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Rooftop report on daily life wonders by jazzy Amsterdam cat. Registered the name. Bloow. Amsterdam And the full moon is upon us.
I live in an archive. A collection of stuff that somehow caught my eye and spoke to me. The record I bought at a flea market, because it reminded me of my childhood. When I was a girl about … Continue reading
I just heard the sad news of Al Jarreau, he died yesterday, at the age of 76. His music is a chapter in my life. So sad. But! He was here and he did inspire audiences and music pupils all over the … Continue reading
A photo I took in a garage packed with old timers. The music is from my first album ever, Souled Out by K-tell.
Last night just before falling asleep, the sound of singing entered the room from the street below. It was a group of men, cycling past and singing out loud, on their way to the inner city, warming up for the … Continue reading
If you have been listening to Bowie like I have, on a loop, seen the news brought to his ex-wife Angie sitting in the UK Celebrity Big Brother Diary Room, and you want to snap out of it, here’s something completely … Continue reading
“(…) Time to wake up! Playing this song after a good night’s sleep or an afternoon nap will help young children get up bright-eyed and ready to go!” (from YouTube.)