Category Archives: Music

Hats, doors and gramophones

A door, hat and gramophone walk into a bar. The hat orders a beer, the door a whiskey and the gramophone a vintage wine. Another round follows and more after that. When things start to get a little crazy, the door closes, the hat is thrown into the ring and the gramophone plays Benny Goodman’s “the dreamer in me”. Continue reading

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Pink Cadillac

“Only those who dare will drive the world forward” is a line from a new commercial for Cadillac and it got me thinking about risk takers. Continue reading

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6’1″ again with John Cage

For those that missed it…. Continue reading

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6’1″ again with John Cage

John Cage Continue reading

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six degrees of separation

The little Leprechaun has been in the news a lot lately and the news coverage reminded me of six degrees of separation.. Continue reading

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music for the soul

to experience the beauty and peace of white noise symphonies sequential in time and in place is magical Continue reading

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here comes the sun

the rising sun seems so distant
yet it gently touches your spirit and soul
the rising sun over water glistens Continue reading

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my parade … when angels dance with the devil

my parade is set for tomorrow

or maybe the day after

noon time i think Continue reading

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Back in the USSa boy you don’t know how lucky you are boy

Flew Aer Lingus from Dublin, to Boston not to LA Continue reading

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50 Shades of Irish

Sunday’s Irish Independent is like most Sunday newspapers. It’s heavy.

I have written about both the Irish Times and the Independent in the past and have complimented their in depth reporting, Continue reading

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