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Yoga/Core

I completed a 6500m  swim this morning (for an overall total this week of 14,250m) following a large pancake breakfast, a few coffees and resulting poop, and an hour or so cuddling with Tina the cat (as per our weekend morning ritual) in the EZ-boy, so I’m pretty tired and sore.  266 more words

Yoga

On Impact vs. Output

The way I explain the difference between impact and output is by quoting Brian Eno:

“The first Velvet Underground album only sold 10,000 copies,
but everyone who bought it formed a band” 50 more words

Management

Friday Evening Purely Magical Hour

I was introduced to Brian Eno’s true ambient music on my favorite blog. It is Just magical, blissful and ambient.

Inspiration

HIGH FIVE FRIDAY #33 -- DR COSMO'S TAPE LAB


DR COSMO’S TAPE LAB

PICK FIVE WORDS TO DESCRIBE YOUR SOUND

Pop, Psychedelic, Mental, Fearless, Awesome!

PICK FIVE DECADES AND THE ONE SONG/ALBUM THAT DEFINES IT FOR YOU/THAT YOU’RE INTO RIGHT NOW… 124 more words

Music

Following Protocol

During a lifetime collecting music by all manner of progressive and classic rock bands, I’ve occasionally delved into the jazz-rock and jazz-fusion genres. Looking back to the 70’s and 80’s, there was just so much music to discover, these forays into jazz tended to be short lived but always added fulfilling instrumental ear candy to my collection. 458 more words

Concert Review

Pharrell, Chad Hugo Made Into Statues for Art Piece

By Marissa G. Muller

Pharrell Williams already has his own Adidas line, burger and museum contribution aka his famous hat. All that’s missing? A statue, of course. 237 more words

Music

The John Paul Jones Story Part 4

In 1988 John Paul Jones created a track for Brian Eno’s “MUSIC FOR FILMS III” an album that contains ambient tracks from different artists (Daniel Lanois, Michael Brook, Harold Budd ect.), In 1992 Jones plays Piano on a track from Eno’s “Nerve Net.” 93 more words

Music