Gloam·ing (n) twilight; dusk. Just One More Listen

Shelley Rainey: A beautifully relaxing album. Lie back, close your eyes and let the music wash over you.

Ian CrippsSometimes music stops you in your tracks, sometimes you have to listen, sometimes nothing else matters. Moments that stretch time…This is traditional Irish music played with emotion, with joy for the most part, with sadness occasionally, with beauty always…this is simply music that moves you…Twelve tracks, over an hour of listening but it’s not, you get to the end and hit play again. And again. And time passes, the day has gone and still you are mesmerized. At times reflective, haunting, peaceful, happy this album runs the full gambit of emotions. You don’t want it to end. It doesn’t have to. Just one more listen.

The The Gloaming’s second album can be found here: “2”


Source: Thank you Hammock Papers

Young As The Morning, Old as The Sea

180 secs of your life. Pause to watch.

and don’t quit until the finish…


Source and read more here: World Renowned Pianist Performs Concert Floating on the Arctic Ocean

Photograph

Anne Sila, 26, is a French singer and cellist. She came to prominence in 2015 in season 4 of the talent show: The Voice, the most beautiful voice.


Inspired by a share by Memory’s Landscape:

“A photograph is a fragment–a glimpse. We accumulate glimpses, fragments. All of us mentally stock hundreds of photographic images, subject to instant recall. All photographs aspire to the condition of being memorable–that is, unforgettable.”

~ Susan Sontag, from “Photography: A Little Summa,” At the Same Time: Essays & Speeches


Watch. Watch this.

I’ve been told that I’m the only one on the planet that hasn’t seen this 12-year old ukulele singer-songwriter play a song she wrote on America’s Got Talent. Grace VanderWaal’s amazing audition has been seen over 60,000,000 times and counting. This sweet, genuine, modest young lady from Suffern, NY steps up in front of millions and nails it. Simon Cowell describes her as the next Taylor Swift.

Watch. Watch this.


Thank you Susan.

To your health. Drink up.

“Keaton Henson, 28, is an English folk rock musician, visual artist and poet from London. Henson suffers from anxiety and, as a result, he rarely plays concerts. In his video ‘To Your Health’ Henson uses ballet dancer Elizabeth Harrod to add his inner expression as well as visual tone to the song during which he sits performing as a removed and out of focus figure. Whilst this may be construed as a reflection of his inhibitions the results are beautiful.”

If you liked this, don’t miss Keaton Henson in “You.”


Quote Sources: FRUK and Wiki.

Seramic

When Seramic introduced himself with “People Say” in January, the mysterious London artist told us, “I just want the music to speak for itself for now.” Sticking to his word, he hasn’t released any more photos or information about himself, opting to share new music instead. (Source: Pigeons & Planes)

Kaki King

Katherine Elizabeth King, 36, known as Kaki King, was born in Atlanta and is a composer and guitarist. She was hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself. ” In February 2006, Rolling Stone released a list of “The New Guitar Gods” on which King was the sole woman and the youngest artist. The Brooklyn-based artist has released six extraordinarily diverse and distinctive albums, performed with such icons as Foo Fighters, Timbaland, and The Mountain Goats, and contributed to a variety of film and TV soundtracks including Golden Globe-nominated work on Sean Penn’s Into The Wild.

And if you liked this, don’t miss Kaki King in this video: The Surface Changes. Wow!

5:00 Bell: Make Some Room!

The Suffers are an American soul band from Houston, Texas lead by Kam Franklin (lead vocal). They were formed in 2011.  The Suffers define their sound as Gulf Coast Soul. A term they define as resulting from the mixture of the different cultures and musical styles present around the Gulf coast and the city of Houston, including Cajun, African American, Mexican, white, which all come together and mix in the port city.

Find more: The Suffers

Just Watch. Full stop.


Thank you Lynne.

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