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{April 29, 2010}   You Are So Beautiful To Me

       You are so beautiful, to me

       You are so beautiful, to me
       Can’t you see
       You’re everything I hoped for
       You’re everything I need
       You are so beautiful
       To me

       You are so wonderful, to me
       You are so wonderful, to me
       Can’t you see
       You’re everything I hoped for
       You’re everything I need
       You are so wonderful
       To me

       You are so beautiful, to me
       You are so beautiful, to me
       Can’t you see
       You’re everything I hoped for
       You’re everything I need
       You are so beautiful
       To me

       Joe Cocker



{November 17, 2009}   Wake up and live

Life is one big road with lots of signs.
So when you riding through the ruts, don’t complicate your mind.
Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy.
Don’t bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality.
Wake Up and Live!

~ Bob Marley – Wake Up and Live  ~



{September 4, 2009}   Alicia Keys – Killing Me Softly

Alicia Keys

~ Killing Me Softly ~



{August 27, 2009}   Robot

KRS 1 and Buckshot
~ Robot ~



Sometimes I feel
Like I don’t belong anywhere.
And it’s gonna take so long
For me to get to somewhere.

Sometimes I feel so heavy hearted
But I can’t explain cuz I’m so guarded.
But that’s a lonely road to travel
And a heavy load to bear.

And it’s a long, long way to heaven
But I gotta get there.
Can you send an angel?
Can you send me an angel,
To guide me.

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{August 9, 2009}   All Alone With You

Image stolen from Poly GR

The night is over an I guess youre gone
I try and tell myself forget it and just carry on
But as I walk these lonely streets with nothing else to do
I close my eyes and dream that Im alone with you.



An almost complete flute made out of the bones of griffon vulture was found in 2008 at Hohle Fels, in a cave in Southern Germany. It has five finger holes, a V-shaped mouthpiece and is 0.3 inches (8 millimetres) wide and was 13 inches (34 centimetres) long when it was whole.

Archaeologist Nicholas Conard of the University of Tübingen in Germany stated the earliest finds of this kind previously dated from around 35,000 years ago at the near by site Geissenklosterle, but at 40,000 years old, this one dates back to the earliest period of settlement in the region by modern man and is probably the oldest musical instrument ever found.

Fragments of mammoth ivory flutes were also found at the site and according to the team these would have been particularly difficult to make. After splitting a section of curved ivory with only stone tools, the two halves would have been hollowed out, carved and joined together with an airtight seal.

Conard and his team argue that music would have given the early settlers an advantage over rival humans, the Neanderthal, as it would have improved communication between modern humans and helped form tighter social bonds. Conard stated;

“Think how important music is for us. Whether it’s at church, a party, or just for fun, you can see how powerful music can be. People often hear a song and cry, or feel great joy or sorrow. All of those kinds of emotions help bond people together.”

Another possibility is that the flutes were made by Neanderthals, but although not completely ruled out, it is unlikely as the flutes were found alongside other artefacts, including a figure of a woman with an exaggerated figure, the likes of which have only ever been found at sites with modern human settlement.

Recently, a replica of the flute was sent to a professional musician and made what Conard described as “low-pitched sounds across a wide range of tones”.

(Bukisa ID #114140)

Content Source: Oldest Musical Instrument Discovered by Archaeologists – Bukisa.com



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