Welcome to England
Welcome to England
My husband used to think that the hymn said, “No hell! No hell! No hell!”
A nice fanvideo set to my favorite Tori Amos Christmas song. I have no idea what the movie is, though. Anyone know?
I’m pretty sure that being drunk at a Sufjan Steven’s Christmas concert would be pretty freaking awesome and go a long way toward giving almost anyone some Christmas cheer. It’s just that ridiculous. And it’s probably best to be buzzed while listening/watching, too. I dunno. I just like it.
I was listening to this album (Ornamentals) for the first time the other day and kept thinking this was a Madonna song from the 1990s or something. I was kinda tripped out to see it was by Lovespirals and not Madonna at all. My brain has a hard time accepting that. Listen and tell me if you hear 90s Madonna, too. Or am I insane? Wait…don’t answer that! 😉
This is one of the most heartbreaking and beautiful winter songs ever.
Always love her bluesy way.
I’m loving this latest offering from Sinead O’Connor. I’ve listened to is many times today.
In my last Sister Songs post, I talked about two songs that I feel like are the same character at different points in their life. (I actually think Curtain Call is also that character.) But this time, I feel like these are two alternate takes on the same event, like the same character taking the same journey, covering the same exact days, but in one take they are “a sorta fairytale” kind of days and in the other they have a more positive spin.
A Sorta Fairytale
Sometimes I feel like Tori Amos writes songs that are sisters to each other, or possibly they are the same song character showing up at different places and times, aged, changed, morphed. For example, Lady In Blue and 16 Shades of Blue. I’m pretty sure 16 Shades of Blue happened first in the timeline of this character’s life, despite being recorded later, and that Lady In Blue is the same character a few months or years down the line.
16 Shades of Blue
Lady In Blue