Dollopween 13: Thinking Sideways: Gloomy Sunday

Podcast and Podcasters: We return to Thinking Sideways and Devin, Joe, and Steve: Episode: Gloomy Sunday

In 1933, Hungarian pianist Rezső Seress composed a song titled Gloomy Sunday, but is now known as the Hungarian Suicide Song due to the reportedly high number of people who commit suicide while listening to it.

Why I chose it: What a delicious urban legend, and what a delightfully eerie idea. The added frisson of do you listen to it…?

Recommended reading: More fun with dangerous media…

And don’t forget to listen, if you dare…

Billie Holliday

Artie Shaw feat. Pauline Byrne

Mel Torme

Lydia Lunch (on Josh’s Blair Witch Mix Tape)

What is Dollopween?

Digiprove sealCopyright secured by Digiprove © 2016 Carla Hufstedler

About Carla

This Bluestocking bookworm is your friendly Dollop web-wrangler and digital library curator. In other words, pay no attention to that woman behind the curtain.
I’m just here to John Nash all this stuff together. It’s all about connections. IT’S ALL CONNECTED.
I live atop a mountain, geographically isolated for the protection of others. Yes, an American mountain.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *