should spend my life doing theatre.

So, blame that event for my life in theatre.

Watch Live: GOT7, SEVENTEEN, Red Velvet, And More Perform In First Half Of 2017 "Music Bank" Special

Watch Live: GOT7, SEVENTEEN, Red Velvet, And More Perform In First Half Of 2017 “Music Bank” Special

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The June 30 episode of KBS2’s “Music Bank” is a first half of 2017 special featuring a great line up of artists performing special stages and hits from the first half of the year.

Today’s performers include BTOB, GOT7, NCT 127, CLON’s Koo Jun Yup, Koyote’s Kim Jong Min, 9MUSES, DAY6, LABOUM, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, MONSTA X, Bolbbalgan4, Brave Girls, SEVENTEEN, SEENROOT, ASTRO, NC.A, UP10TION,…

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Remembering Jazz vocal legend Billie Holiday (born Eleanora Fagan in Baltimore, MD) - April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959