They choose to remain comfortably within the bounds of their own experience, never troubling to wonder how it would feel to have been born other than they are. They can refuse to hear screams or peer inside cages. They can close their hearts and minds to any suffering that does not touch them personally. They can refuse to know. I might be tempted to envy people who can live Prvi Jutarnji - Šobić* - Ožiljak way, except that I do not think that they have any fewer nightmares than I do.
Of all the subjects on this planet, I think they would have been hard-put to name one less useful in Greek mythology when it came to securing the keys of an executive bathroom. Now I would like to make it clear in parenthesis, that I do not blame my parents for their point of view. There is an expiry date for blaming your parents for steering you in the wrong direction.
The moment you are old enough to take the wheel, responsibility lies with you. What is more, I can not criticize my parents for hoping that I would never experience poverty. They had been poor themselves, and I have since been poor.
And I quite agree with them, that it is not an ennobling experience. Poverty, entails fear, and stress, and sometimes depression, It means a thousand petty humiliations and hardships.
Climbing out of poverty by your own efforts, that is something by which to pride yourself, but poverty itself, is romanticized only by fools. But I feared at your age was not poverty, but failure Now, I am not dull enough to suppose that because you are young, gifted, and well educated, that you have never known heartbreak, hardship, or heartache.
Talent and intelligence, never yet inoculated anyone against the caprice of the fates That is an astonishing statement and yet proven a thousand times every day of our lives. I stopped pretending to myself that I was anything other than what I was.
They can refuse to hear screams or to peer inside cages; they can close their minds and hearts to any suffering that does not touch them personally; they can refuse to know. They are often more afraid. I received my order here in Australia in less than a week. You have to read his instructions carefully and forgive him for using confusing terms like quavers and crotchets, but the program is really quite easy to install and use if you have a basic knowledge of computer functions.
If you set the thread filter to ABC or MIDI and go back days, you should find previous threads that discuss these methods of posting tunes. I use Noteworthy Composer, which you can download from this site click here. Alison, one RealAudio of "Sunday Driver" coming right up. Well I dinnae mind interstate teams winning the grand final either She thinks the tune to "Sunday Driver" may be "High Germany.
Roy Williamson died a few years ago, but Ronnie Browne is carrying on solo. With all my double-posting, I'd better not try anything fancy Well, they have the lyrics for just one song. They say the lyrics section is new, so maybe more lyrics will come later. Whoever does that is not going to provide a lot of lyrics online. But Gavin Browne has helped me with lyrics I wasn't too sure about, so maybe if you ask him Is there any specific song you are looking for, Joe?
I've got quite a few by now. Just let me know, and I'll let you know. Jenny, Roy's daughter has written a book on her father. I skimmed through it and thought it Misty Thursday - Horace Parlan Quintet - Frank-ly Speaking touch too idolising for my taste, but if you're keen you might ask Gavin Browne about it.
I can't remember the publisher. The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe Corries certainly were a great band, and the first ones to direct me to Scottish music.
I never cared much for their self-penned songs, particularly the comic ones like 'Sunday Driver', and I only saw them live once and thought the The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe a bit too slick, but I still like the albums. Nowadays I usually listen to other stuff, but every now and again The strong goat on many of their Jacobite songs is sensational!
It was on the isle of Islay and we were an audience of about people waiting in the concert hall. Then the power went off it went off for all of the island until next morning just when they were about to start. We sat in complete darkness. Then the first candles were lit.
Then a local farmer was shouted for who was supposed to have a generator. He was there and he went off to fetch it. We didn't know at that time Brian Wilson - Your Imagination it would take about one hour before the generator power would be on.
Then the The Isolationist - Orators Of Advanced Thought came in front of the stage and started singing the better known songs a capella in the dark. The audience joined them and we had a some hundred voices a capella concert for more than half an hour. When the power went on again it was not enough for both amplification and lights, so having the choice The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe see them or to hear them, we opted The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe listening.
George Thorogood & The Destroyers - So Much Trouble when the news came that under these special circumstances the last ferry to the isle of Jura would be an exceptionally late ferry allowing the people from over there to stay until the end Pisser Dans Un Violon - Kevin Ayers - Original Album Series (Box Set, Album, Album, Album, Album, Al the concert we gave them The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe the Corries a big cheer.
I think I bought mine at the Seattle Highland Games. Roy and Ronnie had and have remarkable voices. Roy's was deceptively so.
I own copies of both of their song books, one published in about and another, more recent book of about 40 tunes.
Gavins site is easy to find, just search "Corries. I wrote the tune as performed by Brocade and later, by the Corries. My friends and I had idolised the Corries since childhood and to be signed to their record company was, to us, a great honour. We always found Roy and Ronnie to be the same off-stage as on. They were gentlemen and inveterate artists. Roy's guitar playing was under-rated, listen to some of his solo stuff. He was a great baroque player.
I disagreed with the lyrics of Roy's Song, "Flower of Scotland", and told him so, and he agreed that the words might inspire hatred of the English. He saw the point of my lyrics in The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe will Flourish" and I believe, in some part agreed with them. In conclusion,The Corries are sadly missed but they must be included The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe any list of the greatest exponents of Scottish Folk Music.
Ian Blacklaw Richardson. I got really intersted in them when I was twelve, my sister took me to see them in a small town called Largs which is on the west coast of The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringesince then I must of seen many times.
The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe live in a town called Saltcoats, which is quite close to Largs. I have their albums from to their last one that they made together. I even have their second one they made as Hot Property - Chris Farlowe - Chris Farlowe 1-2 corrie folk trio and Paddie Bell.
And to the person who talked about the Aussie Rules football teams, I just like to say I hope the Eagles and the Dockers really get it up you. And win the grand final. That was the only time I never saw them. I think that The Corries are underatred, and this thing about the words to Flower of Scotland being horrible and dpressive is totally wrong.
If people really listened to the song, and then they find out that is all about getting together as a nation as one and joining together for Scottish freedom. I have about 5 miles of Corries audio and video. There was not one dry eye in the house. I would, however, kill an Englishman! Can anyone help? When I was in my younger years, this was Aint That Peculiar - Fanny - Fanny Hill easy, I was very alone.
I am 63 now and I am happy that I am what I am. The most beautyfull of this is that my real friends love me for this. At the end of the day I realized it was a gift! ME, too. Only I am even older. Finally getting to be an astrologer. Had to spend 45 years as executive in banking. It was great, but this is my passion. Pluto in Leo also brings in other fascinating gifts with various transits. Some deep and scary, some magical. And nothing will be the same, because you are not the same.
Years have passed! I get this. The Gallant 42 - The Sorries - Live At The Fringe was awful when I realized how much I had truly compromised, and that I had no control over this that I was the face of. Thanks for always sharing with us Elsa. Just to add that during this difficult yet revealing time, Pluto is transiting my 8 house conjunct my natal mercury last of 5 Monkey Dance - Sugar & Candy - Monkey Dance square my aries moon in 12th.
It seems that pluto has revealed to me his own stinky, manipulative, controlling, misleading to gain power way of working. Abusing those things most dear to us, our very core tr pluto square moon our children. I was right in the middle of a social situation for almost 10 years and I was never really comfortable. I was forced to see and listen to one disturbing thing after the next. Or worse, gossip. I would be more worn out from the word vomit than I was from the hard physical work I was doing.
I realized just how emotionally raw it made me, and how it took a toll on my physical health, especially my Adrenal glands. I am not sure I will ever be able to completely manage my emotional intelligence, but I can manage how much I take on.
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