Put Me To Sleep

May 14, 2009 § Leave a comment

Oh, Emmy Rossum is still making music?

Emmy Rossum — Deeply Moving [click to watch, embedding impossible]

I liked her first [and only?] single but got tired of it after awhile, and this one doesn’t seem promising either. Rossum has the advantage of already being a celebrity, so she should have the resources necessary to make good music, and she does have a good voice, but this 22-year-old is as vanilla as Mandy Moore was a decade ago, and I’m not sure what audience she’s trying to reach by singing with such a high, airy tone.

The music video doesn’t help. The high quality is pleasant, but makes some parts seem fake, like she’s performing in front of  a green-screen, and although Rossum is pretty, she really is not interesting enough to carry this whole video til the end of the song. Booooring!

I wouldn’t mind if John Legend put me to sleep. And by put me to sleep, I mean put me to bed, and by put me to bed, I mean . . .

Anyway, I didn’t know he had a new music video out, but it’s exciting because it’s my favorite song from the album.

John Legend — Everybody Knows

Vodpod videos no longer available.

It’s interesting to note how many different couples he put in his video. White people, black people, old people, gay people. And at the end! Those shoulders! [!!!!]

I wish we gave it one more try — I wonder if you ever feel this way?

I guess this next video has been out for a while, but this is the first time I’ve seen it, though I’ve been in love with this song for some time. It’s kind of like John Mayer’s “Slow Dancing In A Burning Room” [which I just recently discovered] except not depressing.

Robin Thicke — Dreamworld

Vodpod videos no longer available.

He kind of looks like Pierce Brosnan. That’s pretty much the only explanation I have of my slight attraction to him; it’s not that he’s ugly, just not my type. The music video itself is boring, but I spent the entire 4 and a quarter minutes staring at him fantasizing about James Bond.



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