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Albums of the Week

Julia Maldonado

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It’s time to crack open the books once again and get back into the groove of things. Take some time to reflect on how great the summer was with these two albums.

Bruno Mars’ “24k Magic” is the perfect blend of upbeat music and slower songs. “24k Magic” is a staple song for road trips with friends, while “Too Good to Say Goodbye” can be the anthem for couples who are going their separate ways for college. Lucky for you, being back at college is what you like.

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Sheryl Crow’s “100 Miles from Memphis” has a nostalgic feel to it, since the album itself is about Crow returning to her roots. Returning back to school from your home city can have you feeling homesick. “Summer Day” may remind you of that one special person who made a great impression on you during the summer and “100 Miles from Memphis” can spark the image of a road trip, but through all the hectic school, work and extracurricular activities, be sure to “Stop” and relax once in a while.

Julia Maldonado can be reached at [email protected] or @julianewsblog on Twitter.

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  1. Valerie on August 24th, 2017 3:59 am

    I love Sheryl Crow’s album 100 Miles From Memphis – especially “Stop”. I have seen her perform this song at the piano – amazing! Sheryl is a huge talent and amazing human being.

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