Trouble Songs: Music and Conflict in Northern Ireland by Stuart BailieThis is the story of music and conflict in Northern Ireland since 1968. Trouble Songs is related by Bono, Christy Moore, the Undertones, Stiff Little Fingers, Orbital, Kevin Rowland, Terri Hooley, the Rubberbandits and the Miami Showband survivors. Musicians from punk, folk, rave and rock have responded to violence, bigotry and shocking events. The soundtrack includes remarkable work by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Sinead O’Connor, the Pogues, the Cranberries and Elvis Costello.
Stuart Bailie, a Belfast-based music journalist and broadcaster, has spoken to over 60 participants and reveals many untold histories. Trouble Songs is an alternative hearing of the conflict, a testament to music’s value as a persuader, agitator and peacemaker.
Trouble Songs has been supported by the British Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. It is published by Bloomfield Press, a collaboration between the author and Eastside Arts, Belfast.
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It was released on October 9, , in the United States by Big Machine Records as the third promotional single from the album. It was written by Swift, Max Martin and Shellback , with the production handled by the latter two. The song had sold 5. During her performance at the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas , Swift told Rolling Stone magazine that she would start unveiling the songs from her fourth studio album, Red , one-by-one. What costumes are we gonna have? The song was written by Swift, Max Martin and Shellback , the latter two also producing the track. The song is about being frustrated with yourself because here you are heart-broken and you knew when you first saw that person you saw all these red flags and you just went for it anyway, so shame on me.
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Happy Taylor Swift Release Day! You are not alone in this guessing game. So, as is tradition whenever Swift drops a new album, Vulture now presents our best guesses as to who, exactly, Taylor Swift is singing about on each and every one of her new songs. If your name is Jake Gyllenhaal, you might just want to close the tab right now. December That makes them both Sagittariuses, which is, of course, one of the three fire signs read your Susan Miller.
Due to strong digital sales, the song debuted at number three on the Billboard Hot , selling more than , copies within its first week, making it Swift's fourteenth entry in the top ten. When Swift previewed the song on Good Morning America on October 8, , she said that it was "one of [her] favorite songs on the album because it sounds just as chaotic as the feeling was when I wrote it. The song is about being frustrated with yourself because here you are heart-broken and you knew when you first saw that person you saw all these red flags and you just went for it anyway, so shame on me. The song was released to mainstream radio in the US as the third single from the album Red, on November 27, , while in the UK it was released as the second single from the album on December 10, A CD single was released on December 13, along side with the music video to Swift's official store and Amazon. The CD single was individually numbered and was sold by itself or in a package with t-shirt, a Red drawstring backpack, and a spiral notebook.
They say you should write what you know, and Taylor Swift has always been a confessional songwriter. This hit single from Red is obviously about Jake Gyllenhaal. This track from Speak Now features lyrics about a boy Taylor barely knew. She'd just dated the late Cory Monteith for under a month. If the shoe fits! This number from Red is definitively about Harry Styles. After performing it at the Grammys and mocking a British accent, Taylor stated, "Well, it's not hard to access that emotion when the person the song is directed at is standing by the side of the stage watching.