One of the things I like about Israeli train stations is that most of them have pianos that commuters can play while waiting for their trains. We had a short wait for our train home after our visit to the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History today, and we were treated to a mini-performance.
I’ve been listening to a Hans Zimmer radio station on Spotify, and this gem from the Planet Earth 2 soundtrack popped up, wow.
I really enjoy Tall Heights’ “Horse to Water”. In particular, I love the strings you hear in the chorus. The music video is a little odd, but the music is terrific: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0_56joCt2Y I first heard the track on Spotify so here it is: https://open.spotify.com/track/0szmjOw9XbtbQYWz0GvXSp?si=xuCkwLqRQr2Ibaudz17VBA
I’m a recent convert to Spotify and I’m really enjoying it. I discovered this playlist that has some great, new (to me) music that’s perfect to relax with: https://open.spotify.com/user/spotify/playlist/37i9dQZF1DWU0ScTcjJBdj?si=LFXGltHvTvm2B_5lRg50Mg One of my new favourites from this playlist is this one from Little May: https://open.spotify.com/track/23Zlb66N7xcIWbpt2C1bsi?si=yeQ8jPIWS9-LPY5_mOnbFg Photo by Eric Nopanen on Unsplash
I first heard Pain by The War on Drugs in an iTunes Radio playlist recently. It’s one of my new favourite tracks. What do you think?
Some days a little musical assistance makes a lot of difference when the day seems to be crawling towards its conclusion. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0XQwazkx10[/embed] Today’s musical salvation is an oldie from Eric Clapton titled “It’s In The Way That You Use It” from way back in 1986. I created a playlist with a bunch of oldies, mostly from the…
I came across this fun video of Irish dancers at a wedding. The caption says they are Riverdance dancers and I can believe it.
Sometimes you come across fun covers of well known songs and these two covers of AC/DC’s Thunderstruck are no exception.