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Tag Archives: Music
Let’s not forget about the Huli people. A quick search on Google tells me they have been discovered by now. The odd tribe in Papua New Guinee where the ultimate goal in style for men is to wear wigs, and … Continue reading
PS: 20022019 | Eva Cassidy singing. I put the music up again, as I keep repeating it. The Soundtrack Of Now, to me.
Eva Cassidy, I didn’t know her, my sister* left her name on a napkin, to check it out. The song I heard before (here featuring Michael Bolton – I know, but!) it’s the type of song that can … Continue reading
A CHILD IS BORN Christmas is coming, the celebration of a baby born. It made me think and I started browsing the folder ‘mother’ on my computer. Stuff from the archives, images I kept, of mothers and their consequential children. … Continue reading
Mean Streets the exhibition in EYE Amsterdam. Film director Martin Scorsese has been fascinated by film from a very early age. The exhibition of personal background material of his work, his original ideas, sketches and edits together with … Continue reading
When I first heard this song on Spotify, I wondered what language it was, going by the tune you would think American maybe, some kind of rap? Smooth. Is it Pharrell, Timberlake? My mind went racing but just couldn’t … Continue reading