Enjoying this one… I don’t think i’ve listed to a TMBG album all the way through since Flood.
A playlist created by yours truly all about beverages. From coffee and tea to whiskey and beer. Enjoy, and drop me comment of other drink related songs, I might just add them to the list.
Possibly the best saxaphone solo ever.
Somone apparently let a powerchord with a drum kit write some music for a change. deliciouso!
This is probably the oddest thing I’ve come accross in a while. Cello and Pedal Steel Guitar playing Satie’s Gnossienne Suite. I can’t even decide if I like the combination of the two instruments… but it’s interesting to say the least.
I think it’s interesting that i can listen to this piece over and over again and be compleltey facinated. Trying to folllow the downbeat and listening to it stay constant when I am sure it would have to change, and then morph when I least expect it to.
I found this album today, thinking it was all bulgarian choir music but with a wonderful stroke of luck it turned out to be recordings from a world music festival. Somehow a perfect mixture of different world traditions that fit together without really fitting together. Ended up being the perfect music to lazily read to and then fall sleep to in my livingroom recliner on a cold new years eve afternoon.
I heard about this album on NPR yesterday and finally got a chance to sit down and start listening. Extremely bold idea. Personally I think this is brilliant, and the type of convergence of musical genres that can bring a new generation back into appreciation of the classics.
Heard this one at work today with Lisa. I haven’t been able to get it out of my head. Yummy.
Journal Entry Saturday September 15th 2012