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Welcome to Living on the B Side – a place to share our love of music!
I’ve always loved Music, it was and is part of my daily life. There are so many genres and songs that are connected with special moments, memories or phases in my life.
This is what ‘Living on the B Side’ is all about – songs that for one reason or the other I love and listen to. Mainly from the 80’s to the late 90’s, I want to share these with you in the hope that you find a new artist or band or even genre of music that brings you as much joy as they bring me.
‘Living on the B Side’ also wants to highlight the positive impact Music can bring, how it can change a person’s life, so if you have a favourite song that means HEAPS to you please get in touch & share it with me. Let’s build a community where this passion for music can be shared far and wide.
Much love & music, Birgit
I was completely captivated when I first heard Stardust by Asgeir playing on Triple J. “Who is this!?” I exclaimed in awe. There was nobody there to respond to my question except the radio.
I wanted to write a post about 2019 and how that year has been for me…yet my heart tells me to write about something else which matters more than my own reflection of the past 12 months.
‘Heaven’ is like an anthem song to me in some ways….it captures not only the journey of finding love but also friendship and where we belong in life.
Boys of Summer means sun, fun…memories. Listening to music in the car while driving around with my girlfriends. Freedom, love, happiness…
Oh my, this song really gets me moving! This is one of THE club songs from my younger years!
Remember the movie ‘Top Gun’? Yep, this song ‘Destination Unknown’ is from that soundtrack and currently in the ‘on repeat’ list of songs that I listen to.
More than Words. I have to make a confession – expressing how I FEEL is not something I am not good at…yet. But I am learning to be better at it.
I don’t really know what it is with the ‘These Dreams’ song that gives me the goose bumps. Is it the music, the way it is sang or the lyrics? I am not sure.
‘Wind of change’ not only represents a moment in history to me but also a personal feeling of massive change sweeping in.