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crinklesnsmudges:

comicspage:

I Want to Dance Like Gene Kelly – Max de Radiguès
Aug ‘10

personal favorite

crinklesnsmudges:

comicspage:

I Want to Dance Like Gene Kelly – Max de Radiguès

Aug ‘10

personal favorite

Villagers - The Waves - Jape Remix

Villagers - The Waves
{Awayland} (2012)

this is now a music blog again

“Rock and Roll is imperfection, and flaws, and four or five or six or eight people playing together, and it’s not gonna line up. It’s gonna be a little fucked up. It should be, you know human beings aren’t perfect.”

— Chris Shiflett - Back and Forth

(Source: the-plip-and-the-shevanel, via tiedyedlove)

“Jazz is not a what, it is a how. If it were a what, it would be static, never growing. The how is that the music comes from the moment, it is spontaneous, it exists at the time it is created. And anyone who makes music according to this method conveys to me an element that makes his music jazz.”

— Bill Evans

(Source: rambling-soul, via human-voices)

“[The geese
flew on,
I have never seen them again.

Maybe I will, someday, somewhere.
Maybe I won’t.
It doesn’t matter.]
What matters
is that, when I saw them,
I saw them
as through the veil, secretly, joyfully, clearly.”

Mary Oliver, from “Snow Geese (via the-final-sentence)

(via the-final-sentence)

“Jerry had one of the most beautiful minds I’ve ever known. He would make connections between disparate thoughts and make them fit in harmonious ways. And his music was a lot like that also. It was paradoxical. He had that shit-between-the-toes, barnyard, down-home funkiness, and at the same time he could play the farthest-out spacey shit. He was always a source of wonder. When he played, it would be this endless stream of glorious melody.”

— Phil Lesh

(Source: fuckyesgratefuldead, via justleaveitalonealready)