Here is an exercise: Think of a piece of music that you love or hate. Got it? Can you hear that wonderful (or annoying) rhythm in your head? But here is the million dollar question — Were you able to recall that tune without remembering the title of that music? If you were (or even if you weren’t), there may be a very good reason why and it has very little to do with the number of records sold and everything to do with brain physiology. Interested in learning more? Read what researchers have recently discovered about the connection between music and naming in this article at Scientific American. They conducted a scientific study to find out which parts of the brain are important for naming a famous song.