So have you ever seen those videos of a color blind person getting those glasses that allows him to see color for the first time? Go here for a minute and see what I mean. Man receives glasses that lets him see color.
Did you see his reaction to seeing the beauty of creation? Have you ever thought about how wonderful it is to see the color green?
Be praised for all Your tenderness
By these works of Your hands
Suns that rise and rains that fall to bless
And bring to life Your land
Look down upon this winter wheat
And be glad that You have made
Blue for the sky and the color green
That fills these fields with praise
So I have been listening to classic R&B this week as I bemoan the state of contemporary music and decided to find a good cover of Otis Redding. And this isn’t too bad.
So I have been listening to Taisei Iwasaki this past week. He is a composer that I am really beginning to appreciate his work. And especially this song.
This blue-grass cover of David Bowie’s classic is one of the more unique covers that I have had the pleasure of listening to hopefully you will enjoy it also.
Now if you want to learn more about this group go here: Mipso Music
Haven’t seen WOTE lately so I was pleasantly surprised to find this cover of the late Tom Petty enjoy.
Now if I were one of those people who make everything secular into some sort of Christian evangelical message I would talk about how we need to keep believing but no the truth is that I found this on YouTube and I have been playing it all this week. And the fact that it was done in one take is cool.
Here is an Advent hymn (it is still Advent the season of Christmas hasn’t begun) that I recently came across and I think you will enjoy.
So some one pointed out to me that they didn’t know the rules regarding Earworm Wednesday. So…
Rule #1 The song can’t be lewd in nature.
Rule#2 If the song is popular I try to find someone who has done a cover of it.
Rule #3 It has to be rattling around my skull at least for two hours. But can also be a suggestion from a reader of this blog.
Rule #4 When all of this fails I choose something that amuses me.
Enjoy this Christmas Carol from the Mediaeval Baebes
One of the best versions of this song from Handel’s Messiah is this one from 1994 Young Messiah your. Enjoy.
Yes you may blame Carl Truman, Aimee Byrd, and Todd Pruitt aka the hosts of Mortification of Spin for this week’s earworm. On the latest podcast they ended it with this song. So instead of giving you an aging pop princess’ cover of the song I found an obscure Swedish band with an outré video.