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    I am basking in the afterglow of an amazing live show from Lansing's Frontier Ruckus with Chris Bathgate, along with the Sisters Lucas, in the lobby of the Guardian Building.

    Simply amazing.

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    I remember that summer when Regina showed up on the scene, chaperoned by Marcus Belgrave. Seemed EVERY jazz stage I sat in front of, she appeared on...didn't matter if it was Orange Lake Drive, Alexander Zonjic, or whatever, this perky and energetic and enthusiastic young lady would just blow them off the stage with her violin...and they all loved her.


    This morning I'm soaking up some energy from the Toy Matinee...a disc I got from the DTS people seven or eight years ago...and I seem to only play it twice a year. Great harmonic energy and driving rhythms...not a bad way to start a Friday.

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    Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted - I'm feelin' all rough and raw today, must be the weather.

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    I was turned on to Charlyn Marshall aka Cat Power last night on Austin City Limits. What a voice, easy on the eyes for a skinny girl too.

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    Bruce Cockburn iTunes playlist. Then I'm going to pump it up a bit for the end of the night, maybe some Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros.

  6. #81

    Default Her Morning Elegance / Oren Lavie


    For fun Facts about the video visit -
    http://www.myspace.com/orenlavie

    Oren Lavie music on iTunes-
    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZ...

    Her Morning Elegance
    Directed by: Oren Lavie, Yuval & Merav Nathan
    Featuring: Shir Shomron
    Photography: Eyal Landesman
    Color: Todd Iorio at Resolution
    © 2009 A Quarter Past Wonderful

    "Her Morning Elegance" written and produced by Oren Lavie, from the Oren Lavie album The Opposite Side of the Sea
    © 2009 A Quarter Past Wonderful/Adrenaline under license from Tuition

    The lyrics:
    Sun been down for days
    A pretty flower in a vase
    A slipper by the fireplace
    A cello lying in its case

    Soon she's down the stairs
    Her morning elegance she wears
    The sound of water makes her dream
    Awoken by a cloud of steam
    She pours a daydream in a cup
    A spoon of sugar sweetens up

    And She fights for her life
    As she puts on a coat
    And she fights for her life on the train
    She looks at the rain
    As it pours
    And she fights for her life
    As she goes in a store
    With a thought she has caught
    By a thread
    She pays for the bread
    And She goes...
    Nobody knows

    Sun been down for days
    A winter melody she plays
    The thunder makes her contemplate
    She hears a noise behind the gate
    Perhaps a letter with a dove
    Perhaps a stranger she could love

    And She fights for her life
    As she puts on her coat
    And she fights for her life on the train
    She looks at the rain
    As it pours
    And she fights for her life
    As she goes in the store
    With a thought she has caught
    By a thread
    She pays for the bread
    And She goes...
    Nobody knows
    Nobody knows

    And She fights for her life
    As she puts on her coat
    And she fights for her life on the train
    She looks at the rain
    As it pours
    And she fights for her life
    As she goes in the store
    Where the people are pleasently strange
    And counting the change
    As She goes...
    Nobody knows
    Nobody knows

    Nobody knows
    Why is she "fighting for her life"? She seems content. What's that story?

    People are trying to crack the meaning at songmeanings.net.

    http://orenlavie.com/
    Last edited by Jimaz; November-05-09 at 07:24 PM.

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    I had the new John Doe and the Sadies cd on during breakfast this morning.


    http://www.yeproc.com/artist_info.ph...articleId=6023

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    Collie Buddz - Come Around

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    Bon Iver - Creature Fear

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    Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio
    which was preceded by Grover Washington, Jr. - Soulful Strut

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    Bobby Marchan - Get Down With It

    coming up...
    Mable John - Sorry About That
    Don Covay - Mercy, Mercy
    Archie Bell & The Drells - There's Gonna Be A Showdown
    Roy Orbison - Mean Woman Blues
    Majors - A Wonderful Dream
    John Fogerty - Blue Boy
    Stan Mosley - Don't Make Me Creep
    Shemekia Copeland with Ruth Brown - If He Moves His Lips

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    Frank Sinatra - Summer Wind

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    A mixed bag but fun nonetheless.

    Zero 7
    Peter Bjorn & John
    Sam Roberts Band
    Tegan & Sara

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    Django what do you prefer wildebeasts or the 400lb club? For a skinny chick wtf?

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    Hold Steady - Stay Positive.

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    Rajdet, you spent a few minutes of your morning listening to one of my very favorite songs. Beyond improvement.

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    Ravine, that is a great song.
    Lecolion Washington - Legacy: Works for Bassoon by African-American Composers

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    Issac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul

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    Banda Black Rio - "Gafieira Universal"

    http://www.last.fm/music/Banda+Black...eira+Universal

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    Black Moon "Enta da Stage"

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    Hugh Masekela - Grazing in the grass

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    Mopey, pre-disco era Bee Gees.

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    New diana Krall, in which she covers ""how Can You Mend A Broken Heart," though I haven't gotten that far yet.

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    Visiting the sixties, again....

    "Well I'm about to get UPSET
    From watchin' my TV
    Been checkin' out the news
    Until my eyeballs fail to see
    I mean they say that every day
    Is just another rotten mess
    And when it's gonna change, my friends
    Is anybody's guess

    So I'm watchin' and I'm waitin'
    Hopin' for the best
    Even think I'll go to prayin'
    Every time I hear 'em sayin'
    That there's no way to delay
    That trouble comin' every day
    No way to delay
    That trouble comin' every day"
    by Frank Zappa

    I guess the job search has dampened my spirit!!
    Last edited by Bobl; May-04-09 at 04:13 PM. Reason: credit added

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobl View Post
    Visiting the sixties, again....
    I guess the job search has dampened my spirit!!
    Hang in there Bobl!

    Charles Mingus - Gunslinging Bird

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