The New Yorker, 2010, photo of Caraid O’Brien, who performs Molly Bloom’s Soliloquy every Bloomsday. http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/1000-words-molly-bloom
Your afternoon / evening moment of beauty: the “Penelope” episode of “Ulysses”, aka Molly Bloom’s Soliloquy.
Bliss out, friends.
And another broadcasting day draws to a close. Be well, people, and be good.
i carry your heart with me – e.e. cummings
Sergeui Polunin dances to Hozier’s “Take Me To Church”
Sorry, folks, but real life intervened. Paltry excuse for not updating the blog, but it’s the one I have. So enjoy your afternoon music break.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Eine kleine nachtmusik
J.S. Bach, Violin Concerto, BWV 1041
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Olga Kuraeva, Improvisation
(music by Heinali – Sway, Sway)
Sure, he’s not one of the cool kids any longer. But from the 70s to the 90s, Peter Gabriel was a force in music, bringing the sounds of different world musics into the pop arena. For your evening break, some of Mr. Gabriel’s music.
Shaking the Tree
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“Electro” is that weird, wonderful space where rap met Kraftwerk in the early 1980s. I remember listening to the Saturday night mastermix on WRKS in New York, and it was just one long electro remix. So for today’s afternoon music break, a bit of the electro funk.
Newcleus – Jam On It
Afrika Bambaata – Planet Rock
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