Day5 of my dream diary improvised songs. Not purely improvised, but everything is just polished improvisation really.

Improv song dream diary day 4.

Day 3, Only one line, i got so little material last night. I couldn’t resist adding  harmonies and more guitars. Is that cheating? How else am i going to avoid making this film i should be making? 

Day 2 of my improvised song dream diary. i might start animating these? 

Its a silly project. Take two chords, loop them round and round and try to sing what you drempt last night. Embarrassing, but somehow satisfying, curious, a fun way to carry on exploring my fascination with dreams, the subconscious, and with bad singing made up on the spot.

ograes:

whovian-hetalian:

clarkkftw:

teamaequitas:

0hmykaty:

wearealljustrunaways:

savisintheclouds:

I literally felt like I did not have a choice.

Robin Williams says reblog, you reblog. 

…okay.

did i even really have a choice?

okay robin williams

i hesitated for a second and then considered the repercussions

just gonna reblog…

okk

This Train Remains

This Train remains by The Last September, coming soon…

New Music Vid for The Last September coming soon..

"Dont run around this world looking for a hole to hide in. There are wild beasts in every cave."
Rumi
A message from kizziewombat
I love your work! Do you like the Quay Brothers?

I do.

you-are-another-me:

The Babemba tribe of Africa believes that each human being comes into the world as good. Each one of us only desiring safety, love, peace and happiness.

But sometimes, in the pursuit of these things, people make mistakes.

When a person acts irresponsibly or unjustly, he/she is placed in the center of the village, alone, unfettered. All work ceases. All gather around the accused individual. Then each person of every age, begins to talk out loud to the accused. One at a time, each person tells all the good things the one in the center ever did in his/her lifetime.

Every incident, every experience that can be recalled with any detail and accuracy, is recounted. All positive attributes, good deeds, strengths, and kindnesses are recited carefully and at length. 

The tribal ceremony often lasts several days, not ceasing until everyone is drained of every positive comment that can be mustered. At the end, the tribal circle is broken, a joyous celebration takes place, and the person is symbolically and literally welcomed back into the tribe. Necessity for such ceremonies is rare!

This story is originally from the book, Contact, The First Four Minutes by Leonard Sunin. The Babemba or Bemba people make their home in an area of Africa that includes Zambia and the Congo.

Another source: http://tinyurl.com/nt5xydr 
Photo by Jessica Hilltout.

Beautiful. We have so much to learn.