Saturday Song: Entrancing

Welcome to the Saturday Song at En Tequila Es Verdad! Every other Saturday, I share a song and a theme with you, and if you’ve got a song that fits, share it in the comments. Next week, I’ll post a playlist we’ve all made together. It’s pretty neato! You can sample previous Saturday Songs here.

This Saturday’s theme is Entrancing. You know those songs with an element that just nestles right into your brain and puts you into almost a trance-like state? Those songs that alter your mood and make you a little dreamy, or are just a little ineffable? This song is one of those for me:

First time I heard it, the thing echoed in my head for weeks. Positively haunting!

What song entrances you?

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Saturday Song: Entrancing

15 thoughts on “Saturday Song: Entrancing

  1. 7

    Mine’s Kashmir by Led Zeppelin. Sometimes the original, sometimes the London Philharmonic’s orchestral version (which unfortunately seems to have been taken down from YouTube).

  2. 8

    Monkberry Moon Delight by Paul and Linda McCartney. I remember hearing it for the first time in the middle of the night back in 1971 on my first am/fm radio, which I would put on the floor next to my bed at night (near an outlet since it needed to be plugged in). It took several days before I managed to hear it again.

    I’m not sure how much is memory from that first time hearing it, but it still gives me the dream-like waking-up in the middle of the night not sure if I’m asleep or awake feeling when I listen to it today.

  3. 10

    The inside of my head is an odd place to be, so anything that entrances me has to be a bit strange. I’d have to go with Godspeed You Black Emperor – Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven, particularly track 4 Antennas to Heaven Fair warning, its 19 mins long.

    And can’t forget… Congrats on the new place!

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