Best Music Scores Part I

John Williams. Hans Zimmer. Danny Elfman. James Horner. Soundtrack composers have been elevated to the status of celebrities and rock stars in their own right. Though most people might not know what John Williams looks like,  everyone, whether they know it or not, knows his music. If you ask someone who their favorite composer is,Continue reading “Best Music Scores Part I”

Country Music Part I

I was a big fan of country music from my freshman year at high school up until about two years ago. After listening to so much of it, though, I came to the realization that they all sound pretty much the exact same. There’s just not much variety in that genre. But there are stillContinue reading “Country Music Part I”

My Spoiler Free Review of Les Miserables

I try not to write two of the same kind of posts back-to-back. In my last post, I shined the light on my favorite non-Disney/Pixar movie, The King’s Speech. Sarabeth and I just rented the next movie by director Tom Hooper, Les Miserables. There’s a lot I can say about this movie, but one of them is this:Continue reading “My Spoiler Free Review of Les Miserables”

Tomorrow’s Music

Recently I’ve been going through all of my CD’s, throwing out outdated discs, importing keepsakes from otherwise terrible albums, and keeping the ones that are still listen-worthy. The past few weeks have been filled with a lot of Goo Goo Dolls, Switchfoot, Newsboys, Creed, Aerosmith, Lit… basically all the guys that built the audio bridgeContinue reading “Tomorrow’s Music”

Album Review: Relient K – Collapsible Lung

Most Christians have playlists that are unfamiliar to the rest of the world. Their ipods are full of Hillsong, Addison Road, Laura Story, etc. It’s also not unusual for a Christian to have many of Relient K’s albums included in their playlists. Personally, I’ve never been a huge fan of Relient K, but Sarabeth is.Continue reading “Album Review: Relient K – Collapsible Lung”

I Got a Letter Today…

I love that Brad Paisley song, “Letter to Me,” where he writes a letter and sends it back in time to his younger self. I wanted to write one of my own for a blog post, but Sarabeth warned me that that’s been done a lot before. Turns out she’s right. I try not toContinue reading “I Got a Letter Today…”