Unrequited love is a horrible thing for the lover. For the lovee, it is an unreal thing, often flattering yet a scary mystery. On the Bold and the Beautiful, we see a Thomas Forrester who cannot imagine a life with any other woman in Los Angeles, or the United States in general, who could everContinue reading “#bb, s34e48, November 25, 2020 | Tonight’s The Night, feat unclassified tempo maps”
Not many people have come into the public eye to make a judgment on a event that killed a man so beloved that he played a friend to God, played by George Burns, as a supermarket manager. You cannot put a number on the universality of that kind of adoration.
The song Grey Street was performed by the Dave Matthews Band in Central Park New York City only ONE time. The diagram as a median tempo guide is pretty accurate, but you have to listen to the rhythm section groove to “get” the rhythm as a whole. Eleven years plus since LeRoi died and thisContinue reading “Grey Street | Dave Matthews band | live Central Park | median expected tempo map”
To me this song has a feeling of deep bittersweetness – an America hiraeth. What do you think the Eagles are trying to express?