I would imagine I am not the only American music fan who didn’t know Shakira existed until her single “Whenever, Whenever” was on repeat on every music station in 2001. Whenever, Whenever was the lead single for Shakira’s English language album Laundry Service, which was her 5th studio album. I didn’t know of any ofContinue reading “Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums: 496 Shakira – Dónde Estan Los Ladrones?”
This compilation album is full of heart. I really enjoyed the different voices and instrumentation choices. Because this album is not in English I don’t know what they were saying. However, that doesn’t keep one from enjoying the music. This Album was originally released in 1985. Several of the artists have been featured with popularContinue reading “Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums #497 – The Indestructible Beat of Soweto Volume One”
I really didn’t know what to expect from this album. I had never heard of them before, so I decided to do a little background reading on the Wikipedia machine. The band consists of two members, Alan Vega and Martin Rev. This debut album is best described as a electro-punk. The themes they tackle inContinue reading “500 Greatest Albums – 498 “Suicide” by Suicide”
I’m working through Rolling Stone’s 2020 list of the 500 Greatest Albums. Listen to Rufus & Chaka Khan’s “Ask Rufus.”
I’m working through the Radiolab back catalog. I talked about the sound podcast on Monday. Today I finished the episode about Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Amazing! I think I will have to see The Ring sometime in my life Download thai episode here: http://www.radiolab.org/blogs/radiolab-blog/2008/jan/01/the-ring-and-i/
It’s sunday, it’s sunny, how about a little U2?
A lot of the starbucks cups have been lame lately but when there is one that I like I feel compelled to share it. Today i received one such cup “Music can lift us out of depression or move us to tears – it is a remedy, a tonic, orange juice for the ear. ButContinue reading “The Way I See It #267”
So I have been listening to DCB- Remedy a lot since I got it, and I am really diggin’ “O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing”. This is one of the hymns that I really love. But I love that the chorus that they added to the song. I love hymns, and I love whenContinue reading “David Crowder Band – O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing”
This week I promptly picked up the latest offering for David Crowder Band – Remedy. I’ve spend a few days listening to it, and I like it. This is a much more straightforward album than A Collission. The theme of Remedy seems to be saying that Jesus wants to heal us and the world aroundContinue reading “David Crowder Band – Remedy – review”
Download Robbie Seay Band’s — Give Yourself Away for Free. This is some really great music. Check it out.