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“Shape of Water” by Saint and Kings

The Shape of Water Saint and Kings Shape of Water Saint and Kings Lately it's been heavyall my friends have been in trouble by the poundAnd they're spread outand there is only so much of me to go around Asking how things are going to go is like asking, "What's the shape of water?"The condition […]

No Hard Feelings

No Hard Feelings George Kelly (Don't worry. No singing on this one. 😉 )

I Overshot You (demo)

I Overshot You George Kelly I believe in energy and mass and light and gravity I believe in engines you can calibrate with instruments I believe that we should have found a way to unite A way to harness large forces to our tiny desires I overshot you I overshot you I'm out of your […]

Listening is hard, choosing is harder

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Next come DJing, breakdancing, beatboxing, and emceeing

[…] The adviser said that he had heard from a source in Iran that the Revolutionary Guards have been telling religious leaders that they can stand up to an American attack. "The Guards are claiming that they can infiltrate American security," the adviser said. "They are bragging that they have spray-painted an American warship—to signal […]

Fires burn, heart beats strong, sing out loud the chain gang song.

Grace Jones – Slave to the Rhythm Rhythm is both the song's manacle and its demonic charge. It is the original breath. It is the whisper of unremitted demand. I. Penman, "The Annihilation of Rhythm." YouTube.com, Universal Music Group: Grace Jones, "Slave to the Rhythm Version 2" Discogs.com: Grace Jones, "Slave to the Rhythm" Google […]

‘To give a feeling of connection and relevance’

Royal Festival Hall Gala Celebration 5 […] "Everything in life is about personal relationships – including the way one feels about music. I want to create as many opportunities for people to have that 'aha' moment – give people the chance to really connect with the composers." […] […] "Musicians, like actors and writers, can […]

The man who killed the delirious party of late Romanticism

Glenn Gould – Webern […] Gould' s thoughts on ‘ideal' music were most vividly expressed in a few lines he wrote about Jan Sibelius in 1974: “at its best, his style partook of that spare, bleak, motivically stingy counterpoint that nobody south of the Baltic ever seems to write.” Spare, bleak, motivically stingy counterpoint. You […]

B major, suspended

Silkscreen T […] So, however rude and annoying Obama got in his repeated insistence that he would not dislodge the earbuds from his senatorial ears, I felt the strong urge to make him comfortable, happy, and part of the party. "Tell me what kind of music you like." I said, "Maybe we have a CD […]

Songs I’m not listening to on the radio

If Everyone Cared ILX: […] No one's mentioned "If Everyone Cared" yet. It's Nickelback's "Imagine," and I can't think of anything less suited for them. I mean, Kroeger is suggesting that how if everyone just dropped their weapon and started carrying flowers and cared and shared and loved and gave each other a big group […]