What are you listening to? Part, say, 13.
Les Lutins En Orbite
Well after that sun shower maybe Gene Kelly? Or am I just a fool in the rain?
[quote=Zeppelin]I'll run in the rain till I'm breathless
When I'm breathless I'll run till I drop, hey
The thoughts of a fool's kind of careless
I'm just a fool waiting on the wrong block, oh yeah
Light of the love that I found...[/quote]
That's easy for you to say.
John Coltrane, Soultrane and Dakar.
Been on a country music kick this week - mostly old Kristofferson, Cash, Dolly Parton, and some Shania Twain. Better than that phony artifical crap found on CMT these days. I saw Kristofferson live at a coffee house in Ottawa 40+ years ago around the time of his very first album.
Well my old MP3 player died (it had a long life) and I have been spending the afternoon ripping CDs to fill up the replacement one (a quarter the cost of the ancient one, and 3.5 times the capacity) - so I have been hearing a lot of Joan Armatrading. R.E.M., The Replacements and The Roches too (can you tell the "Rs" are on my desk as I type), but mostly Joan.
iPod is on shuffle as usual. Today's highlights: Sloan, "The Barber of Seville" overture, Sugar Cubes, Stump, Meat Beat Manifesto. Currently The Futureheads
Have gone back to the 60s and 70s with Dusty Springfield and Linda Ronstadt. Good stuff.
Which Side Are You On? Natalie Merchant
Photos from the earlier class wars and union strikes and then photos from 2011. Beautiful version a song performed by many.
Chris Thile & Michael Daves - "20/20 Vision"
The Beach Boys-Surfin' U.S.A. (a vintage British vinyl pressing)
There is no movement without rhythm
Now that's a great video. Reminds me how much music's always been an ever-present companion. I'm in a rediscovering triphop phase just now. Antrabata
'Porcelain', Moby from the film The Beach and imagining I'm there "in paradise" on Ko Phi Phi Lee island. As the character Etienne said, it's so effing beautiful.
John Coltrane, Blue Train
Not quite 100 posts, but closing for version 14 ...
Oh, and listened to Sex Pistols, Moby and Led Zepplin today (oh, and David Bowie -- Ziggy Stardust).