Sunday, February 22, 2004

Online Activity

My friend John from UNT came up with a cool idea in his recent post: Describe the moments in certain songs that inspire awe in you. List an approximate time on the counter where it happens (or it may be a certain place to the end). I'll include the list I posted on his site here to get the ball rolling, and you can make your own post or use the comments:

Pat Metheny Group- "The First Circle" (really, the whole freakin' song, but definitely from 7:07 out)
The Manhattan Transfer-"A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" 2:20-2:49
Take 6-"Fly Away" 2:57 out
Ambrosia-"Somewhere I've Never Travelled" 2:42 out, but especially from 3:41 out
They Might Be Giants-"Where Your Eyes Don't Go" 1:51 out (just love that minor-to-major resolution)
TMBG-"Kiss Me, Son of God" 1:17 (for unexpected lyrical twist)
And one more TMBG: "Birdhouse in Your Soul" 2:28-2:33 (long, kinda deep explanation; ask me sometime)

Lemme hear from ya....


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