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An old one from the archives, so to speak, with lyrics. Impromptu performance played on a Casio Privia & captured with one camera - hence the crappy, low level, mono sound. Song is based on 'Waltz in A-flat' by Johannes Brahms - except that this is in 'G' (ha!)
Messing around on the piano tonight. I'm pretty rusty. I end up playing just a medley of different songs. I start out with a Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody (#2, to be specific), then to another Liszt song - Liebestraum. Then on to the second movement of Mozart's Sonata in C Major. And on we go to Beethoven's Appassionata.
Some random runs, then I progress into Flight of the Bumblebee. I screw that up pretty bad. Back into some more random playing, then the first movement of Beethoven's Pathetique sonata.
The host of The Spoken Metal Show, Mark Cooper is back on the podcast and we talk about his recent experiences taking the show live! We talk about Coop's journey through show business from it's origins in his childhood and to today with his podcast and all of the other projects in between. We discuss wrestling, depression, show business, suicide, trapeze artists, and hells angels. Amazing conversation as always. Check out The Spoken Metal Show on iTunes, Spotify and SoundCloud.
Start with why. Find your why. Know your why. It will see you through the worse storms.
What about mine? Why would a yogi speak of identity politics? Do I know what I'm doing? I'll let you be the judge of that.
Name-dropped books (sorry for the flipped camera!) Growing Within, The Psychology Of Inner Development - Sri Aurobindo & The Mother The Sufi Path of Knowledge - William Chittick Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali, with sanskrit aphorisms and commentary - Swami Hariharananda Aranya Meditation in Action - Chogyam Trungpa The Sacred Science - Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri Mahasatipatthana Sutta - The Buddha Frogs into Princes - Bandler and Grinder Healing Developmental Trauma - Heller & LaPierre