Regina Spektor is on my list of favorite musicians. I’m super, super stoked about her new album coming out in May. ‘Till then, here’s a little bit of Regina doing what she does oh-so-well. Enjoy!
Thanks to a head’s up from the super-fabulous Hubster, I had to add this one last minute – a little taste of what’s to come on her new album!
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My friends are the coolest! Yesterday I got to know a South Korean boy band called Nu’Est and today I meet Regina. My iPod thanks you.
But I have to say, I think I liked the Virgin ad more than that first song. Too choppy and weird. I love the next two songs, though! I might have to put them on my writing soundtrack.
Have a super fab Friday!!
Yay! I’m glad you dig Regina – she’s a regular in our house.
I want to hear more about your writing soundtrack!! Who/what’s on it??
You are up waaaaaay too early for the morning after your birthday! 🙂
Thanks for introducing her to me! I agree with Tameri about liking the last two songs better than the first. She has a great sound and very cool videos. I’ll definitely do some downloading.
I am not fond of the first one but the other two rock! I think it is interesting how she progresses in sophistication in regards to her looks and music.
I ADORE Regina Spektor.
For those who are experiencing her for the first time, mind if I add one of my favorites to the mix? Samson. BEAUTIFUL song. I love it so much.
She’s so frigging talented…I had a really hard time picking which ones to post. 🙂
Here is what I take from your post, Myndi. Talent is everywhere, we don’t have to have super dooper el-huge-O sales to be successful. As a new writer, it can be so daunting to believe we could ever be on the shelf next to the likes of King, Rowling, Crichton, Atwood.
Regina’s clear voice and distinctive style brings my hopes, and fears, down to earth. I can have a voice, I can have a loyal following, I can bring quality craft to the table, without tearing down records. I don’t have to win the Golden Heart to be published, or to have a career.
With vision and talent, I can make my mark.
Absolutely. Regina is her own woman, musically, and you can hear ‘herself’ in every song.
We can – and ought – to do the same. 🙂
Hugs to you, sweet Sherry!!