'Pop' Psychology: Putting Rock and Roll Music on the Psychoanalytic Couch
June 01, 2005
Music as a creative expression can rouse emotions. Sometimes, music can be used as a means of exploring those emotions and making a connection between musician and listener. Two examples, the Beatles' White Album and the Talking Heads' Remain in Light, show how music can do more than soothe the savage beast--it can also tell us something about ourselves.