The power of music

Ok so in a previous life I ran corporate nightclubs for a living.

As a General Manager of large late night establishments, I saw the very best (and worst) of towns and cities across the North West of the UK + Yorkshire.

It’s funny that one of the things that helped with the diagnosis of my little friend upstairs was that listening to the sounds from clubs i once ran didn’t have the same euphoric effect on me! I knew something wasn’t right when huge tracks didn’t have the same impact. Odd but true all the same.

So a little lesson here if you too find that your passions from days gone by suddenly lose their wow factor get yourself checked out ;) (hidden message there too).

Anyway, I’ve just carried out a little experiment………. Sat down in a darkened room and played the following DJ set from Scott Page and Harry Hard. Albeit, I don’t have the energy to jump and shout it does feel rather good. After my operation I promise to play this same dj set, video the impact and upload it :)

Please do conduct your own test….. crank up the volume and let this sucker play.

Hold your head up!

2 Comments

  1. That’s really weird. Is it because you’re generally knackered and not engaging with stuff do you think?

    There’s plenty I can’t be bothered to do at the moment, but I play in a band, go out to gigs and listen to a lot of music. I don’t think that my emotional connection to music or my enthusiasm for it has gone away.

    Glad your mojo’s finding its way back!