Alan Hovhaness' music has a mellow quality, no doubt a result of his passion for nature.
Cold in July speculates that there might be only one solution to toxic masculinity.
And if Olivia Newton-John wanted her legacy to be one of positivity, we can be grateful that the wealth of music she gave us will be there to help us carry on.
Let the Record Show also offers a template for future social movements, with lessons we would all be wise to remember.
Bumblebees are important flower and crop pollinators.
Twin Peaks might have existed without Julee Cruise, but it sure wouldn't have been as much fun.
What really strikes me at the moment is how much we owe Vincent's brother Theo Van Gogh.
Night Beat feels like one of Sam Cooke's most personal recordings.
Transitions require us to slow down, and maybe that's the point.
Registering your work with the U.S. Copyright Office can seem like a chore, but it's still something I recommend if at all possible.