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A Musical Point!

By Angie Alaniz, published on Nov 5, 2012

...to believe that a woman in love cares to succeed in the little things you do?

Not the masterpiece you yourself feel the need to portray that would be foul play.

Take David by Michelangelo is he such a work of art?

Or was his real masterpiece in his actions love of life and music he sang from his heart!

Like David it’s harmony feeling together complete as one.

The sound brings color its fun and comes easy to the ones who really are open to love.

Nonetheless how complex it must be for the ones who once promised love yet shut the door out of pure... (more)

Tags: music, poetry, love, david, harmony, michelangelo, masterpiece, complete

Commercialization and the music industry.

By Lartinos, published on Sep 28, 2012

...commercialized society I mean our community here in the United States is based on the promotion and advancement of commercial interests (making money). In our formative years we are in a phase of our life where we are trying to realize who we are and what we like. The media through television, music, movies, and other forms indoctrinates us with much of the cultural influences that we know for the most part. I use the word indoctrinate as opposed to teaching because I use the word teaching in a more positive sense, as opposed to indoctrinating which is learned but are not necessarily... (more)

Tags: hip-hop, music, house, star, artist, bieber, pop, electronic

Let’s face the music and dance

By Uttam Gill, published on Apr 22, 2012

...thrill in your life. In a bloody boring time, you wish to break out from the tyrannical monotony. And how you do that? The brush of gentle breeze, rustling leaves, thunderous clouds chirping birds creates an acoustic aura of dazzling sound. Magically within us in silence, we create our own music and that’s how you unshackle your self from dreary spell of boredom.

Am I sounding crazy or insane? Are you wondering? Come on folks, this not a time, to wonder, its time to dance. Let's face the music and dance.

Just hold on do and listen to me, what I say to you now. Whistle... (more)

Tags: music, life, happiness, dance, joy, sound, thrill

Those Thoughts Again

By D. Sager, published on Feb 20, 2012

...it grows. Negative thoughts breed and feed off each other. Where will I hide?

God, my creator, is a hiding place for me. He can restore me, heal me, and remove my shame. My heavenly Dad, can give me the strength to hold my head high once again, without the support of drugs, alcohol, music, gangs, belongings, or anything I have unsuccessfully leaned on. I need to know that God my father, sings over me. He sings because he loves me and has created me for great things. He understands my shame. He wants me to be whole again, to live without being affected by that incident... (more)

Tags: music, god, alcohol, drugs, monster, party, kissing, gangs, burning, cheeks, comfortable, feeling, loathing, low, negative, self hating, shame, unguarded

SEÑORITA MAY I DANCE WITH YOU

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 28, 2011

... and I walk towards you…You see me coming and stand in silence. You are expecting surprises and I oblige your expectations…because I knew the inevitability. I look into your eyes and ask SEÑORITA MAY I DANCE WITH YOU. You utter no words but in silence you nod. Outside it is pouring heavily and here with the music we embrace the fire. Mood glides the body and music sets the rhythm. We continued till wee hours. And now you are gone and quietly, I see, the dawn breaking to its glory and realizes that I lived a dream. Come back again senorita...sway with me SEÑORITA MAY I DANCE WITH YOU.

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Tags: music, dance, senorita

The Music

By D. Sager, published on Dec 7, 2011

I turned the music on today.

I let the pain work its way out and through

my heart to my eyes,

welling up with watery release

I turned the music on today.

I let the tears come rolling on in and down

my face to my lips,

tasting my salty sorrow.

I turned the music on today.

I let myself go and felt all of it

rolling around and across

my life in this room.

I turned the music on today...

First written in: opinionsofeye.com

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Tags: music, relationships, tears, lonely, hope, acceptance, release

Why Not Today?

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 3, 2011

You are man within a real man…you are not an accident…you are not destined to suffer…you have avenues…you have options…Life is full of alternatives…Sing a song for yourself…I am not into sermons …I am talking to myself and isn’t this is your voice too…what we are harping for and why we are insisting to prove …nothing my friend…nothing…just for one day look into your gains and losses…Gains are much more, then say loudly that to hell with the loss…I need to move forward…No matter what may come remember the basic instinct of yours…you don’t want pains…you want happiness…you wish to be jubilant... (more)

Tags: music, life, happiness, nature, dance, decision

And it’s not over yet…feel the erotic magnificence.

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 10, 2011

Sing a song for yourself others would dance…

Infectious smile would fetch greetings from the one you never expected and once you set the ball in motion then you in triumphing mood creates an aura of irresistible charm. While I am writing this I wish to open the lid for steam to escape so the niceties of charm in its flattering and flirting mode returns me back the molten substance of my erotic world. Don’t catch me wrong and I also believe that you have not understood; yes, midway we know that clouds are gathering and lightning in its acoustic glory creating a perfect scenario to sway.... (more)

Tags: music, rain, dance, sensuality, erotic

End of the musical soiree?

By M H Ahssan, published on Oct 31, 2011

While music lovers are still mourning the loss of Jagjit Singh, the maestro also left a void in the world of ghazal singing. There may be no dearth of listeners for this genre, but, unfortunately, few youngsters are taking to it and pursuing it as a profession. With no promising talent making it at the top levels, is this the end of the road for the genre?

“The current generation is drifting away from language and poetry,” says lyricist Javed Akhtar, who has worked with Singh on songs like Jaate jaate woh mujhe achchi nishani de gaya. “Due to lack of patronage, the genre is not getting... (more)

Tags: music, india, m h ahssan, ghazal, jagjit singh

Lady Gaga - Artist or Gimmick?

By Felicia Stevenson, published on Oct 12, 2011

...by putting their two names together in Google.

Her first hit that I really knew about was Poker Face, and while the tune was catchy and the lyrics OK, it felt like another "flash in the pan" dance remix that makes a lot of money but makes no difference in the long run of the history of music.

Anyway,

My point is I didn't really feel like Poker Face was exactly going to become a classic, to be played on golden 00's in 30 years, you know? Not exactly Hotel California material. Just sayin'. Although we are still occasionally reminded of NKOTB, so what do I know about ... (more)

Tags: music, lady gaga, reviews, gaga

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