16 Dec 2009, 07:28 by e4groove
27 Jul 2008, 21:22 by ShiverlandI had the wonderful privilege of seeing Tom Waits and Erykah Badu live in the space of one week.
Although, it's really by husband that's the Waits fan, I was impressed by the man himself in person. While we sat in the plushy comfy chairs of the Kongress Centrum in Prag, Mr. Waits embarked on an artistic journey through his repertoire, treating to us to a perfectly executed show of his known and lesser known tracks. I think my fave performance was Eyeball Kid - it was aptly accompanied by ingenious choreography by Mr. Waits. See it on Youtube to believe it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flCodH86EmM
Then yesterday, we travelled just over 50 km to the Jazz Fest Wiesen, primarily to see Erykah Badu while bypassing Al Jarreau, Omar, The Crusaders and Macy Gray.
Macy was the true revelation of the evening. What an energetic performance! Excellent crowd skills, she showed herself to be a true entertainer. She did some good covers of Creep and Que sera sera and also sampled No Woman, No Cry. …
25 May 2008, 07:07 by UndercovaBrothaThe one act that I chose to see out of curiosity, that being Erykah Badu actually wound up being the best act out of the crop I saw. Initially, the reason why I decided to attend this year’s Jubilee was the fact that Morris Day & The Time were confirmed to perform. Naturally, as a Prince fan, I had to see them live. Since Angie Stone immediately followed The Time on the same night, I decided to go ahead and check out her set out of curiosity, as well.
Since The Time and Angie Stone were confirmed for the same night, I still had to decide if I wanted to see Erykah Badu headline the following night. I really enjoyed New Amerykah Part One (4th World War) upon its release in February. In addition, I was already familiar with Badu’s radio hits and few of her tracks from Baduizm and Mama’s Gun (both albums that I have deserved a re-listening that’s long overdue).
Sure enough, Badu’s set was a ton of fun to experience and be a part of. …
5 May 2008, 10:46 by PorcelainnnI guess I see You next lifetime...
(Chciałabym wyjaśnić tyle spraw, powiedzieć, że będzie dobrze, nie zostawiać tego tak p o p r o s t u, wytłumaczyć, że to ważne, bliskie sercu, w jakiś sposób szczególne.Ważne, Ważne,Ważne. Minęło już sporo czasu, a to nie znika, tylko coraz bardziej mi z tym źle. Ale to są głupie konwenanse i ściana, którą odgradza się ktoś zraniony. Chciałabym ją umieć zburzyć).
27 Jul 2007, 21:17 by hu_rokSo here's how it works:
1. Open your library (itunes, media player, winamp...)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song thats playing
5. When you go to the new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and pretend that you are cool
ODB - Got Your Money
Robin Thicke - Ask Myself
First day of School:
Erykah Badu - Next Lifetime
Fabolous - First Time (Feat. Rihanna)...how weird!
Falling In Love:
Gym Class Heroes - On My Own Time (Write On)
Santana - Smooth
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
Robin Thicke - Lonely World
Sunshine Anderson - Force of Nature
Marvin Gaye - I'll Be Doggone
Joss Stone - Bruised But Not Broken
That one drunk night:
Lil Wayne - Diamonds & Girls
Amerie - Paint Me Over
James Morrison - How Come
Walking down the Street: