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Sunshine of your Love 1

Sunshine of your Love

  12th of March, 2012. The first real day of spring. In order to celebrate, I wrote a post about it. The theme-song of that day was The Beatles’ ‘Here Comes the Sun’. Today, the 4th of March, I will celebrate the exact same thing – the victory of the sun over dreary, cold and cloudy weather. I booted up iTunes to find a theme song to this joyous day. Searching for ‘sun’, I eventually came up with Cream’s ‘Sunshine of your Love’, which I put up above. Enjoy!

THE Best Compilation. Ever. 0

THE Best Compilation. Ever.

Forget all those generic fail-compilations. This is the real work. It’s got everything: action, drama, comedy, thrills and chills. Watch it, I promise it’ll be more than worth the ten minutes it takes.  

7 WTFacts (Music I) 0

7 WTFacts (Music I)

1. Norah Jones is Ravi Shankar’s daughter. You might’ve heard about Norah Jones, jazz-musician. You might not have heard of Ravi Shankar. Well, Ravi Shankar was an Indian-musician, renowned for introducing George Harrison and the rest of the Beatles to the sound of the sitar. If you hear Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hart Club Band, you’ll noticed the prevalence of the exotic sounding sitar, played by Harrison. Shankar thaught him how to play it. Sadly, Shankar passed away last week, but his spirit lives on in the form of his daughter, Geethali Shankar, whose full name is Geethali Norah Jones Shankar....

Music to relax to 2

Music to relax to

I’m sitting here, behind my desk, trying to write an essay and a presentation. I’ve been sitting here all day long. I’m currently getting one of my infamous headaches. I’m not going to bitch about it, popped some aspirin, and I’m currently waiting for them to kick in. Meanwhile, I’m quietly listening to some relaxing tracks to pass the time. Then I thought, why not share these songs? I’m going to post three songs after the jump, which are really worth listening to. So be sure to ‘continue reading’. As a preview, I’ll post one up front. Curious for the...