A stripped back musical jam is laid down in this tranquil track from musician Jamie Cullum. Taking his song “Love Ain’t Gonna Let You Down” from “The Pursuit” album back to its bare roots, he needs nothing more than a piano and his voice to create an ambient and sublime rendition.
Part of Yamaha’s Silent Sessions series. With it he manages to bring peace and serenity to the concrete landscape of an inner city.
Wolves have been spotted roaming about London town, spooking the hell out of drunken people, mutilating people’s pets and generally being mysterious and wolf-like.
But just WTF has been going on? Where have these wild beasts come from and what do they want with us townies? The truth is out there. Sneaky buggers.
Detroit, it’s a place famous for a few things, but mostly for producing plenty of automobiles and also that guy who starred in that movie, 8 Mile.
And while Mr Marshall Bruce Mathers III and the Motor City have both had to endure their fair share of hardships and upsets, it didn’t stop them from climbing to the very top of their game. In fact, it helped.
If you had a chance to choose some poignant words that would act as a label for yourself and your life, what would you choose? It’s not as easy as you might think. It’s almost like writing an epitaph for the life you are still living.
Take these people for example, living along the most famous of American highways, Route 66. Random people, random lives, all with one thing in common that connects them all. Life might not seem so diverse, but deep down we are all unique individuals.
Nature is a very curious thing, forget the birds & the bees, this summer it’s all about the ‘birds & the Tweets. Ornithologists say birds are most active early mornings and late afternoons… But can our species out-Tweet them? It’s the humans against the birds in our Bulmers orchard – who will win?
Join the experiment between the hours of 1pm and 2pm Tweet with the hashtag #Bulmers, or alternatively, go to www.facebook.com/bulmersuk and take part in a series of fun experiments they are running this summer.
It can be so confusing distinguishing between UK, Great Britain, and England. So probably the best way to do this is by the yellowing of their teeth and how Dickensian their accents are. The teeth come in various shades of yellow.
Putrid yellow means their English and they’ll probably ask you for a penny farthing for supper with a cup of hot cholera, guvnor. Great British means their teeth will be the colour of warm piss with breath like cancer. If they’re from the UK their teeth are the colour of nicotine with hair like a cesspit. Or you could watch this video, which is probably more accurate.
wesbo | 02.2.11 | Videos