It’s finally Friday! TGIF! The weekend is here! Also that means that it’s time to go see Deadpool. To everyone that is going out and seeing it tonight, rock on. I hope everyone has an enjoyable experience.
For now, let’s get the morning over with, so we can go out and enjoy the night!
Margret Garret and The Conjure Beat – Even Though You’re Gone (For Mark Sandman)
This is a great song dedicated to the late Mark Sandman. Props to the band, and thanks for creating a helluva piece.
These are actually two songs by Morphine. One is called Shade (I Know You Part IV) while the other is called Shadow (I Know You Part V). I ended up taking them and mixing them together one night in a span of about 10 – 20 minutes, and well. . .this was the result. I had bet, that eventually, the band would have released the two as one, since they were mirror images, and the sounds were the same.
I found this while just clicking around some time ago, when there was an eclipse back in 2012, and Bill Nye was giving a speech about it [I was watching it via NASA’s site], and they played this. It struck a chord with me, and well. . .I enjoyed it needless to say.
It’s a song about F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald.
This is a great tune. Some may disagree, and that’s fine, I can respect that. However, this 4:36 long song packs a wallop, and just gets you in a great mood. It’s just that kind of fun. Deal with it!
Another great hit by Rammstein, and it’s a heavy hitter. I used to play this shit out of this song when I would be on my way to work, and whilst at work. That guitar thrashing gives you a rush. . .ah. . .
It’s a wonderful song with depressing lyrics. . .but hell. . .it is Goodbye.
Buckethead – Sketches of Spain [For Miles Davis]
I love this song, flat out. It’s dedicated to Miles Davis, and his Sketches of Spain.
Most folks should know this tune: from an episode of Regular Show, to a few movies, trailers, and well. . .it’s a classic. Nowadays, we have a split show of Sweet, but of course, not consisting of all the original band members. Great tune. . .fitting for tonight!
Damien Rice – 9 Crimes
This was the first song of Damien Rice’s I came across in 2009. I’ve been a fan ever since, and I love his music. I just love orchestra pieces, and am all about that classical music flair. Granted, he does more than piano, cello, clarinet, etc. I love the lyrics of this song, and the video definitely adds the touch of awesomeness to it.
That wraps it up for this edition of Music That Inspires You. Check back next week for another round of good tunes.
Got a song and/or artist you like, and want to share? Drop it in the comments!