What songs make you feel good?

I have about a hundred of them. "Steal My Sunshine" by LEN, "Runaway Jim" by Phish, "Electric Relaxation" by A Tribe Called Quest, "The Biz" by The Sea and Cake, "Lookin' Out My Back Door" by Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Pride and Joy" by Stevie Ray Vaughn, "I Cried For You" by Sarah Vaughan on Columbia, "Jeepers Creepers" by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, Joey de Francesco's "100 Ways" - I mean, the list goes on for pages.

In the realm of classical music, my number one feel-good piece and just generally a top favorite work of mine is Milhaud's Le boeuf sur le toit (1920). Milhaud, a French composer, had spent some time in Brazil; the score is a giant cocktail of Brazilian street tunes and original melodies. The orchestration is radically colorful, and the piece is a ballet to a Prohibition follies scenario by Jean Cocteau. It modulates through nearly every major and minor key.

Here's Alondra de la Parra conducting the Orchestre de Paris, a really fine performance:


Why are animals so weak against environmental change compared to humans (no matter if it's a desert, jungle or city, the human will always adapt to its environment)?

Humans don't adapt well on their own, they are just good at building artificial things to help them adapt. A human will be inferior in the desert compared to desert-specialized animals but (as a group) has ways of building shelter, drilling a

What's the best way to be able to lift heavier weights in the gym?

You haven't provided much details about your routine. So far the only things I could grasp are the below:You train one muscle group once per week.You have 3 sessions per week.You have't given details like:How much you weightHow long you have been liftingHow much you can lift as of nowWhat your goal is; i.e; weight gain/loss or for strength