|WOO HOO Do I love a storm!||critmass|
Sep 18, 2003 10:48 PM
|The power just came back on so to celebrate I put on Wagner's Ride of the Valkyrie and CRANKED it. Thinking what music goes with a good storm: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald "When the gales of November came early", Ferde Grofe's Cloudburst from the Grand Canyon Suite, Stevie Ray Vaughn's Couldn't Stand the Weather or maybe Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy "The winds of Thor are blowin' cold". Just singin' in the sunshine and laughin' in the rain, Hittin' on the moonshine, rockin' in the grain.
But then "Here comes the Sun do-do-do-do" would be nice to hear in the morning.
Build your house on stone, building on sand will leave you to moan.
|dude, what the hell are you smoking??!!||lonefrontranger|
Sep 19, 2003 9:21 PM
|... and can I have some?
This has got to be one of the most entertaining stream-of-consciousness posts I've ever read. I even think I might agree with you on some (not all) of the music choices. Thank you my man, you have finanally proven that as insane as I think I am, there's always some nut out there who's far more lost it than me.
|The plant of Gods||critmass|
Sep 20, 2003 11:08 AM
|Nuthin' compares to the Huichol Peyote ritual to get you into a storm. :~)
Glad she faded from a cat 5 hell-storm to a cat 2.
But then in daylight and clear of mind the Cape sure doesn't look like it use to.
And what's up with postponing the ESA surf championships. Bunch of feeble bores.