‘Whippin’ Piccadilly’ by Gomez
And we all fall down, there’s not enough hours in a day/trip/life.
‘Cusp of Eternity’ by Opeth
The lead single from Swedish prog metallers, Opeth, from the new album, Pale Communion, out on Monday. It’s a great track, and the album’s very good, too. You can stream it in full here: http://prog.teamrock.com/news/2014-08-18/opeth-stream-pale-communion
‘Karn Evil 9 2nd Impression’ by Emerson, Lake and Palmer
Listen for the St. Thomas quote at 2:22.
‘The Unknown’ by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Arthur Brown is 73 years old, still crazy and still going strong. He lives in a yurt in the middle of nowhere, bounces on his goddaughter’s trampoline, has a coat made of coins and has just released a brilliant new album titled Zim Zam Zim, from which this song is taken.
Supermoon Risin’ (at Preston, Weymouth)
‘World Peace is None of Your Business’ by Morrissey
Bit of politics, bit of politics.
Ian Anderson – Homo Erraticus #180g #audiophile #vinyl #prog #nowplaying
Led Zeppelin 2014 #180g #vinyl #remaster #nowplaying
Just the other day my brother-in-law and I were discussing vinyl records. The conversation turned to the first records we ever bought.
There was a South Korean film which came out in 2010 called Poetry. In this movie a sixty-something woman, Mija (Jeong-hi Yun), discovers that her grandson is jointly responsible for the suicide of a girl from his school: he and a group of his friends have gang-raped her several times.