Already a wonderful song, this a cappella version adds a bit of extra magic to the Leaving on a Mayday album track.
I was dozing through Classic Breakfast on ABC FM the other week when an extraordinary version of Purcell’s Dido’s Lament seeped into my brain. It was the “love it or leave it” segment of the program, mostly I can leave them, but this I love. Solo voice and double bass? Try it:
U.S. Games Systems is more than just the publisher of the Waite Rider pack. http://usgs.typepad.com/ Cards, spreads, symbolism, quizzes, even a recipe for The Empress’ Harvest Wheat Bread. Obviously they promote their own products, but as the major publisher of Tarot cards they are well worth a visit.
When you install WordPress, depending on how it is done, you may find that your URL is in the form of http://myblog.org.au/wordpress/. To remove the “wordpress/” bit is fairly straightforward. First, go to your cPanel, and open the File Manager, which should be under “Files”. Under public_html you will see the wordpress directory. Open the wordpress […]
The light cruiser HMS Caroline is a sister ship to HMS Carysfort, on which my grandfather served as Surgeon from 1914 to 1916. Caroline has been moored in Belfast for about 70 years, but now looks like being conserved as a museum. Well worth a visit. Here seen in original trim, with a pole mast. After […]
Watching the Eynsham Morris on a damp Boxing Day in 2012 I remembered that my still camera also does videos, so I had a go. Here they are.
Wallander fans may have heard her song “Quiet night” playing over the closing credits of one of the later series. At first I thought it incongruous, but when I listened to the words I realised it was entirely appropriate. Anna Ternheim is Swedish, but spent many years in the US. She sings in English with what […]
A good place to branch out from is Aeclectic Tarot – http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/links/blogs.shtml Unlike many other sites it is up to date. Many people have started Tarot sites, but they rarely last.
Blog now running! WordPress is surprisingly easy to use. Now for some fun 🙂