I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you shall assume, For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you. I loafe and invite my soul, I lean and loafe at my ease observing a spear of summer grass. My tongue, every atom of my blood, form’d from this soil, this air, Born here of parents born here from parents the same, and their parents the same, I, now thirty-seven years old in perfect health begin, Hoping to cease not till death. Creeds and schools in abeyance, Retiring back a while sufficed at what they are, but never forgotten, I harbor for good or bad, I permit to speak at every hazard, Nature without check with original energy. The atmosphere is not a perfume, it has no taste of the distillation, it is odorless, It is for my mouth forever, I am in love with it, I will go to the bank by the wood and become undisguised and naked, I am mad for it to be in contact with me. Have you reckon’d a thousand acres much?
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A tribute to miners and the British Miners’ Strike of A Right to Life or anti-choice song. Inconvenience, interrupting other plans. The schedule had no room for you.
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No wonder so many people are single. A few years ago, I spoke to a group of high-schoolers about the Jewish idea of love. I’ll define it, and you raise your hands if you agree. Love is that feeling you get when you meet the right person. And I thought, Oy. This is how many people approach a relationship. Consciously or unconsciously, they believe love is a sensation based on physical and emotional attraction that magically, spontaneously generates when Mr.
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ECM Records picked up on it, though its recording Change Of Heart then stayed in the pipeline for the next four years. True to Speake’s and Stenson’s predilections for songlike and lyrical but mostly unhurried playing, it was predominantly a wistful, yearning session with only a very occasional diversion into a gallop. But Speake’s tonal subtlety on long notes has an eventfulness of its own, and in Stenson’s profound understanding of jazz history, the sophistication of his classical references, and his sparing but tantalising inclination to break into a groove when least expected to, he’s the complete contemporary pianist.
Celebrating 25 years in the music business last autumn, Morris released a retrospective album, After All These Years – featuring originals and creative covers, with illustrious partners including Tom Waits guitarist Marc Ribot. But the raw-nerve nuances, earthy inflections and rugged bluesiness of Morris’s voice make her even more of a magical live performer – so completely does she become her singing self, immersed in notes slurred and twisted to the borderline of abstraction, gospelly call-and-response phrases, lyrics pummelled out of literalness into pure sound, that she seems barely to be inhabiting the same world as her listeners at all.
Her shows are always models of powerful songwriting, atmospheric ensemble playing and passionate delivery.
Guarino laments the lack of raw nerve and deep pain in Swift’s music as a result of her neutrality. He complains that Swift has been conveniently (and undeservingly) grouped with Joni Mitchell.
The single established her tough pop-rock style and briefly captured the full attention of the British press and public. The success of that belligerent charmer led to a deal and an album, which was hindered by such problems as firing the producer halfway through and starting from scratch with another, losing the drummer in midstream and having to find a replacement.
It took more than a year to finish, but it was well worth the wait. Produced in roaring power pop style by Richard Gottehrer, The Right to Be Italian is a new wave classic of romantic ups and downs, leather-jacket rebellion and kitsch culture, carried mightily on Vincent’s tough-girl attitude, full-throated singing, gale-force Brill Building melodies and chunky rhythm guitar presence. The Right to Be Italian wasn’t a commercial success, and Holly broke up the band, remaining in England for a time to soft-launch a solo career.
The stunning result, produced by Mike Thorne, has a misleading title and bears little resemblance to its predecessor. Holly and the Italians plays up Vincent’s voice and songs in a mesmerizing and mature swirl of baroque atmospheres, opaque introspection, sexual ambivalence and psychedelically distorted hallucinations. The striking music is based on violin played by Bobby Valentino of the Fabulous Poodles and keyboards Thorne as much as guitar.
Although Vincent took some flak for recording a totally overhauled version of the Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth,” she does manage to make something new and different out of the well-known tune. Elsewhere, sensitive, moody originals like “Samurai and Courtesan” and “Uptown” contrast with upbeat rockers like “We Danced” and “Honalu,” all displaying a unique viewpoint in subtly evocative lyrics.
Even more than its predecessor, this is an incredible album by an enormously gifted singer, writer and performer. The American release has one different cut and far better sequencing.
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Sunny went away for about four months, and they broke up just because of how long she would be away. But Charles was under the impression that they were still together because Sunny was telling people overseas that they were. Charles and I accidentally kissed one night when we were very intoxicated. We were both expecting Sunny to be extremely mad. When she returned and I told her, she wasn’t mad at all because she started dating a guy while she was away.
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Though she’s lighthearted and loving, Alice is often reckless and, when drunk, even neglects her children: One afternoon, Alice enters their home in a drunken incoherent state. She dismisses the reluctant caretaker, who leaves her alone with her children. Still drinking, Alice is confronted by her elder daughter concerned for her mother’s welfare. In return, she violently slaps Jess, who runs to her room crying. Alice enters the shower. Unable to control her balance and calling for Jess, she falls to the side and smashes through the shower door onto the bathroom floor.
Fearing her mother has died, Jess contacts Michael who immediately flies home to be by his wife’s side. After the incident and while in the hospital, Michael and Alice confront the truth about Alice’s drinking. They jointly decide she must seek professional help for her alcoholism. Upon release from the hospital, a timid Alice enters a rehabilitation clinic.
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April 27, Suburban Excursion Note: Written my first year of college. If you can’t guess, it’s lyrics to a concept album.
He’s trying to get to that raw nerve in almost everyone when it comes to the dark side of love, by pairing lyrics about murder with the sounds of a tender ballad. I think everyone can relate to thinking darker thoughts because of love than they’d ever act on.
Share this article Share Scientists are still searching for answers about the disease, estimated to affect one in , children but difficult to diagnose. Jackie Clark said she knew something wasn’t right with her baby, Gigi, shortly after she was born, even though doctors said everything was fine. Soon they found Gigi had cataracts. They later found a problem with her nerve endings that made her itchy all the time. Cockayne syndrome CS is very rare disease resulting in slow growth in babies as well as rapid aging a form of progeria.
Persons with this syndrome have smaller than normal head sizes, are of short stature, their eyes appear sunken, and they have an ‘aged’ look. It is estimated to affect one in , children but difficult to diagnose. For CS patients who are affected at birth, life expectancy is 3—7 years. Other patients only start to show symptoms in early childhood and their life expectancy tends to be under 20 years.
However, some rare CS patients live significantly longer. Individuals with CS are extremely sensitive to the sunlight and sunburn easily so they mostly stay indoors during normal daylight hours. CS is often described as a ‘progeria-like syndrome’.
Another free self-released “record.” Modern technology has a lot to answer for as it is so easy for bands to release almost everything themselves these days, unleashing their music on an unsuspecting public.
Do you think all diseases will be cured someday? What do you think keeps people in toxic relationships? Do you believe we all have a soul or are we just a series of electrons and neurotransmitters? Do you think technology is destroying us or enhancing our lives? Are you an introvert or extrovert? What was the happiest period of your life?
What does your perfect day look like? What 3 qualities do you admire most in another person?
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You have kind eyes. How does one even get kind eyes? How do I convey warmth and vulnerability all in one glance?
Aide. Pour commencer à remplir la grille, déplacez le curseur sur la case que vous souhaitez compléter et entrez un chiffre à l’aide du clavier.
We talked earlier and he told me that he hates himself, that he doesn’t think he’s a good person. In that moment I felt so frustrated. I said, “This isn’t your fault; it’s not about you not being ‘good enough’ We’ve had more than our share of problems that have been brought on by distinct, ingrained parts of our personalities that have so far proven impossible to change. And that’s why I feel so guilty staying here; I’m using you and your family while I’m feeling like this.
I should leave now; I should go It’s nice having you here. Don’t think about it I don’t care about us being different; I’m easy to please. You make me happy; I don’t want you to leave. You yourself said you’re not a good person; what’s to keep me from thinking the same thing? I wonder if saying that would actually help things–like make him see how he’s acting and have it be a catalyst for positive change in our relationship, make him so angry that he would force me out of his family’s home, or make him do what he’s done after every talk we’ve had: I feel like I haven’t done everything to try to make things work with him; I don’t want to just give up.
I do care about him a lot, but our conversation just made me feel like maybe this is a lost cause and I shouldn’t bother anymore; I should just get out now and cut all the ties.