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"Wind It Up" received mostly negative reviews by contemporary pop music critics. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Slezak found the bassline "rubbery" and criticized the song for lacking a melody as well as its reference to Stefani's own clothing line. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic stated that the Neptunes had forced the sampling "into one of their typical minimalist tracks, over which Gwen spouts off clumsy material-minded lyrics touting her fashion line and her shape". Bill Lamb of About.com rated the song three and a half stars, giving it "high marks for entertainment value", but commented that it sounded like a retread of "Rich Girl" from Stefani's debut album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Charles Merwin of Stylus Magazine was mixed on the track, writing that "it's preventing something far less interesting from getting played." John Murphy from musicOMH panned the track as "just horrible, and possibly the worst start to an album this year". Spence D. from IGN characterized the song as "a bugged out Sound of Music bhangra blitz that sounds like part M.I.A. and part Julie Andrews".
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"Wind It Up" met similar success in Europe, reaching number five on the European Hot 100 Singles. The single debuted at number eight on the UK Singles Chart, selling 10,381 downloads in its first week. The following week, it rose to number three (behind Take That's "Patience" and Cliff Richard's "21st Century Christmas") with 17,706 copies sold, earning Stefani her second highest-peaking single in the United Kingdom after "The Sweet Escape". It had less success across the continent, reaching the top 10 in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Norway, and the top 20 in Austria, France, Sweden, and Switzerland.
1 When Jacob met the Lord upon that lonely night,And wrestled there alone until the morning light;He won a princely title to gird him for the right,I want that kind of blessing.
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I've been a performer my whole life. Ever since my first performance of Amazing Grace on the harmonica in my Great Aunt Robina's living room, the stage has had me hooked. I thrive on the immediate feedback of an audience. I love the applause, the laughter, the silence and the connection. As a teaching artist, I used to walk into an elementary school and within minutes, I'd have the whole gymnasium eating out of the palm of my hands. On the edge of their seats, the students would be hanging on every spin of the banakula, every twang of the jaw harp and every big chord of the melodious khaen. The sense of power was palpable. The exchange of energy was magical. Now, I'm mostly housebound. I'm living alone with a nasty version of an illness called ME/CFS and I've lost my stage. There's no crowd of fourth graders circling around me, no sound system, no microphone and no wild applause. It's just me and my phone shooting videos on Instagram, selfies on Facebook and a podcast on Substack. It's lonely here in the digital world of content creation and I'm starving for connection. I'm hungry for validation.
Lately, I've been finding great enjoyment making music in my home. I'm so grateful that I still have the strength to put a chromatic harmonica to my lips and to create something beautiful. I love producing new melodies and I treasure the flow of the creative process. It's usually the highlight of my day. When I'm working out a melody, I'm not thinking about the ringing in my ears or the aching in my legs or the weakness in my constitution. When I\u2019m in the flow, the pain falls off to the side and the joy keeps expanding. That\u2019s the part I like \u2014 being deeply engaged in the moment. Some friends and I call this \u201Ctop line behavior.\u201D It\u2019s the opposite of \u201Cbottom line behavior.\u201D These are the things that nourish my soul and make me glad that I\u2019m alive. Solving the puzzle of a new melody is one of the great joys of my life.
But I recognize that the creative process is more than just the joy and the flow. It includes the doubt in times that are fallow. It includes the longing and the waiting. It encompasses the endless wrestling of the words and the fighting of the phrase. It offers the glorious satisfaction of listening to the final product on repeat and then finally, it calls for the letting go. That's the part I struggle with the most \u2014 the release. When the melody is done, when the episode is finished, I send it into the world and then I face the great unknown. Hungrily, I await your digital response while I question whether I\u2019ll ever create again. Many times, I\u2019ve faced this void and it terrifies me every time. I\u2019m left with the ringing in my ears, the brokenness in my body and old habits of negative thinking that are hard to die. Often, after the work is done, when I should be celebrating, I feel afraid and alone. I wonder if this is all part of the creative process. I wonder if this is all part of living in a body.
"Only the Lonely" is the title track of Frank Sinatra's album of the same name. The song's composers, Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, were asked to write a song for the new project, and this song became the final outcome of their work. On the song, Van Heuson wrote in the liner notes for Only the Lonely: "The lyric came very hard. Session without session without the glimmer of a line. Sammy is as facile a man with words as there is in our business, and I thought changing the melody here and there might be helpful. He wouldn't permit me to change a note."
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