Monday, June 07, 2010












Skybridge Studios said...

But so much sweetness in the middle.

Lovely, haunting music.

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

So true. So true.

Von said...

....and hopefully good coffee never ends......

Subby said...

"When the ancients said a work well begun was half done, they meant to impress the importance of always endeavouring to make a good brginning."~~Polybius

"Meet the first beginnings; look to the budding mischief before it has time to ripen to maturity."~~Shakespeare

The beginning of this tune rang familiar...nice :)

Sam Juliano said...

This is a haunting and evocative piece of music that (in view of its wrenching subject matter) chills the spine. The death of Pasolini is one of the great tragedies connected to the cinema, but years later there has been some persuasive political arguments as to the complicity of the brutal assassination. This jarring, disjointed music is singularly powerful and there's a strong underpinning of sadness, as well as there should be. Another musician and song has deeply moved me at this site of unexpected wonders.

And as far as that opening salvo, how true, how true. The essence of the universe is predicated on such an accepted order.

Coffee Messiah said...

skybridge: No, Thank You!

eff & von: Thanks for stopping by.

subT: Thanks for stopping by.

sam: Appreciate your comment. Scott Walker has some interesting songs and this one is one of them.

tony said...

We Dance.We Change Partner.The Song Remains The Same.

layers said...

continuous beginnings-- I like that thought-- and apt image to go with it.

S. Susan Deborah said...

Reading Seneca in accompaniment to this music is a bit melancholic nevertheless nice.

Joy always,

Ténèbres à la lumière... said...

Hi! C.M.,
I listened to the sounds...before heading away...very nice sounds and a quote that "rings" so true from Seneca.
Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

California Girl said...

ain't it the truth.

Anil P said...

And the circle of life will only end with the radius reducing to a point.

Coffee Messiah said...

anil p : I like how you think!