The Perfect Playlist – Emily White

 

This week’s guest, Emily White, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 21st November to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Emily is a Music Therapist from Colchester. She sings, plays guitar, piano, sax… and many more instruments. Emily regaled us with stories of bands and music and taught us all about how Music Therapy can be used to help all sorts of people express themselves. Music engages more of the brain than anything else, so what better therapy could there be. We asked Emily to indulge us with her choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what she chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Roots Manuva – Witness
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Breathe – Cinematic Orchestra (Fontella Bass)
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: 99 Problems [clean] Jay-Z  dedicated to Dan Dempsy
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Toto – Africa
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Rednex – Cotton eyed joe
6 Best Summer Anthem: Sun Song – Laura Viers
7 Best Christmas Song: Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Fierce County – Ontario
9 Best cover version you know of: Junip – The ghost of Tom Joad

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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About Naomi Hefford

I'm a musoholic - I play, sing, dance, share and live music. My show, The Perfect Playlist, on Phoenixfm delves into the idiosyncratic way we all relate to the music that surrounds us. With 9 simple questions each week, the answers can be so varied from person to person it is absolutely fascinating to me.