Musicovery RainyMood.com: Rain makes everything better. desire to inspire - kim's page Last Friday my husband and I had a little dinner date at Absinthe, a restaurant in Hintonburg on Wellington St. I've driven or walked by it I don't know how many times and never had dinner there. So it was about damn time. a little amuse-bouche of...tiny cheese biscuits ~ grapefruit gimlet = grapefruit vodka, fresh lime juice, agave nectar ~ ~ bitter old mule = absinthe, the kraken spiced rum, domaine de canton, orange bitters, ginger ale ~ (my husband had a hard time getting this down) ~ beet salad = goat cheese & walnut & creme fraiche tart, apple fritter, smoked beets, pickled beets, walnut emulsion ~( one of the best appetizers I have ever had ) ~ absinthe steak frites = hangar steak served medium rare, frites, horseradish aïoli, sautéed green beans ~ ~ stuffed chicken breast = goat cheese, granny smith apple and squash stuffing, succotash, yukon gnocchi, rosemary jus ~( one of the best chicken dishes I've ever had ) ~ crème brûlée = tahitian vanilla with gingerbread cookie ~
Bonobo - Kong A Place of Stillness A Gamma-Ray Burst as Music Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter This is awesome. What would a gamma-ray burst sound like? No one really knows, but members of the team that work with the Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) have translated gamma-ray measurements into musical notes and have created a “song” from the photons from one of the most energetic of these powerful explosions, GRB 080916C which occurred in September of 2008. “In translating the gamma-ray measurements into musical notes we assigned the photons to be “played” by different instruments (harp, cello, or piano) based on the probabilities that they came from the burst,” the team wrote in the Fermi blog. The Fermi team created an accompanying animation to help see what is happening: The top panel shows each individual gamma-ray. Beautiful. Source: NASA Blogs/GLAST Tagged as: Fermi Telescope, Gamma Ray Bursts, GRBs
Jimi Hendrix- 'The Tonight Show', NBC TV 7/10/69 Shane Koyczan’s Transcendant Rap In the shower last night, thinking about “my place in the world.” How I grok it now. How my old dreams of “changing the world” by leading some kind of Joan of Arc charge were ego-based and foolish. And yet not! For how else do we begin to relate our inner hopes and dreams to the outer world if not by sporting, at first, a grandly inflated idea of the self? Life, then, knocks you down, bends you over, shaves off the harsh edges, softens, massages, leaves you limp with exhaustion. And inside that darkness, ferment. I now recognize my “place in the world” as one of millions upon millions of awakening beings all expressing/gifting their own unique selves as fully as possible into their own personal spheres, large or small. Every point in the universe reflects the whole — and when penetrated, opens space! Every word, every thought, every breath reverberates everywhere! So live now. Like this: Like Loading...
MuOM.net - Cantos Armónicos Barcelona – MuOM.net The Promise Revealed » Mysterious Spheres Rique Seraphico’s “Mysterious Spheres” 432 Hz CD for Download. 8 October 2014 at 16:34 Rique Seraphico’s award winning “Mysterious Spheres” 432 Hz Music CD Download. (Written By Rique Seraphico). Amigos & amigas, I am currently making available a virtual download link to my 2002 award winning “CD, entitled “Mysterious Spheres“. The CD comprises of 12 Instrumental tracks (I am adding a bonus track + CD covers and poster pictures). I believe this to be my finest music ever, in a career that stretches 4 decades now. Below you can find an MP3 medley I have put together showcasing the CD’s music (available on the download as a bonus track), as well as a feel reviews the CD received at the time it was launched over a decade ago. Mysterious Spheres – CD Sample: To listen a sample (medley) of some of the tracks featured on my CD, “Mysterious Spheres”, please click on the links below. 1) Rique Seraphico’s Mysterious Spheres Medley (UFO Music). Date:2005 (UK). 05 – Planet X (6’45”);
The Promise Revealed » Ryan Marchand – Live-Looping Arranger / Songwriter Ryan Marchand is a songwriter and live-looping artist who has recorded and produced 10 albums of original music. Ryan has been on the road a total of 10 years supporting his music touring North America, Europe and Egypt. He has a tireless energy for creating and playing music that especially shows in his live performances. Using live-looping Ryan creates up-beat pop songs with a positive message layered with beat-box percussion, vocal harmonies, and soaring guitar solos all before your ears and eyes. His latest album ‘The Magic’ was released July 4th, 2014 and contains his original looping material. DOWNLOAD EPK (Electronic Press Kit) Bands Opened For Ziggy Marley; Big Brother & The Holding Company; Apocolyptica; Killswitch Engage; Thornley; Simple Plan; It’s a Beautiful Day; Smile Empty Soul; Trapt; Beduoin Soundclash; Death From Above 1979; David Usher; Scott Huckabay; Moneen Notable Venues/Festivals Producers/Engineers Recorded with Bill Appleberry - Overseas Tours Accomplishments Related
The Hearing Sensitive and the Quantum Enveloping of Words Julian Wash, ContributorWaking Times Greetings humans. Today I wish to return to your consciousness a special quality you were born with. Perhaps it’s more correct to say it’s a gift you’ve had since before leaving the womb, a gift so wonderful and so powerful, yet inexplicably, you may have dismissed it -or far worse, completely forgotten about it. Before verbal phrases and expressions are “taught” to us, the human inclination is to try and extrapolate meaning out of those cumbersome creations called words. Yes, infants, as well as all humans at various life stages, keenly respond to the quality of voice, to tone and inflection -but what I’m about to suggest goes much beyond that. Second Slap on the Butt Babies have it tough in this world. Tone, Inflection and Projection (TIP) Few will argue the importance of these tools used in conversation. I use the term “hearing sensitive” as a catch-all expression for those that can hear at a level beyond what most others remember how to do.
What’s In Your Toolbox: Atiya Jones Living and sometimes working out of her Bed-Stuy brownstone apartment, artist Atiya Jones finds herself “influenced by all that stuff she thought she wasn’t paying attention to in biology and chemistry class.” Creating organic-seeming yet orderly patterns in so many aesthetic mediums, Atiya makes her mark “on surfaces from tabletops, paper, construction panels, glass, and textiles.” Her drawings feel like soft mazes, taking cues from the intricate veining structures of leaves and plants’ biological processes. “I’m attracted to the idea of making scientifically-informed work,” Atiya says. She is currently completing a well-documented artist residency at The Yards in Rochester, NY and is anticipating another with Have Company in Grand Rapids, MI in March. Photography by Caitlyn Barrick What’s in your toolbox? Fill in the blank, “When I am in my studio, I feel ____________.” …like I’m FINALLY, ACTUALLY doing what I’m supposed to be doing with my time and energy. I go outside. Yayoi Kusama.
Hear All of Mozart in a Free 127-Hour Playlist “You can’t have Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart as your favorite composers,” said conductor and San Francisco Symphony music director Michael Tilson Thomas. “They simply define what music is!” True enough, though it doesn’t seem to have stopped anyone from, when asked to name their classical music of choice, unhesitatingly respond with the names of Bach, Beethoven, or Mozart — and Mozart most often. “Mozart did not come from nowhere,” writes New Yorker music critic Alex Ross. The simple click of a mouse, that is, onto this Spotify playlist of the complete Chronological Mozart, brought to you by the same folks who put together the playlists we’ve previously featured of 68 hours of Shakespeare and the classical music in Stanley Kubrick’s films. Related Content: Leck Mich Im Arsch (“Kiss My Ass”): Listen to Mozart’s Scatological Canon in B Flat (1782) German String Quartet Performs Vivaldi & Mozart in Delightfully Comical & Acrobatic Routine