I've been using Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet as my study music for the past few months, but it tends to get a bit "epic" at times and then suddenly change to sleepy times which makes for a rough time staying in an even mood to make it through an eight hour history study session. But I have found the perfect replacement...the original soundtrack from Breakfast at Tiffany's...it took a while to track it down as the only full soundtrack that appears to be available is actually a jazz rerecording, but I think I've managed to piece together a pretty complete tracklisting by picking through random Mancini compilations.
Study music - Illusions, Not Tricks
Tricks are things whores do for money, or Cocaine.
09 July 2008 @ 01:57 am