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Started by Steve, April 08, 2007, 08:56:52

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Ulrich

One that fits these days...

It's never enough...

SueC

Very apt song!   :smth023

That's a Simmental on the cover!  What is it with The Damned?  Are they nurturing their hippie side?  At least one of their guys is a backyard vegetable growing enthusiast, too.  :cool

Here's mine, for today.


QuoteWon't you show me
Something true today
C'mon and show me
Anything but this

Inside my future eye
What I see just makes me cry
I'm way down now
I'm way down now

The clocks will all run backwards
All the sheep will have two heads
And Thursday night and Friday
Will be on Tuesday night instead

And all the times will keep on changing
And the movement will increase
There's something about the living, babe
That sends me off my feet

There's breeding in the sewers
And the rats are on their way
They're clouding up the images
Of my perfect day

And I know, I'm not alone
And I know, I'm not alone
And I know, I'm not alone
Anything but this, can you hear me? I said
SueC is time travelling

SueC


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6Enm5OXaJs


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjX22avM8Ls

...as a report has just come in that the above clips aren't working in Europe (though they work fine from Australia) I just wanted to test another source of the same, so please excuse the repeat...


SueC is time travelling

Ulrich

@Sue:
None of them seem to work here (Germany), I can't make out what exactly the problem is.  :?

This is dedicated to Biden & Trump...
It's never enough...

SueC

I've inserted some links, but I don't know they will work either if it doesn't work embedded.  People could search YT for the Warumpi Band - the two tracks are Blackfella/Whitefella, and Nyuntu Nyaaltjirruku (What Are You Going to Do?).

This is also dedicated to Trump (& to a degree Biden):


QuoteI'm dumbing down the world
Yes, I'm dumbing down the world
And my head is held high
And the glint in my eye
And my arrogance rumbles before me!

I'm dumbing down the world!
I'm dumbing down the world!
I'm dumbing down, I'm dumbing down the world!
I'm dumbing down the world!

And my thoughts are banal, like a stagnant canal
and my sycophants shamble behind me

I'm dumbing down the world
Yeah, I'm dumbing down the world
I'm dumbing down, I'm dumbing down the world
Yeah, I'm dumbing down the world!

And my power is come around, is come around
Yes! My hour is come around, is come around - look around!

I'm dumbing down the world
Yes, I'm dumbing down the world

And my works are designed to suck blood from your mind
for you energy feeds and sustains me!

I'm dumbing down the world!
Yes, I'm dumbing down the world
I'm dumbing down the world (and I love it!)
I'm dumbing down the world
SueC is time travelling

Ulrich

Looks like those are "unavailable" in Germany (and possibly elsewhere)...
Just leave 'em in for those who can view them!

Quote from: SueC on November 04, 2020, 12:11:23https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6Enm5OXaJs


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjX22avM8Ls

Edit: this one works here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_DHwp5vYBI
It's never enough...

Ulrich

Right on time for the new lockdown in Germany (& UK too!):

It's never enough...

word_on_a_wing

I love discovering and enjoying a new album. Even though this album was released more than 20yrs ago I'm only recently finding it: Dots and Loops by Stereolab. Some favourite tracks currently are...




"Where the flesh meets the spirit world,
Where the traffic is thin..."

Ulrich

Happy 75th to Neil!

It's never enough...

MeltingMan

Quote from: K A NesiahMozart wrote tons of fugues.  He wrote this double fugue at age 12: https://youtu.be/XidEZEG3W3s?t=1843  Earlier in that choral work he had another fugue: https://youtu.be/XidEZEG3W3s?t=1025  Gould seems completely unaware of most of Mozart's fugues which long preceded this one, perhaps because he was only a pianist. The Adagio and Fugue in this video were extraordinary for their stylistic advancement as they brought romantic sensibility to an archaic style of music.  This music was well ahead of it's time.

Hoch lebe der Herbst!
(Sören Kierkegaard)

L'homme paye après sa mort, le peuple toujours de son vivant: cherchez pourquoi sont tombés les empires? par l'injustice.
(Le livre du sceptre: politique p. 126)

Ulrich

"I can't shake your memory
To that I am resigned
And it doesn't take that much for me
To make that memory shine
You lit up my life and world
With just the look on your face
Then left me living in the shadow of your grace
Seems I can't replace you
Though I try and try..."

It's never enough...