Sandy Pearlman, the man who first applied the term "heavy metal" to music, has been using the concept of frisson, long used to explain "goosebumps" in film, as a way of describing music. In a recent essay at DWT he explains his concept and gives examples like Bach, Magnificat; Beethoven; Berlioz, Requiem; Holst, The Planets; The Doors, Light My Fire and When the Music’s Over; Patti Smith, Horses and Bird Land; Gordon Lightfoot, The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald; etc. How about "April Skies" by Jesus and Mary Chain song from Darklands? Or, better yet, pick a song and explain why you think it's an example of frisson. The best paragraph wins the writer a 5 disc Byrds box set, There Is A Season. Send your paragraph to downwithtyranny AT aol DOT com.