What music are you listening to or playing today?

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I am listening to 50 Words for Snow which is Kate Bush's latest album. It is wonderful. Atmospheric, evocative, beautiful and it has reall helped a me a lot over the last few fraught days. Tracks come into my mind and play themselves just when I need them. Check out Snowflake:

'I was born in a cloud.....now I am falling.

I want you to catch me

Look up and you'll see me.

You know you can hear me.......' Sung by Kate's son in treble and then her voice answering him in a beautiful dialogue that works on so many levels.

The two other great tracks are Snowed in at Wheeler Street about reincarnation and a couple's relationship over the millenia and Wild Man which is about the legendary Abominable Snowman. The whole album is gorgeous and no I'm not on commission! Just a lifelong Kate Bush fan.......

 

I've been listening to Pandora Radio on the computer, particularly Loreena McKennitt (Holiday) Radio and White Christmas Radio.  I don't remember if I set them up myself, or if I found them already there, but it's holiday music that appeals to me.

I'm listening to Grooveshark today - a bunch of old stuff -  stuff I listened to back in my college days:

Cat Stevens, Tim Buckley, Peals Before Swine, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Donovan, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moody Blues, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, It's a Beautiful Day, Ravi Shankar, and so forth.....

I am listening "Starlight" By Muse

 I'm listenin' to T-bone Walker in Youtube :-)

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9QBlgRAk-0

 

 I love this song!!!     Ayo - help is coming

 ... one of Bob Marley's  theosophical songs.... tell the children the truth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNZcf8WtBiY

 guitar!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMKzEiMoxUk&feature=related

 

 ... no more clues... hehehehe ;-)

 .... the song that the soul sings to the personality.... choosing Mick Jagger as the vehicle for this message proves that there is sense of humour in the other side

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHVeyo4W18U

 

 

As always, the FOO FIGHTERS. besides being in my #1,2,3 and possibly 4 in my playlist, also some other great grunge-era rock, alternative rock, good dosage of oldies but goodies (when in Ensenada I listen to the 105.7 FM The Walrus Station of oldies And in Mexicali is another good AM oldies station 940 oldies) Some good Electronic music...

Also I like a lot Bebop-Cool Jazz, Free Jazz, Funky Jazz, and all of the great Soul music... 8-)

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5TwT69i1lU&feature=related 

 What a wonderful world, by Louis Armstrong :-)  enjoy!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51IScrIuQVE 

 The fool on the hill, the man with a thousand voices talking perfectly loud, by The Beatles (one of Paul's best songs)

 Here is a comment copy&pasted from the Youtube wall:

From what I've heard, McCartney and a friend were out with Martha when she got away from them. A strange man brought her back to them. They turned around for a second to do something and when they turned back to thank the man he simply disappeared. There were no trees or anything nearby. Just a hill.

And McCartney swears he was not on any psychedelics when this happened.

I don't know if this is a true story. I just read it on SongFacts.

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