Where to find me: songs and poems
Pretend that a woman is saying this excerpt from Depeche Mode:
"He'll hear me out, and won't easily be converted
To my way of thinking; in fact, he'll often disagree,
But at the end of it all, he will understand me...ah.."
The "ah" at the end is compulsory. :)
I'm going on hibernation, the way most possums do in the winter, but if you ever need me, you can find me here--in these links, ready for the clicking:
OLAY: The evolution of beauty - Keep clicking till you get to the docu-feature.
Don't forget to watch Cartoon Network.
The Evolution of Beauty also comes out on Star World.
Stranded - Plumb - version two
Empty - me
Keep my Spirit - me
I'm With You - Avril Lavigne
Blue Moon Revisited - Cowboy Junkies
Sweet Jane - Lou Reed/Velvet Underground
I Shall Believe - Sheryl Crow
Primitive - Annie Lennox
Come Undone - Duran Duran
Vox - Sarah McLachlan
Crystal- Stevie Nicks
Summertime - Ella Fitzgerald
The Lord's Prayer - Malotte
Talking to my Angel - Melissa Etheridge
Ghost - Indigo Girls
Sophia - Nerina Pallot
I Found a Reason - Velvet Underground
The Absence of Fear - Jewel
My Dark Night (based on the Prayer of St. John of the Cross) - me
Come to My Window - Melissa Etheridge
Wild is the Wind - Nina Simone
Winter - Tori Amos
Yesterday - Paul McCartney
The First Cut is the Deepest - Cat Stevens
Piece of my Heart - Erma Thompson/Janis Joplin
It's only Love - Stevie Nicks/Sheryl Crow
The Prayer of St. Francis (traditional)
I'm Like a Bird (Nelly Furtado)
River (Joni Mitchell)
One Place (Everything but the Girl)
Tomorrow I Will Be Yours (Paula Cole)
Time After Time (Cyndi Lauper)
Black is the Colour of My True Love's Hair (Scottish Traditional)
Love of My Life (Queen)
Last Goodbye (Jeff Buckley)
East Avenue Impromptu (me) - About writing the overture of the song: here...more...more...more...more...more...and the last. I feel the "adagio" is coming. I'm on Weltschmerz-mode right now, and I really don't know why.
Epilogue: Beautiful (Jennifer Paige)
Posted at 10:04 am by midama
November 25, 2007 11:04 PM PST
I started out in the Philippines, doing shampoo commercials on radio for P&G (Pantene) and Unilever (Sunsilk) - remember, "Dati, he used to call me like this!" in the nineties'? Yup, that's where it all started.
I started with Gerry and Lindy Magnaye's outfit called AD FARM.
November 25, 2007 01:32 AM PST
For some reason, I can't get over it :-P Wow, congrats -- one of the best voices i've heard for sure :-)
November 23, 2007 11:34 PM PST
I hate to say "yes" without reservation, but it's the truth. :D