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Poetry Pages - The Poetry of Jim Morrison

Poetry Pages - The Poetry of Jim Morrison
The Poetry of Jim Morrison Moment of inner freedom when the mind is opened and the infinite universe revealed & the soul is left to wander dazed & confus'd searching here & there for teachers & friends. Moment of Freedom as the prisoner blinks in the sun like a mole from his hole a child's 1st trip away from home That moment of Freedom LAmerica Cold treatment of our empress LAmerica The Transient Universe LAmerica Instant communion and communication lamerica emeralds in glass lamerica searchlights at twi-light lamerica stoned streets in the pale dawn lamerica robed in exile lamerica swift beat of a proud heart lamerica eyes like twenty lamerica swift dream lamerica frozen heart lamerica soldiers doom lamerica clouds & struggles lamerica Nighthawk doomed from the start lamerica "That's how I met her, lamerica lonely and frozen lamerica & sullen, yes lamerica right from the start" Then stop. he enters stage: Blood boots. I'm Me! What are you doing here? Look. I am a guide to the Labyrinth I can

+ H A P P Y P L E A S E The Wily Filipino The Wily Filipino: Killer of Sheep Soundtrack Mix. Killer of Sheep Soundtrack Mix. In musical tribute to Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep, hopefully playing at a theater near you, a soundtrack / mix of sorts, more or less in chronological order: 1. Paul Robeson's "The House I Live In," from Ballad for Americans (kids playing in the ruins near the railroad tracks) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. and a bonus, left off the re-release because the rights couldn't be cleared, but was originally playing in the last slaughterhouse scene: Dinah Washington's "Unforgettable," from Compact Jazz I left off the third movement from William Grant Still's Afro-American Symphony (playing in the first slaughterhouse scene), the section from Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 4 (playing right after "This Bitter Earth"), and Franz von Suppe's Poet and Peasant Overture (also playing in the liquor store scene). Posted by the wily filipino at May 23, 2007 12:23 AM Thanks, very useful. Thanks again . . .

Classical Music: a history according to YouTube An educational and eclectic tour of music from the middle ages to today illustrated with clips from YouTube. The advent of the Internet has allowed users to "see a world in a grain of sand" and "hold infinity in the palm of your hand", even if only for five minutes’ surfing over a morning coffee before the day's tasks begin. Music, in particular, can be disseminated as never before, and for classical aficionados there is always more to discover in this seemingly infinite realm of resources. Even as the Berlin Philharmonic uploads the latest high-definition concert footage, some rare archival gem is lying in wait, freed from the physical confines of a library and unearthed at the click of a mouse. Want to see Callas singing at the height of her powers? Type in "Callas": chances are you’ll find just what you were looking for, alongside something you never knew existed. Of course, with millions of YouTube clips dedicated to classical music there’s plenty of filler to sift through.

FAT BERRI'S | Electronic Music Blog WAVES AT NIGHT Touchsoul TEA Favourites - ALBUMS Difficult second albums, break through first albums and the illusive 'dance music' album. Before I raise the curtain on TEA's top 15 I must first champion two releases which could have easily made the list. The first being Forest Swords and the Dagger Paths EP (not to be confused with the Wu-Tang's Gza and his legendary liquid Swords LP). Although Dagger Paths is an EP, its 6 tracks hold enough weight for it to make TEA's honour roll as to does Adam X's Traversable Wormhole project which saw one of techno musics most exciting remix packages to date. This aside TEA presents its top 15 albums for the year. Forest Swords - Dagger Paths [No Pain In Pop] Traversable Wormhole - Digital Album Version [CLR] 15.Margaret Dygas - How Do You Do [Power Shovel Audio] 14.Brian Eno - Small Craft On A Milk Sea [Warp] 13.Terrence Fixmer - Comedy of Menace [Electric Deluxe] 12.Shed - The Traveller [Ostgut Ton] 11.Mount Kimbie - Crooks & Lovers [Hot Flush Recordings] 9.Caribou - Swim [City Slang]

Hivern Discs Aster han sido invitados por Playground para protagonizar la entrega número 38 de su siempre interesante serie de podcasts. Se trata de un mix de lo más variado que sirve de puerta de entrada a su sonido y que, como dicen desde la web, viene “cargado de ambient, techno y house de altísimo octanaje”. La sesión viene acompañada de una pequeña entrevista en la que podemos conocer un poco mejor este joven dúo de Barcelona. Aprovechamos la ocasión para confirmar que en breve Aster editarán su EP de debut en Hivern. Ah, y otra cosa. Aquí debajo tenéis el tracklist de la sesión. Aster - PG Podcast 038 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

CRAPPY TAXIDERMY Radiohead fait remixer son album pour une série de singles Les déifiés Radiohead ont décidé d'offrir une version alternative à leur dernier album, sous forme de relectures. Du 45 tours collector en perspective, donc. Les fans de Radiohead bavent déjà, et ils ont raison. Le premier opus (jaquette ci-dessus) sortira le 4 juillet prochain. Les 10 dernières news: