This may be the perfect gift for you music obsessed people! An imaginary map that could well represent the complex brain network of many music lovers, populated by streets named after song titles. I don’t know who got this awesome idea but this color lithograph print is made with 390 songs, from ‘Highway to Hell’ to ‘Penny Lane’, ‘Itchycoo Park’ to ‘Heartbreak Hotel’.
Of course, it could be an endless game to remember about all these songs and who sang them, although there are some obvious ones: Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Asbury Park’ or ‘Thunder Road’, Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bleecker Street’ or ‘The 59th Street Bridge Song’, Bob Dylan’s ‘Positively 4th Street’, or ‘Highway 61 Revisited’, The Beatles’ ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ or ‘Penny Lane’, Green Day’s ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’, Elton John’s ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’…. However, others can be a bit obscure, and that’s why the print includes ‘an A-Z key listing all featured songs along with the names of who sang them’. It’s certainly very convenient, plus it obviously comes with the playlist on Spotify which will make the Map alive and provide 23 hours worth of music. That’s fantastic, and beside the fact that a few tracks are absent from the Spotify list, it includes artists of all horizons, mainstream and indie ones or legends.
This print (60 x 80 cm) could be yours for £25, whereas the large version (95.2 x 127 cm) is sold for £80 at We Are Dorothy… of course they have declined the idea for films, books, TV shows which spoils the thing a bit, but I can’t blame them. Anyway, this is good if you really need to please the music lover in your life.
Jazz Sensation Angie Wells Guest Stars @Chelsea Table & Stage in NYC on July 15th, 2023
Singer/songwriter and jazz couture Angie Wells will be performing with her band in New Your City at the trendy new venue Chelsea Table and Stage on Saturday July 15th, 2023 at 9:30 PM. She will be captivating the stage with her original songs from her newest album “Truth Be Told” as well as iconic covers…
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The Curse Of Gov Ball
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It allows you to be part of the vibrant music community
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