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Otherside – Red Hot Chili Peppers

This is the second song to feature here from The Red Hot Chili Peppers but the first from their seventh album, Californication (1999), which became their biggest commercial success, with 16 million copies sold worldwide. In 1998 just prior the group was

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Hotel Radio (2003) – David Bridie

Today’s song is the title track from one of my favourite Australian albums Hotel Radio. David Bridie’s music has featured extensively here at Observation Blogger. Bridie is hardly known in my home country, but he has had a great influence

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I Hope I Don’t Fall in Love With You (1973) – Tom Waits

I’m a huge fan of this song from Tom which has an alluring James Taylor-esque sound. It is from Tom’s pre-minstrel days and is hopelessly romantic. I’m going to go out on a limb and declare, ‘I don’t know how

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Ascent (2010) – Stellardrone

I first heard an excerpt of this music in the closing of the How Far Back is the James Webb able to See? with Dr. Klaus Pontoppidan video by Event Horizons. I was fascinated by it and requested details of

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Home Improvements (2007) – My Friend the Chocolate Cake (David Bridie)

The music of David Bridie (see at piano above) features prominently here. He is one of my favourite Australian music artists. You can read more about him in my other posts. Home Improvements is the title track from My Friend

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Holberg Suite for Strings Prelude (Alegro Vivace) (1884) – Edvard Grieg

This exquisite piece put a spring into my step this Monday morning. Below is the first of a suite of 5 movements written by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Based on eighteenth-century dance forms it was written to celebrate the 200th anniversary

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History, (I was Born Blind) (2008) – Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu

History, (I was Born Blind) is the fourth song presented here by one of my favourite Australian artists and it’s from one of my favourite Australian albums ‘Gurrumul‘. Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu tragically passed away at just 46 years of age

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High (2004) – James Blunt

High is the third song from James to feature here at the Music Library Project, but the first from his mega-huge hit album Back to Bedlam. What entails the ‘Music Library Project’?Amazingly this song received a mixed reception from music

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Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye (1967) – Leonard Cohen

I’ve lost count how many songs by Leonard have appeared here and I don’t see that abating, but this is one of the few early ones presented so far. I do not consider it a top-tier output like the accompanying

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18/07 – 24/07/22 – Lynyrd Skynyrd, Supernova Explosion & How Black Lives Truly Matter

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Turn It Up! My years with Lynyrd Skynyrd…by Ron Eckerman Blog article by Max at PowerPop Good Blogger friend Max recently informed me he

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