Posts Tagged ‘ music ’

Zeitgeist Spam: Eric Burdon: “If you want to find the truth in life, don’t pass music by.” Music is nothing but the wind. Jefferson Airplane: “I said to the wind when it took me away, that’s where I wanted to go today.”

Source: Zeitgeist Spam: Eric Burdon: “If you want to find the truth in life, don’t pass music by.” Music is nothing but the wind. Jefferson Airplane: “I said to the wind when it took me away, that’s where I wanted to go today.”

Chat écoutant la musique – Chris Marker – YouTube

Janelle Monáe’s Political Sex

Janelle Monáe, Dirty Computer

Monáe’s Dirty Computer is an ambitious, politically outspoken, all-encompassing pop-R&B statement album.

Source: Janelle Monáe’s Political Sex

Bernstein: West Side Story – Somewhere / Bernstein · Horne – YouTube

West Side Story, Bernstein’s love letter to the world, is a story as old as Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, set in New York City’s West Side in the late 1950s. A story as old as the world about true love between two people, a love scorned by society, but one which  brings light to this dark world. The life force includes sexuality for the survival of the species, but love is free to choose.

If I were a film producer, I would create a new West Side Story, one with two women as Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers, befitting the current time in our world as it recoils from, even as it embraces, the strength and the truth of love between two women. There is a place for two such as these, somewhere. There is a time for us to gather, time to spare, share.

We’ll find a new way of living, we’ll find a way of forgiving, somewhere. Hold my hand and we’re halfway there, hold my hand and I’ll take you there, somehow, some day, somewhere.

Thank you, Maestro Leonard Bernstein.  – Donna Fleischer for word pond

▶︎ The Wyrding Module

4 track album

Source: ▶︎ The Wyrding Module

Source: THE WYRDING MODULE | Revolt of the Apes

Readers for August 5 Syllable: A Reading Series

Donna Fleischer

 

Sunday, August 5th      Little River Restoratives, Hartford, CT       7:00 pm

 

Featuring poets and writers Tess Scriptunas, Donna Fleischer,
Danielle Bonanno, Andrew Altamirano, and alexandria hicks,
with music by Lake Geneva

 

Little River Restoratives
405 Capitol Ave.
Hartford, CT
(860) 403-0340
lrrhartford.com

Source: Readers for August 5 Syllable Series | Syllable: A Reading Series

Gilbertson Guitar Concerto Mov. I (excerpt) – YouTube