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This is the interview in which Neil DeGrasse Tyson answers the question from the interviewer of what the "most astounding fact" was that he could share him about the universe, w/music behind it. It's beautiful & I thought I had it elsewhere on here, but it's probably buried in years of entries. So here it is, on Vimeo:

His transcription of what he says is below (this if for me if I don't have the time to see the whole video)Read more... )
likethebeer: (WI spring)
Some crazy English teachers singing this to the tune of "California Dreamin'". I learned more about them than I remember from high school:
likethebeer: (Codex from Avatar)
With Hozier (his stuff is good, but she rocks like hell):
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Pretty cool music taking place mostly outside of a FLLW-designed building (the Schwartz house in Two Rivers, WI).
likethebeer: (Swiss Miss)
I saw this on f/b a few weeks ago (I think cynnerth put it up?), & it just popped back into my head.

If I do listen to the hit version of this song, it will sound wrong because this:
likethebeer: (Christmas Codex)
(singer, Robert Earl Keene, singing live with the video of the song playing).
likethebeer: (Christmas Codex)
Someone reminded me of this song & I had to listen to it. Here it is:
likethebeer: (No Face)
It's a good thing to listen to when you're remembering WWI, too.

S. Carey

Sep. 18th, 2014 08:55 am
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I don't know whether S. Carey is a person, or the band. But this is what I saw last night at the Sh*tty Barn:
video behind the cut )

The song has lots of clapping (& we did that in audience participation). It sounded cool.
likethebeer: (Swiss Miss)
Huh - another piece of evidence that that guy I was engaged to was a moron: he loved that song.

Steve Almond's take on the song "Africa" almost becomes a sound poem, but it's really funny:
likethebeer: (cold)
While visiting my sisters & niece & nephew, I watched the movie, Frozen (I've got a 12 yo niece - she's not stereotypical, but what you gonna do?). Anyway, when I told E I was going in to watch it, she mentioned "Olaf", & how much she liked him, and I didn't know what she meant.

Olaf is the movie's cute funny friend. He is really a fun character. Here's "his" song when he first appears, and you can see he's a goof:

"All Olaf Moments":
likethebeer: (College me)
Oh my god: it's like the entire movie in less than 7 minutes & and set to "Don't You Forget About Me" by Simple Minds:
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This is a song that's supposed to point me to what yoga pose they're talking about. I don't know what the pose is, but I like the song: "Rainbow" by G. Love & Jack Johnson:
likethebeer: (College me)
An analysis of the song by They Might Be Giants:

I had no idea what this song was talking about until about a year after it came out. I've never had such a revelatory experience as when it finally all made sense. "**That's** why he's talking about Jason & the Argonauts! OH.MY.GOD!!!!"


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