Thursday, December 2, 2010

Fresh Songs From Taylor Swift, the Script and More

This time of year is always an exciting time for music - what with new releases from the biggest stars, the announcement of Grammy nominees, and of course, the annual re-emergence of heartwarming holiday music. The latest MIDI songs from Yamaha MusicSoft and Internet Direct Connection, featuring songs from Taylor Swift, the Script, Matt Redman, and more, you can bring all of this new music excitement to your keyboard!

Mine - Taylor Swift
Bringing together the worlds of country and pop music like never before, Taylor Swift's music will be a real breath of fresh air for your keyboard. Like her past hits "Love Story" and "Our Song", "Mine", captures the wide-eyed wonder of young love with a hint of country twang and a wonderful pop arrangement.

The Only Exception - Paramore
Though they're known for their punk rock attitude and upbeat tunes, Paramore this waltz time love song has been one of their biggest hits around the world. And if Taylor Swift is putting a dose of pop into her country songs, you can definitely hear some country in this pop rock tune, too.

Breakeven (Falling to Pieces) - The Script
The Script channels the soaring melodies and heartfelt lyricism of fellow countrymen U2 with this massively catchy song.

Slice - Five For Fighting
Piano driven soft rock from the band that brought you "100 Years" and "Superman".

Keep reading to find new songs from Lily Allen, Estelle, the Drifters and Matt Redman.

Smile - Lily Allen
The first big hit for the British phenomenon, "Smile" has a fresh, funky vibe, and a great organ line that will be tons of fun to play along with on your keyboard.

Let Everything That Has Breath - Matt Redman
In the world of Christian music, there are few bigger names than Matt Redman. "Let Everything That Has Breath" is one of his signature songs, and is a classic of modern Christian worship music. Suitable for the Christmas season, or any time!

American Boy - Estelle
This song set both sides of the Atlantic on fire in 2008, with a wonderful beat that manages to sound both retro an futuristic, created by none other than of the Black Eyed Peas.

This Magic Moment - The Drifters
This legendary slow dance song was also famously covered by Jay and the Americans. A true 60s classic.

- Doug