Tune of the Day for Thursday 6 August 2020: Dog Was A Doughnut by Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band

Some summery calypso vibes today courtesy of the Germany-based Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band. Interestingly Dog Was A Doughnut is a cover of a Cat Stevens tune that became a cult tune within hip hop circles, where it has been sampled extensively. My first experience of the original tune was via hip hop, and like many, it came as a surprise to learn many years later that it was a Cat Stevens tune, as the electro crossover hit was nothing like what the singer-songwriter was known for. Dog Was A Doughnut today is a reminder to expect the unexpected with your creativity, in other words don’t do yourself a disservice by attempting to squeeze your creative powers in to a box. Your true self is many things and has many “strings to their bow”, and so do not be surprised if you express yourself creatively today in a way that you may or may not have expressed before and it turns out to be a masterpiece.

Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band

Tune of the Day is a new divinatory series here on my blog where I share some musical vibes. Music is a very powerful tool with numerous messages to be gleaned from a tune, whether it’s got vocals on it or it’s purely instrumentals. It also has massive healing benefits too.

Whether you have an ear for music or are simply looking for divination of a different medium altogether, music most certainly moves us and offers guidance. And just like with tarot and any other form of divination, music will have different meanings to different readers or in this case listeners. With each Tune of the Day I provide a general overview of some of the messages I’ve got from the track, but of course you may listen to it and get different signs or symbols. Enjoy!

Rosalind Medea is an Intuitive Reader, Spiritual Life Coach, and Relationships Counsellor.

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