So much good music keeps me going. Really NOTHING ELSE can help me pull out of a tailspin like music can. I play piano, wooden flute, skin drums, lyre, anything. I hear music my head, and I turn it on and almost no matter what pain ails me, something moves in my body. So, while I am in transition in our new life, new home, new way of being in the world and dealing with all of its stresses and its joys, I am doing a review of all the music of the past year I have brought to this site. ENJOY!
TWO SPECIAL REQUEST THIS WEEK:
I am moving. And on chemo. And I could REALLY use some homemade chicken soup (gf) to get us through this week. My stomach, very sensetive, and this special dish always always always heals and give me energy. But I am unable to make it in the midst of the transition to the home. If anyone could please be a dear, and I will reimburse you the cost of the food if need be.
2) Remember to become a Follower. See the sidebar. It helps keep you up to date, and help me know I am writing for SOMEONE out there. ;) Thank you to all of those who have signed up so far.
And don't forget to move it today!
I start off with a new piece to this site: it is inspired. And it is one of the things that keeps me fighting to stay here as LONG AS I CAN, when I just want to lay down and rest.
Now to the year in review:
Eddie Vedar - Big Hard Sun
Michael Franti and Spearhead "Say Hey I Love You"
Orien "Her Morning Elegance"
Chumbawumba - Tubthumping
Patty Griffin - "Heavenly Day"
Neil Gaiman - Blueberry Girl
While not "music" this inspiring book I gave to my daughter, as a special reminder to carry her through all stages and ages of her life, if I am not there to remind her personally at some point. (Sorry folks, I can be on chemo for years, but a cure MUST happen for me to be at her wedding, or hold my grandchild (who she promises to name Serenity for me)
Stevie Wonder - "Supersitous"
Xavier Rudd (again) - Yirra Curl
Muppets - Mannahmahnah
Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten
You have to go to her website - no embedding allowed:
Michael Franit and Spearhead again! "A Little Bit of Riddim
A Little Bit Of Riddim feat. Cherine Anderson
Maddona and Justin Tmblerlake - "4 Minutes" because the riddim in this is just too hard to pass up and dance to. Brillantly done.Madonna - 4 Minutes
There is so much more music I use to keep the energy going on the hard days but they don't have videos: Google:
CSL Choir of Light Seattle
Monty Python Songs & Skits