Friday I'm in Rock: Well, you wonder why I always dress in black

December 01, 2017

Friday I'm in Rock: Well, you wonder why I always dress in black

Black is and, probably, will always be the color that better describes rock music and the people that have inked their skin this powerful yet poetic music genre.

For this reason, we’ve chosen this theme for our first appointment with “Friday, I’m in Rock”, a series in which we select for you the best music for your weekend and to get you through the following week.

"Well, you wonder why I always dress in black"
Johnny Cash

We begin our journey with “Man in Black” by Johnny Cash, the main theme for the playlist and a hymn to dressing in black, and then we move on in times and genres with Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Muse, Rolling Stones, Amy Winehouse and last, but certainly, not list David Bowie with the majestic Blackstar.
Either you’re planning to relax or go clubbing during the weekend, let this playlist be your companion.

What are your favorite Black themed songs? Let us know in the comments on our Facebook page.

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