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Donovan Frankenreiter Big Wave

Big Wave by Donavon Frankenreiter

Donavon Frankenreiter From the first strum to the last note, Donavan Frankenreiter had me as a lifetime fan. I might even say that “Big Wave was my favourite song of all time. Once you try this man’s tune on, you may become hooked and learn that he’s been cranking out great music for over two […]

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Angel From Montgomery

The Angel from Mongomery

The Angel from Montgomery has an effect on me like no other song, I am crying as I write these words. My sister Shelley once stole the show at an open mike singing contest in a really hard bar in a little red-neck town called Peachland. Shelley can bring grown men to tears, with this […]

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Let it Be and Cosmo’s Factory

Beatles Let it Be by the Beatles was the first album I ever bought. Back in 1970 the cassette tape was all the rage. I will never forget the experience, it was before a long car journey with my family. I bought two albums and actually think it’s fair to call them albums because they […]

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Roots, Rock, Reggae

Play I some music! Root’s Rock, Reggae! Everyday I go to the beach for sunset and swim in the sea but before I dive in I make sure I play loudly my master blaster, by startin off the jammin with Bob Marley – Play I some music. So what’s been happening over the past few […]

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Lorde’s new song ‘Solar Power’ is a gorgeous, sun-kissed

Solar Power by Lorde

Lorde – Solar Power (Lyrics) I hate the winter Can’t stand the cold I tend to cancel all the plans (so sorry, I can’t make it) But when the heat comes Something takes a hold Can I kick it? Yeah, I can My cheeks in high colour, overripe peaches No shirt, no shoes, only my […]

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The Sri Yantra or Sri Chakra, form of mystical diagram, Shri Vidya school of Hindu tantra symbol. Sacred geometry vector design element

Sanskrit Mantra for how to be Invincible

There’s something magical about Sanskrit Mantra called invincible but also there is something special about Sanskrit, maybe it’s that it’s new and refreshingly different for me, or maybe that it’s the sweetest singing language ever invented but what if it were forgotten from our consciousness? The words of this Sanskrit Mantra is the reason why […]

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10 Miles to go on a 9 Mile Road

10 Miles to Go on a 9 Mile Road

10 Miles to Go on a 9 Mile Road lyrics © Chrysalis Music Ltd 10 Miles to Go on a 9 Mile Road by Jim White is one of my most favourite songs of all time. He is a Rock idol to me, and especially because of his love for Jesus, which is hidden theme […]

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Promotional photo of the Doors in late 1966

Riders on the Storm by the Doors

Riders on the Storm is a rock anthem and most loved song by The Doors with Jim Morrison. May have been used more in movies than any other song in rock history (don’t quote me on that), it’s because of the lyrics. Riders On The Storm The Doors Riders on the stormRiders on the stormInto […]

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Portrait of Beethoven as a young man, c. 1800, by Carl Traugott Riedel (1769–1832)

Ludwig van Beethoven is 250 Years Old

Beethoven Happy Birthday Ludwig van Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven was baptized 17 December 1770 – 26 March 1827 was a German composer and pianist. Beethoven remains one of the most admired composers in the history of Western music; his works rank amongst the most performed of the classical music repertoire. His works span the transition from […]

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Melody Gardot

Preacherman by Melody Gardot is a Rock Classic

Melody Gardot is a Jazz icon for sure but in my opinion she should be in the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame for both the song and the video Preacherman, now in it’s 5th year. This ballad evokes a visceral feeling of pain and suffering like only the greatest rock song can do. She slays it. […]

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