Might be overstating the case, but Promises is what Miles Davis’s In A Silent Way would be if it more listenable. Presently my favorite record of 2021.
Dustin O’Halloran isn’t as clever as Chilly Gonzales, but he is one of the most elegant living composers of solo piano pieces. O’Halloran’s Piano Solos 1 and Piano Solos 2 are among my favorite records of all time. Melancholic, contemplative, bookish: O’Halloran unapologetically borrows from the nocturnes of 18th century Irish composer John Field, thoughContinue reading “New Music From Dustin O’Halloran”
This summer, we will drive more than 6000 miles and see many national parks and old friends. This is the official trip playlist, which I have made collaborative for anyone who wants to listen, discern the mood, and add a few song to help out the family.
I bought this one on the basis of hot recommendations from Sofia Coppola and Nick Hornby (both of whom I trust pretty far) and found it so good, I had to pace myself to make it last. I liked it so much, in fact, that I really didn’t care how badly it ended (I amContinue reading “On The Basis”
Registration is now open on GibbsClassical.com for all 2021-2022 classes. There are a limited number of Student level openings in Foundations of Modern Politics, British Ladies of the Nineteenth Century, The Divine Comedy for Beginners, and Modern Romance: The Cult of Courtly Love in Theory, Literature, and Film. All these classes have an Auditor option, asContinue reading “Registration Is Now Open On GibbsClassical.com For All 2021-2022 Classes”
5. Topo Chico (unflavored) 4. Simple Truth Pineapple (discontinued) 3. Simple Truth Cucumber Melon 2. Good & Gather Ginger Peach 1. La Croix Limoncello
Jean-Jacques Rousseau Caspar David Friedrich Herman Hesse
Instrumental ison. The Byzantines do this with their voices.
For the moment you wake until the moment you leave the house. I have made it a collaborative playlist, so after you get the vibe, feel free to add to it.
I have never (ever) heard anything like this. Uncanny, unearthly, overwhelming. Something new is almost always something old.