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It usually takes a while — a decade or two — before we can look back at a particular era of American life and see it as something coherent, something whose every aspect is marked by one overarching mood. It takes a certain amount of hindsight to notice how all the wildly different reactions people had to the moment were still, in the end, reactions to the same thing; all the different poses they adopted were still being struck against the same backdrop. But this era — this year, and the last one, and one or two before that — might be an exception. Musicians are no exception. Though there is, in certain genres, plenty of all that as well.
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This feature originally ran in November Rank and File finds us sorting through an exhaustive, comprehensive body of work or collection of pop-culture artifacts. This time, we whistled while we sifted through every song from the Disney Animated Canon. That encompasses the fears, loves, insecurities, dreams, and other things one will likely describe to a therapist as an adult, but other things stick, too. Songs, especially. That stuff lingers. It lasts.
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I remember my first two thoughts when I heard this song for the first time as a very little girl. Dylan is either polarizing or you are not paying attention. They literally tell the story. Music certainly paints a picture and sets a mood, but there is nothing quite like an expertly crafted lyrical narrative.
LGBTQ artists have always been at the forefront of music, spanning every genre and era, but with pop music, these artists have a conduit to express both the pain of isolation and otherness as well as the jubilant feeling of self-love and community. Like Robyn, Carly Rae Jepsen taps into something deeper with her pop hits, not shying away from the feelings of loneliness and disappointment that come with unrequited love. LGBTQ songs may dominate pop and disco music , but they can also be found in rock music and the singer-songwriter realm. The steely-voiced Melissa Etheridge squashed rumours after titling her album Yes I Am and penning one of the most iconic lesbian or otherwise love songs.