I was bored the other day while doing laundry, practising guitar. And I thought, why not bring a bit of music to the world, so here’s my girl version of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘I’m on Fire.’ Hope you like it. I will probably do more as the rounds go spinning through the gentle white machine, and […]
Category Archives: Music Monday
I’m not fully versed on everything that has been released in 2015, but I have compiled the songs that I, for whatever reasons, have strolled across, during the past dynamic year of 2015. It’s been one filled with love and happiness, and I wanted to celebrate that with some songs that really uplift and speak […]
I don’t know about you, but this is looking like an ideal family Christmas — good thing Snoop is around to remind us all of what values we should prioritize during the holidays.
Gordon Lightfoot vs. Old Crow Medicine Show The subject is transportation – who does it best? Would you go steel rail or wagon wheel? Nothing can deny the burgeoning pattern of current bands reaching into worlds-of-gone for soulful ditties, a practise that is bringing us beyond music, lots of places that boast a cultural melange […]
Does anybody wonder what Pacey from Dawson’s Creek it up to now? He’s singing country ballads that stick nicely to a production formula that asks you to listen straightly, and evenly, to passive lyrics about sitting down and having a beer with that long-haired figure, the most famous of them all – Jesus. I bet […]
This video was shot in Sandbanks Provincial Park, which is misplaced generally on the Prince Edward tip, a two and a half hours drive east of Toronto, south alongside the Lake. It is literally a large sandbank. Looks beautiful. The Acorn are from Ottawa and formed in 2003. This video really reminds me of some […]
Totally need to add this to the fall feelings post… Here’s the sweet live Love & Feeling from the talented Chet Faker…. They LOOK like fall. Nice instrumentation. Drums!
I am definitely an all or nothing type of person. So when I stopped being able to post almost daily (which turned to weekly), the blog went off my to do list and into the sorry pile of unfinished projects. But I have started to miss these posts and after a long break want to […]
The Grammy’s were good enough to beat the best dreams about the Grammys this year (Rihanna *amazi*) – can’t wait now for the Juno’s where some Canadian musical talent is recognized, like Kathleen Edwards. Below:
It’s flu season – so, a topical one! The Do singer Olivia Merilahti is known for literal and morbid thoughts sung through helpless yet defiant-toddleresque vocals. Angelic, displeased but most usually stuck. The songs composed with partner Dan Levy ‘do’ tend to lean towards their Paris roots – pouty – with a heavy spattering of ’60’s tiki style […]