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Amy Lee on Lean Forward Podcast Episode

Amy Lee

Amy Lee of Evanescence has sold over 20 million albums worldwide, sells out arenas throughout the world, and has had radio hit after hit in multiple countries, and for some reason decided to sit down with Jay and Jacob to chat about it all. In Episode 15, the fellas dig deep with Amy about all things music including working on her new album “Synthesis” (which debuted at number 8 on the Billboard 20 charts) with David Campbell (Beck’s dad). Post-show, she also sent along her own quick hits with descriptions of why she likes the tunes she picked. And Jay & Jacob included their own Best of 2017 playlists.


Amy LeeAmy’s Picks

  1. K Flay, Giver – I’m really into this girl right now, hard to pick just one song to share. This is from her latest album. She started out by making some hip hop music as a joke in college and then realized she loved making music and started doing it for real. I think she is seriously talented.
  2. Glasser, Apply – I love this. It hits me right in the Bjork. It’s dark and heavy and primal and innocent at the same time.
  3. Bjork, Blissing me – It’s impossible to choose one Bjork song from the new album, to sum up, or represent it. There are too many aspects worth focusing on, it’s something that you have to go through, you really have to listen to the whole thing. One of my favorite parts of the new album is its lyrics. The poetry. Most of the songs could just be read without music and stand alone as a great poem. I chose Blissing Me, because listening to the words and hearing the story play out made me smile, and connect with my own feelings and experience about music. Also, they remind me of classic Bjork- Headphones from Post.
  4. Kiara, Gold – In contrast, I’m not sure this song means anything at all. They chopped bits of her singing a fully written part, scrambled and reposted them into a new melody made of clippings. It’s fragmented and fantastic.
  5. Erykah Badu, Phone Down – This is from the album Mixtape. Every song on the album has something to do with phones and it’s awesome. I saw this live at the King’s Theater in Brooklyn, NY last year and she was unbelievably cool.

Source: Lean Forward

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