Music Monday – The Call

30 Apr

A few weeks ago, I posted about the song “All the Rowboats” by Regina Spektor.  I heard hte song, and then thought “Wait, I know her, I know her voice, but where from?”

And then my kids watched “Prince Caspian” and I went “OH!”

The song at the end of the movie is also by Regina Spektor and when I first heard it, I hit reverse to re-read the credits to see who did this song, because I had to have it.  And then Life happened and distracted me.  Then I discovered Regina Spektor through “All the Rowboats” and loved her instantly yet again.

So for this rainy mellow Monday, today’s choice is “The Call” – just a lovely song, which truly fits the Narnia series as well.  Have a hot cup of tea as you listen…

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4 Responses to “Music Monday – The Call”

  1. Kristina Scarborough Knight April 30, 2012 at 6:37 am #

    How awesome!!! My daughters’ winter color guard team has done all their competitions to this song!! I didn’t even know it was in the movie :) When I hear it I just imagine silver and red flags flying through the air, hahaha. Now she thinks you are 10x cooler for loving this song :) I already knew you were that cool!!

  2. Audrey April 30, 2012 at 9:44 am #

    She’s such a great singer, very unique voice, fun inflections. Definitely one that you don’t forget. And seems like the perfect music for a Monday morning. Love it!

  3. lexiemom May 1, 2012 at 3:53 pm #

    Fantastic voice. I like artists with distinctive sounds.

  4. Angel Brookins May 9, 2012 at 10:09 am #

    I really love this song … I have it in my inspirational music playlist for when I’m writing (along with some pieces by Mozart, Etta James, Everlast , Adele , Carrie Underwood, Katherine McPhee , Celtic Women) Have you tried Spotify? They have a wonderful selection of eclectic music and it’s free for the use of the basic service (with commercials every ten minutes or so).
    Thanks for your song of the week, it’s nice to hear something new every now and then!

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