Drifting on a Saturday Afternoon with Anna Vandas…

Canadian (BC) musician and artist.  Love her music on slow, lazy and easy Saturday afternoons.  Here’s 2 music videos and one of her paintings.  You can find more on her facebook page or her blog.  Or her album on iTunes – All I Thought I Knew.



Related Posts:

  1. On Saturday Afternoon (Rickie Lee Jones)
  2. Now the Afternoon Is Fading On (Avett Bros)
  3. 4:46am & Inspired (Chuck Mangione)
  4. Hump Day: 4:16am & Inspired (Joe Crocker)
  5. You can never hold back spring (Tom Waits)
  6. Here Comes The sun (Lindsey Buckingham)

Comments

  1. richardkanigan says:

    Nice, haven’t heard her before.

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  2. richardkanigan says:

    Dunno. Maybe because we live on the island, there is an ocean between here and Langlet and soundwaves don’t travel well over water….or maybe I don’t get off the rock enough.
    Keep up the great posts! Have been thinking about what would be on my top 10 list all morning

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  3. Wonderful music for this afternoon — I especially liked “Empty Highway.” Lovely. And her blog, too. Gentle reading.

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  4. Perhaps it’s her simple, pure style in both her music and art, but she’s rather soothing and addicting…..thanks

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  5. My youngest lives in Toronto and introduced me to Anna Vandas – great pic for a Saturday afternoon…I know, I know it’s Sunday morning here – but you get the point…

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  6. She’s got a beautiful voice. The first video with the crowd scene, girls hugging, etc., brought to mind a song and video that I never tire of watching, the “Free Hugs Campaign” video with music by the Sick Puppies. My favorite passage is when the elderly lady lays her hand on his cheek. http://youtu.be/vr3x_RRJdd4

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    • Hi Lori. I watched the Youtube video. Couldn’t take my eyes off it actually. I have to admit that I felt anxious watching it – knowing for certain that I could not be the one holding up the sign – and watching others – skeptical, cynical, a bit of disbelief. That’s what we’ve (I’ve) come to…

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      • I know exactly what you mean, David. I’ve seen the video dozens of times, and yet every time I watch it, I find myself *willing* people to let go, drop their guard, just believe that the situation is what it is and *connect* with another person for a moment. I know it sounds ridiculous, but it always makes me cry…both for what we’ve lost and for that gentleman’s belief that we can still access that part of ourselves.

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