Words: Olivia Walker.
Liverpool Art Fair may have come to an end for another year, but that doesn’t mean the creativity needs to end. It’s never the wrong time to start making your own art. Sometimes all you need is the right background music…
We asked our fabulous team of exhibiting artists to give us one song that never fails to get their creative juices flowing. Narrowing down the suggestions to a more manageable 16 songs wasn’t easy, but eventually we came up with a playlist to inspire any artist!
The Ultimate Creativity Playlist
‘The Look’ by Metronomy >> https://youtu.be/sFrNsSnk8GM
‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Mendelssohn >> https://youtu.be/614ew5HY8vM
‘Suspended in Gaffa’ by Kate Bush >> https://youtu.be/V3XAeg3B0To
‘Never Stop’ by Echo and the Bunnymen >> https://youtu.be/XlPfD9-fRFY
‘So What’ by Miles Davis >> https://youtu.be/zqNTltOGh5c
‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’ by The Beatles >> https://youtu.be/naoknj1ebqI
‘Generator’ by The Holloways >> https://youtu.be/z2M612Xj8cU
‘Take Me to the River’ by Al Green >> https://youtu.be/9FBUgdhxe9M
‘Raspberry Beret’ by Prince >> https://youtu.be/l7vRSu_wsNc
‘Storms in Africa’ by Enya >> https://youtu.be/vWeU-lKBvBg
‘What a Little Moonlight Can Do’ by Billie Holiday >> https://youtu.be/ldwDvw99HHs
‘All Along the Watchtower’ by Jimi Hendrix >> https://youtu.be/TLV4_xaYynY
‘Adagietto (from Symphony 5)’ by Gustav Mahler >> https://youtu.be/15WQNKhaCHY
‘Feeling Good’ by Muse >> https://youtu.be/CmwRQqJsegw
‘Nothing, I know’ by AGM >> https://youtu.be/CBF6Ghdja9k
‘Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien’ by Edith Piaf >> https://youtu.be/t6wjCcWC2aE
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