Daily Archives: July 28, 2013

Acoma Pottery, SHARON LEWIS

Acoma Pottery, SHARON LEWIS (click to go there)

The Eagles – Hotel California (full album) (Listen to the lyrics of this prophetic song! OR JUST READ THE POEM>>>RIGHT HERE!)

Song list:

Hotel California – 0:06
New kid in town 6:37
Life in the fast Lane – 11:40
Wasted Time – 16:26
Wasted time (Reprise) – 21:24
Victim of Love – 22:47
Pretty Maids All in a Row – 26:59
Try and Love Again – 30:54
The Last Resort – 36:06



“Hotel California”

On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air
Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light
My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim
I had to stop for the night
There she stood in the doorway;
I heard the mission bell
And I was thinking to myself,
“This could be Heaven or this could be Hell
Then she lit up a candle and she showed me the way
There were voices down the corridor,
I thought I heard them say

Welcome to the Hotel California
Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)
Such a lovely face
Plenty of room at the Hotel California
Any time of year (Any time of year)
You can find it here

Her mind is Tiffany-twisted, she got the Mercedes bends
She got a lot of pretty, pretty boys she calls friends
How they dance in the courtyard, sweet summer sweat.
Some dance to remember, some dance to forget

So I called up the Captain,
“Please bring me my wine”
He said, “We haven’t had that spirit here since nineteen sixty nine”
And still those voices are calling from far away,
Wake you up in the middle of the night
Just to hear them say…

Welcome to the Hotel California
Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)
Such a lovely face
They livin’ it up at the Hotel California
What a nice surprise (what a nice surprise)
Bring your alibis

Mirrors on the ceiling,
The pink champagne on ice
And she said “We are all just prisoners here, of our own device”
And in the master’s chambers,
They gathered for the feast
They stab it with their steely knives,
But they just can’t kill the beast

Last thing I remember, I was
Running for the door
I had to find the passage back
To the place I was before
Relax, ” said the night man,
“We are programmed to receive.
You can check-out any time you like,
But you can never leave! ”


>>>>>>>>>From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:<<<<<<<<<<<

The lyrics weave a surrealistic tale in which a weary traveler checks into a luxury hotel. The hotel at first appears inviting and tempting but it turns out to be a nightmarish place where “you can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.” The song is an allegory about hedonism, self-destruction, and greed in the music industry of the late 1970s.[7] Don Henley called it “our interpretation of the high life in Los Angeles[8] and later reiterated: “It’s basically a song about the dark underbelly of the American dream and about excess in America, which is something we knew a lot about.”[9] In 2008, Don Felder described the origins of the lyrics:


Don Henley and Glenn wrote most of the words. All of us kind of drove into L.A. at night. Nobody was from California, and if you drive into L.A. at night… you can just see this glow on the horizon of lights, and the images that start running through your head of Hollywood and all the dreams that you have, and so it was kind of about that… what we started writing the song about. Coming into L.A…. and from that ‘Life in the Fast Lane’ came out of it, and ‘Wasted Time’ and a bunch of other songs.[10]


The term “colitas” in the first stanza means “little tails” in Spanish; in Mexican slang it refers to buds of the cannabis plant.[11]


Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay | Playing For Change

http://www.playingforchange.com – Hello everyone,
Today our heroes and soul brothers, Roger Ridley and Grandpa Elliott, return for a new song around the world, “Sitting on the dock of the bay“, featured on our new PFC 2 album. I once asked Roger why with such a powerful voice like his he was singing on the streets, he replied, “I am in the joy business, I come out here to be with the people”. Roger and Grandpa have brought so much joy to the life of millions and today we are blessed to see them reunited again. We all shine on and Roger’s light is as bright as the sun!!

Follow the link below to order the new album and support Playing For Change by telling all your friends and family to join the movement at http://playingforchange.com

Order “PFC2: Songs Around The World” now at 


RPT-U.S. discovery of rogue GMO wheat raises concerns over controls | Reuters


RPT-U.S. discovery of rogue GMO wheat raises concerns over controls | Reuters.

Millions at Brazil Mass hear pope ask youth to change world | Reuters


Millions at Brazil Mass hear pope ask youth to change world | Reuters.

Beautiful! Beethoven Romance violin NO.2

Creedence Clearwater Revival – Fortunate Son

The well known Vietnam war protest song Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Pictures are Iraq/Vietnam war and protest pictures.

Soggy Bottom Boys- I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow

Cry of the Celts (In our hearts we’re always home!)

Cry of the Celts Celtic Emotions Ireland Scotland


Franz Schubert – SERENADE

Una delle più belle melodie di Franz Schubert!!!

Bartok: Romanian Folk Dances

Performed October 2010 by Sydney Camerata Chamber Orchestra
When I listen to this music I listen to thousands of years of existence of Romanians 🙂

Bela Bartok and Joseph Szigeti play Beethoven Kreutzer Sonata (1/3)

LIVE 1940

Great Music- in Best Hands: Oistrakh – Oborin – Beethoven Violin Sonata No.4, Op.23

00:00 – Presto
05:37 – Andante scherzoso, piu allegretto
12:05 – Allegro molto

Scarlatti – Marcelle Meyer – complete rec 1950’s – Various sonatas (gotta love Scarlatti!)

Peintures : Hubert Robert (1733-1808)

0:00 : Sonate en ré majeur, Kk.478 
3:44 : Sonate en ré majeur, Kk.492 
7:03 : Sonate en mi majeur, Kk.380
12:33 : Sonate en si mineur, Kk.27 
15:36 : Sonate en si majeur, Kk.245 
18:19 : Sonate en si mineur, Kk.87
23:52 : Sonate en ré mineur, Kk.64 
25:32 : Sonate en sol majeur, Kk.432 
27:39 : Sonate en sol mineur, Kk.450 
30:34 : Sonate en fa mineur, Kk.69 
34:28 : Sonate en la majeur, Kk.114 
38:51 : Sonate en ré mineur, Kk.9 
42:06 : Sonate en ré majeur, Kk.119 
46:08 : Sonate en ré mineur, Kk.32
48:01 : Sonate en la mineur, Kk.175 
51:07 : Sonate en la majeur, Kk.279 
56:51 : Sonate en ré majeur, Kk.96 
01:00:25 : Sonate en ré majeur, Kk.430
01:03:15 : Sonate en sol majeur, Kk.427 
01:05:21 : Sonate en sol majeur, Kk.13 
01:09:10 : Sonate en fa mineur, Kk.519 
01:11:51 : Sonate en fa majeur, Kk.17 
01:15:45 : Sonate en si bémol majeur, Kk.202 
01:18:59 : Sonate en sol mineur, Kk.30
01:22:01 : Sonate en sol majeur, Kk.29 
01:26:44 : Sonate en si mineur, Kk.377 
01:29:24 : Sonate en sol majeur, Kk.523
01:31:30 : Sonate en fa majeur “Pastorale“, Kk.446 
01:33:32 : Sonate en ut majeur, Kk.159 
01:35:38 : Sonate en mi bémol majeur, Kk.474 
01:40:41 : Sonate en sol majeur, Kk.125 
01:42:59 : Sonate en la majeur, Kk.533


Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3, Argerich

The Sleeping Beauty Ballet (Tchaikovsky) -Act III: “The Wedding”: XXI. Marche XXII. Polacca

The music to the ballet of The Sleeping Beauty is, by far, the most beautifully enchanting music I’ve ever heard and I’ve decided to share what I believe to be the best recording of the entire ballet with the world. This is part 
seventeen with the piece number Twenty-one and Twenty-two, which include:
Act III: “The Wedding“:
XXI. Marche (Allegro non Troppo)
XXII. Polacca (Procession of Fairy-Tale Characters) (Allegro Moderato e Brilliante)


Beethoven – 11 Variations on “Se vuol ballare” from Mozart’s “Le Nozze di Figaro”, Wo0.40

Gidon Kremer : violin
Elena Bashkirova : piano
Recorded in 1980, Switzerland