Did anyone else besides Jeff get teary-eyed yesterday watching Adele's performance at the Grammy Awards?
According to psychologist John Sloboda, there's a specific musical device called an "appoggiatura" that produces chills and a physiological reaction--in Jeff's case, a fist-clenching, hand-trembling faucet of man-tears.
On today's episode, we'll go around the table with the songs and movie scenes that pull at our heart strings, and why.
Leaked from 404 Podcast 992:
- Science explains why Adele makes everyone cry.
- Whitney Houston's post-death album price rise? Blame Sony, not Apple.
- 25 extremely upsetting reactions to Chris Brown at the Grammys.
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