TheSkyisGlue

“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” -

Teilhard de Chardin

He pleaded so much that he lost his voice. His bones began to fill with words.

Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude

1927-2014

RIP


Gabriel García Márquez, the legendary Colombian novelist whose book One Hundred Years of Solitude established him as a literary giant of 20th-century literature, died on Thursday in Mexico City. He was 87.

Gabriel García Márquez, the legendary Colombian novelist whose book One Hundred Years of Solitude established him as a literary giant of 20th-century literature, died on Thursday in Mexico City. He was 87.

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Gustavo Santaolalla - De Ushuaia a la Quiaca

Mendelssohn

—Songs Without Words for piano No. 32 in F sharp minor, Op. 67/2

 

Mendelssohn, Songs Without Words for piano No. 32 in F sharp minor, Op. 67/2

Murray Perahia, piano.

 

Ourchestra

So you haven’t got a drum, just beat your belly.
So I haven’t got a horn—I’ll play my nose.
So we haven’t any cymbals—
We’ll just slap our hands together,
And though there may be orchestras
That sound a little better
With their fancy shiny instruments
That cost an awful lot—
Hey, we’re making music twice as good
By playing what we’ve got!
Shel Silverstein

Tom Waits -The Piano Has Been Drinking

Victor Fuentes 911 Call

bahahaha!

Marvin Gaye performs on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in September 1976; Photo by David Redfern

Marvin Gaye performs on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in September 1976; Photo by David Redfern

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Marvin Gaye

—Trouble Man (Extended Version)


Marvin Gaye - Trouble Man (Extended Version)

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Marvin Gaye

—Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)

 

Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) - Marvin Gaye 

Marvin Gaye

—Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough - Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell ♫

Happy Birthday Marvin Gaye

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Jason Molina- Alone With the Owl

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Blind Willie Johnson

—Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground (1927)

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