Music Is Food For The Soul by Stephen Woods

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Welcome! Music Is Food For The Soul is a music blog focused on the essence of music

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Cultural Connection to the Love of Music

Throughout history music has been embedded into human culture. From the Aborigines in Australia, the oldest continuous culture on the planet, to contemporary society music has been an integral part of people's lives across the world. It has the power to unite, to stimulate emotions and to communicate. Music is an art form with an instinctive influence intrinsic to its creation. It stimulates our senses physically and emotionally and nourishes our inherent need for experience. It touches us deep in our soul. Music is food for the soul.

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Music Is Food For The Soul is an independent blog for music lovers focused on the essence of music created by Stephen Woods.

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Music Is Food For The Soul

Cultural Connection to the Love of Music

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Some Times
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Christmas Playlist 2018
by Stephen Wooods

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Spooky Halloween
by Stephen Woods

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Living the Urban Dream
by Stephen Woods

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Rhys Lewis - I Know The Feeling
by Stephen Woods

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Rhys Lewis Just Raised The Bar
by Stephen Woods

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Rhys Lewis - Living in the City - Single
by Stephen Woods

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Sunshine In Winter
by Stephen Woods

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Alex Clare Album Preview
by Stephen Woods

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Ready for Launch
by Stephen Woods

Snapshot

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Music Is Therapy
by Stephen Woods

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Music Is Instinctive
by Stephen Woods

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Music Is Food For The Soul
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Under the Spotlight
by Stephen Woods

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KJ
by Stephen Woods

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Deep into the Night
by Stephen Woods

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In the Moment
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Throughout History
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Music

The Official Charts Top 40, UK, Spotify Playlist

Quotes

Music is a performance and needs the audience

Michael Tippett

Music has healing power. It has the ability to take people out of themselves for a few hours

Elton John

I can't think of one person I've ever met who didn't like some type of music

Billy Joel