Not sure I get the video, but I like the song. The Dosage CD is worn out from play.
While this song has more to do with Good Friday than a television series, the imagery fits the song well. He did come to set the captives free…
Today, I am holding a news conference in Nashville to announce I am leaving academia to begin my music career. It has been a great run in the land of books and standard deviations but it is time to start pursuing these foolish dreams.
Wish me the best…
UPDATE: 4/2/07 – First day out was pretty good; first single charted at #1.
“Questions of science…”
In church Sunday with my classical guitar, I accompanied two brilliant players, Christina Berdos (violin) and Dan Ragonesi (cello) in playing this lovely song, The Prayer.
Missed my weekly music video last week. Coming back this week with Switchfoot and the quirky Happy is a Yuppie Word. It’s not Polka but I like it…
Saw these guys last night here at the Grove. Awesome is an overused word but it aptly describes the show and the mood crafted by the these guys, one from PA and the other three from Down Under.
You can do a lot with three chords…
Then again, maybe he has found something he was looking for.
For Valentine’s Day, music critic for the New York Daily News, Jim Farber, posted his top 100 love songs. I saw several songs on there that I like, including one I am not sure he got right. He has one of my all time favs at #59 – Shining Star by Earth, Wind & Fire (a moment of silent awe for EWF).
Ok, back. Thing is, I think he must have meant the Shining Star song by The Manhattans. Now that’s a love song.
Anyway, so being reminded of Shining Star by EWF, I looked for it on YouTube and found a couple of very unsatisfying versions by the original band. But I did find this cover by metal band Stryper which is actually pretty Sweet. Pretty Sweet, get it?