Food for thought

January 10, 2019

Some years ago, while in a group called "Jazz Friends" on a social media site, some of us got to talking about music that makes us cry.  Contributors, both men and women, began offering examples, like "Goodbye" and Bill Evans playing "My Foolish Heart." Thus was born the sub-group, "The Crybabies Club."  If you identify with this idea, here's an article you might want to read: "If Music Sends Shivers Down Your Spine, You Have A Special Brain" by Sheena Vasani. 

https://mymodernmet.com/music-and-the-brain/

 

                Photo Credit: Wuhuiru55/Wikimedia Commons

 

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