The Beau Biens - Times Passed / A Man Who's Lost FLAC album
What do you say to someone who’s lost a child? I’ve thought about this from both sides, and I get asked often enough that I might as well write down my thoughts in case they’re useful
Written and directed by Jim Jarmusch
THE BEAU BIENS - Time Passed - Duration: 2:17. Creeper's Cave 294 views. Danny Burk & The Invaders "A'int Going Nowhere" - Duration: 2:30.
The Who's the Man? Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to the 1993 film Who's the Man?. The album was released in 1993 on Uptown/MCA Records. The soundtrack peaked at thirty-two on the Billboard 200 chart in 1993. The album reached number thirty-two on the . Billboard 200 and reached the eighth spot on the R&B albums chart.
Antigonish" is an 1899 poem by American educator and poet William Hughes Mearns. It is also known as "The Little Man Who Wasn't There" and was adapted as a hit song under the latter title. Inspired by reports of a ghost of a man roaming the stairs of a haunted house, in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, the poem was originally part of a play called The Psyco-ed, which Mearns had written for an English class at Harvard University, circa 1899.
lost classics Nov. 14, 2016. 1. Bad to Me (1963) A puppyish mid-tempo number written for Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, who released their own version, also in 1963. 2. Because I Know You Love Me So (1969) Also sometimes referred to as Wake Me Up in the Morning, this song was recorded during the Let It Be era, and it’s a groovy, laid-back performance, with the shaggy charm of officially released recordings like Why Don’t We Do It in the Road? and For You Blue. 8. Love of the Loved (1962) Cut as part of an audition for Decca records (which infamously passed on signing the band), here’s a brisk and moody tune sung by Paul - with a nice jittery guitar tag - that one could imagine having really soared in the hands of Roy Orbison or Elvis.
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I've lost three grandparents and my feelings about each one of those deaths was different. The circumstances leading up to their deaths were all very different. Each death is tragic and unique, and one person will likely mourn differently for different people. Kind of like squares and rectangles, someone who passed away died, but that doesn't mean someone who died passed away. To me, my dad didn’t pass away.
This is a spoken word track recited by Siri about a lonely man who falls in love with the internet. They put those voices in the fucking kitchen and get them to get eggs now. If Siri had appeared on that Radiohead album, it would have been even more sinister and weird, but we’re just used to it. We’re used to all this shit. Matty Healy, Dork Magazine.