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We’ve done our best to insert links that match, or at least come close to, references in the book. We also try to monitor the site for broken/deleted links. But, if you discover that a link is broken or if you have a link suggestion, please contact us to let us know.
The Story behind “The MUSIC”:
In our recollection drafting process, we felt compelled to include a wide range of songs featuring titles or lyrics that seemed to fit whatever scene or moment we were writing about. Sampling song titles and lyrics as we drafted made us laugh and smile even more. The universally associative—and connective—power of music: It made us feel good!
Our desire is to give readers a sublime, interactive, and entertaining visceral experience in celebration of the soundtracks of our lives that each of us carries and so often shares. As the celebrated American classical pianist Van Cliburn told a reporter: “We need music to tell us why we are living.” Or something like that. . . .