Dear Perceptive Readers, this specific article introduced a special week called:
4 Days of Sweet Surrender ATC Chrissy Costanza
A Sage Return ‘Willing Gift’ Journal Entry
Features and Highlights
Time Period October 25***28 The popularity of ATC caused the week to be extended to November 1, 2020. Were you able to catch the videos?
Did you share the Spotify Playlist above?
For the new readers and listeners who this article caught the attention, then by all means read onward and have a beautiful day.
Are you a person who makes assessments for others? Let me elaborate, we are talking about resources. Yes, you are still here at the right reading article titled ‘4 Days of Sweet Surrender’ A Sage Return ‘Willing Gift.’
Would you not agree with the title and subtitle above, it allows room to elaborate and pontificate the subject?
With that being said, let us continue with ‘assessments’ and ‘resources’ as the foreword mentions, if you will; to this article.
What We Enjoy is a Commodity
Have you ever wondered just how many songs you listened to in your lifetime so far? You can be confident in saying that 99% of the people on the face of this world could not give you an exact number; nor is it necessary to know it for personal stats or edification of a song.
All the same I am asking the following questions of you at this time:
What types of music do you enjoy?
Do you have a favorite band?
Why do you think your choice of music is enjoyable; or yes, even important to you?
You will find in contemplation on the answer to the above questions that music and specific musicians (bands) are more than a DJ’s occupation to feel in a time-slot choice, it may be downright necessity for your quality of life enjoyment.
Against The Current
Here is where the band Against the Current comes to mind as an example of specific songs sticking with you. In fact, certain musical creations remain with our listening palate so much that we desire to keep this band’s channels in our subscribers list and more!
At this point in time, I am going to reference the following article that will explain further their music and this one writer, poet and podcaster interest in the band:
Guest House Chrissy Costanza Summer Start
Commodity and Resources
Before I relate my assessment on the popularity of a group’s talents I want to share the following defining statements: A commodity, when it pertains to a human, is talking labor or services that can be purchase; in this case, I’m talking about Against the Current availability to play in venues or concerts around the world. When it comes to being viewed also as a valuable resource these are some of the following companies proud to have them on board with their mission statement objectives.
A) Guest House (Chrissy Costanza Host) is a VENN production exclusive
B) Rocksound online magazine
C) Did you know the following producers requested them for an important project?
Alex Seaver of Mako ( Songwriter and Producer)
Sebastien Najand ( Composer and Producer) Sept 22, 2017
Song: Legends Never Die
If you decide to research them further, and listen to the interviews, I guarantee you will understand why they are called Against The Current. In their general replies they felt when naming the band, they did not fit solely in one mode or genre of music– not heavy rock but, not contemporary mainstream either.
Now that you are aware of mine and other professionals interests, I am going to share one more point. Chrissy Costanza has a superb singing voice. You should hear her ballets. Have you ever heard her read aloud? Did you know she is also interested in speaking a few other languages during her travels to the orient?
Against The Current – Sweet Surrender (Live Video)
Now my pontificating thoughts. You heard me state in the previous paragraphs I am a writer, poet and podcaster. Yet what is also enjoyable is creating narrated audiobooks! Not with my voice, mind you, but someone else’s fine quality voice and good reading skills. Yes, I can laugh at myself every time I tell someone that.
In my saved research and projects folder, There are a handful of professionals whose names I have in that list for an idea here or there. You are most likely saying, “I bet he has Chrissy Costanza’s name in that valuable research and projects folder!”
Well, all I will conclude with are these 4 statements in response:
1) I agree with Alex Seaver of Mako & Sebastien Najand assessment: “When we heard Chrissy’s voice, we knew there was something special right away.”
2) I started a project that certainly would fit with her talents and flare of personality.
3) What a commodity and resource to have as her resume already shows us.
4) All the same, there are now enough ATC articles and podcast topics at the Product of Culture website, that hopefully will always have a homely feeling for YOU Perceptive Readers and listeners!
A Journal Shared From This Author
Well readers, hope you enjoyed this sharing from my projects, research, and journal entry. If you are wondering about the writing tools I use, I am happy to share the following with you:
- Scrivener for more than 5 years.
- Recently I start using Papyrus Author in the year of 2020.
To say Papyrus is a valuable resource for all writers will certainly ring in your ears!
Once again, I enjoyed sharing with you my future thoughts on writing projects. Of course plans are adjusted and changed, etc… Still, I at least stand by what is stated about the talented professionals mentioned above. Have a great day.
You are Not A Label. Enjoy This Interesting Topic!
James Lynch Jr
Thank you for reading this article and hopefully share it with everyone who follows ATC music. Around the same week this article was written in its final draft, but not publicly published; RockSound published, Chrissy Costanza: This Song Gave Me The Freedom To Be Angry Again, Chrissy Costanza’s personal thoughts on ATC new single that won’t save us.
I enjoyed reading it, and many of you perceptive readers will also appreciate the lead singer Chrissy Costanza’s take on the song.
Here are a couple of quotes and a link to the article with the video!
Chrissy Article Quote 1: “I’m not going to sit here and trash talk ‘Past Lives’, because I still will always love that record and the songs on it. But it was so safe, and so passive, and that isn’t what I wanted to say.”
Chrissy Article Quote 2: “But still, I had so many pent up emotions that were more than just that melancholy/moody space. It’s why playing a song like ‘Talk’ will always be therapeutic to me. Half singing/half yelling that chorus just for you to yell it right back at me is church for me. That song ends and I feel infinitely better than when it began. I wanted that feeling again.”