[x] 101 Dalmatians (1961) (My third birthday party theme... lol)
[X] Alice in Wonderland (1951) (My girlfriend)
[X] Bambi (1942)
[X] Cinderella (1950)
[x] Dumbo (1941)
[x] Fantasia (1940)
[x] Lady and the Tramp (1955)
[X] Mary Poppins (1964)
[x] Peter Pan (1953)
[x] Pinocchio (1940)
[x] Sleeping Beauty (1959)
[X] Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
[x] Song of the South (1946)
DISNEY'S DARK AGE
[x] The Aristocats (1970)
[x] Bedknobs & Broomsticks (1971)
[X] The Black Cauldron (1985) THE BEST AND MOST UNDERRATED DISNEY MOVIE
[x] You own over 10 bottles of nail polish
[x] You own a designer purse
[x] You own perfume that cost over $60
[x] You had/have fake nails
[x] You have more hair products and body products than you can use
[ ] Your pet is a Chihuahua/Pomeranian/Yorkshire Terrier/Siamese/Shih Tzu/ mini anything
[ ] You have clothes/shoes/accessories for your pet
[x] You have enough clothes to cover an entire refugee camp
[x] you have enough pictures to create your own wallpaper
[ ] A pink comforter, carpeting, walls or sheets
Total So Far: 7 YIKES
[ ] Spend more time at the mall than you do at homework
[x] Have/had a hair color tha
Regina Spektor is an artist I have favored for quite a while. Her airy voice and cheerful, songbird vibrato are key elements in most of her songs, and add to the different measure of anti-folk her mezzo soprano range covers. Anti-folk, by a rough definition, focuses more on the experimental ability of the musician, and tends to be lax in regards to time signatures and keys. Drawing many comparisons to Norah Jones and Kate Nash, Spektor uses lyricism and imagery to capture moments of innocence that dwell in Americana fairy tales. She is also widely known for the theme song of the Netflix TV series, Orange is the New Black.
Regina Spektor was
I want to thank all of my new followers, you're all wonderful.
I'm thinking of writing song critiques, if anybody wants to suggest anything? I am currently drowning in midterm work, but I feel like this is pretty important.
Also, i might be flipping around soundcloud in a few months to write small tunes using music software. BUT all that is going to have to wait until at least December. Thanks college for putting a damper on my Wednesday.
Anyway, I'm going to try and critique at least one song a week. For all them Naruto fans out there, I might even throw in a little info about why a particular song may remind me of a character o
To all those that look at my deviations, hello! I probably will not be very active, as I am a student and therefore my priorities lie in staying ahead of my field. Please send me a note to talk! I have not used DeviantArt in several years, so I will just og by my own assumptions that the community may have changed a bit while I was gone; however, I will learn.