Participatory Spirituality for the 21st Century
I'm pretty sure it's SRV's studio version.
Someone else told me this too, so contrary to The Who's advice I was indeed fooled again. No wonder I never heard it before in my Hendrix albums. And my obvious comparison and confusion with SRV.
The best quality version Oasis song I could find. listen, and have joy.
I just decided to make Sarah McLachlan's song "Building a mystery" the theme song of my blog in the about page.
In searching on my pseudonym theurj I discovered this band, The URJ. Some sample songs are on the link. Not bad. Anyone hear of them before?
Fiona Apple is back. The article has a sample song, "Every single night." Cthulhu plays a significant role.
I just heard this one for the first time and really like it, Personal Jesus by Johnny Cash.
I don't know why but I've always resonated with India(n) music. Not so much with Chinese, Japanese or Tibetan. And now with the more contemporary Indian music and dance of Bollywood. Here's a Bollywood performance from last night's So You Think You Can Dance.
They did a great job! Nice to see that.
Here are two videos by the Shams Ensemble that I've been enjoying recently:
Wow, moving and transportive. Thanks for sharing.
Hmm, wow, Korean music has changed since when I lived there...
And for a different, more traditional but I think better, side of Korean music (and the Korean woman):
(I don't know all the words, but this still brought tears to my eyes this evening.)