Had a smidge of this on leadup to some film on horror... couldn't place it at first but is zombies, time of the season
a song about spring maybe? hadn't really listened to the lyrics, more focussed on the lovely chord changes!
Be it sight, sound, the smell, the touch.
Inside that we need so much,
The sight of a touch, or the scent of a sound,
Or the strength of an Oak with roots deep in the ground.
The wonder of flowers, to be covered, and then to burst up,
Through tarmac, to the sun again,
Or to fly to the sun without burning a wing,
To lie in the meadow and hear the grass sing,
To have all these things in our memories hoard,
And to use them,
To help us,
The Moody Blues in search of the lost chord - full album plus bits and bobs
This garden universe vibrates complete
Some may get a sound so sweet
Vibrations reach on up to become light
And then through gamma, out of sightBetween the eyes and ears there lie
The sounds of color and the light of a sigh
And to hear the sun, what a thing to believeBut it's all around if we could but perceive
To know ultra violet, infra-red and X-rays
Beauty to find in so many waysTwo notes of the chord, that's our full scope
But to reach the chord is our life's hope
And to name the chord is important to some
So they give a word and the word is........ Om
Lost chord sends shivers doesn't it!
Is it crocuses that can break up thru tarmac, sure it's something like that... japanese knotweed maybe
I reckon that was brought over as a food product cos they do eat it abroad!
First one made me think of this album, fantasy shift - the concrete jungle and urban decay and the other side is plants and sunshine like a ying yang or summat?
twinkle twinkle little star, what you see is what you are... (not taking into account body dysmorphia)
and a bit of bevis frond, high in a flat - though the tone doesn't do the track justice - gimme vinyl any day lol
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Some Frankie Valli for you all today
Big Girls dont cry
oo that's good, so much energy and slickness in their music
that first one 'begging' reminds me of another one done by them? not heard for so many years can't picture the lyrics now..
of course there's always walk like a man, brilliant!
Seemed to do so many songs - even an orchestrally version of day in the life, beatles..
some vagueness about year of birth, maybe 1934 or 37, it doesn't matter really does it cos music is pretty immortal
Get em out by friday by Genesis
Ah the winkler, wonder if was inspired by the east end 'slum' clearances? Must have still been vivid in the peoples minds even then...
love a bit of Kew meself - giant hogweed and all that!