Sandstorm by Darude on the potato for your pleasure.
A Change Is Gonna Come, AHI, Alive Again, Bob Boilen, Cara Reynolds, Closer (From a Distance, DIY Musicians Conference, Frank Carter Rische, Maria Emilia Borja, Mushpa + Mensa, Mushpa Y Mensa, music, music video, Nashville, NPR, Ol' Sweet Day, Ontario, Robbie Crowell, Sam Cooke, Shawn Killaly, Tiny Desk Concert, true love, We Made It Through The Wreckage
I said in Mushpa + Mensa’s 2018 goals meeting that for our blog entries this year no more posting just music videos as an entry. Saying it more for myself than anyone, being the only person that does it. :] I went on to say, we need the entries to have sustenance, depth, words, links pictures, etc. It has to be a REAL blog entry. The last few days I have been thinking about what I should write about and nothing raised my interest. Cut to this morning when I went to check my e-mails and found this…
I was mesmerized, enraptured really. Move in an undefinable way that music gifts you. It connects you to the place of magic, which these days is not always easy to find. Music, when good, allows your vision to clear and your strength to return.
AHI’s (pronounce eye) music brings good things to the table. It creates hope in humanity’s light and confirms the existence of beautiful humans. That in itself is worth writing about.
So down with the rules, first blog entry of 2018 is a music video my friends. Forgive me my love!
We bring light to the table.
A little food for the soul.
Much love to all. May you fly, may you dance, may your soul be filled with joy.
Ps. I love you my mushpa!
First, a harp
Next, pizzicato cellos
Flute and piccolo
Thin wood blocks
And two more harps
And double bass
And the glockenspiel
The ride cymbal
Sixteen baritone bass singers
Thank you very much for listening.
It’s people like these that restore your faith in humanity.
Thank you to all these beautiful musicians that made this rainy day a happier one.
Que viva los musicos de todito el mundo!
Annette Jackson, Eben Bull, Guillermo Hernan Peña-Tapia, Harry Nelson, heavy metal, Hillary Spera, inspiration, Jarad Dawkins, Julia Wilczok, Luke Meyer, Malcolm Brickhouse, Matt Burke, music, music video, the avant garde diaries, THE AVANTGARDE DIARIES, Tom Davis, Tracey Brickhouse, unlocking The Truth
My friend Sabrina school me on amazingness once again. I love these 6th graders (here, now they’re 7th graders). Beauty and Truth aka Malcolm and Jared.
Always remember, you bully people and you’ll end up homeless. Truth.