WK3 Variations on Change

I felt it was only fitting that this week (today in particular) should focus on the changing of the guard in the White House and what it means to a lot of people. So I took some pictures while I was watching the inauguration on TV (so please forgive the quality) and here are some song titles that could work with the theme. If anyone has any other suggestions for songs with "Change" in the title, feel free to share via the comment button below.

A Change is Gonna Come - Sam Cooke
Change - Blind Melon
Changes - David Bowie
Things Have Changed - Bob Dylan


OK, so it's only week 3 and I'm already deviating from the theme, but this series of pictures was taken intentionally while I was out shooting last week... I couldn't resist... What can I say? You see something and it sparks ideas. And even though it's not a song title, it's an album title, which kind of counts, right? (Answer: No, not really. So I'll still add another post this week, based on an actual song title).

Anyway, the following series is titled "Vulgar Display of Power", an album (yes, I still call them 'albums' for some strange reason) by Pantera.

WK1 Pocketful of Kryptonite

By Spin Doctors


New Year.
New Blog.
New Concept.
New Content.

With the new year comes a new experiment, and purpose, for this blog.

Over the next 52 weeks, my goal is to post a picture a week that is based on a song title. This concept has been bouncing around in my head for a while now (as evidenced by some previous post
titles on this blog), but a forum that I frequent recently held a contest based on song title literalisms (I placed 4th) and it has renewed my interest in pursuing this further. For the record, the posts that you will see over the next year have not been planned out in any way. Although I do have a short list of titles and ideas, I hope it will be a constantly evolving concept. So much so, that I welcome anyone browsing this blog to submit requests for songs (or bands, for that matter) that they would like to see here. I'm not going to guarantee anything, but if a title or band triggers something creative, it could very well end up here.

So here we go. Let's kick it off with the aforementioned 4th place entry that sparked this whole thing.