9. I as in Inspiration! | #Wishlist2017

The immaterial wishes continues to dominate my wishlist for 2017, a wishlist exercise which I aim to establish as a tradition, beyond my birthday. An exercise done during vacation and holiday times! What I felt during some time, is a bit of lack of inspiration, especially when it comes to create texts or music. My blogging has went down in speed and frequency beyond the #blog365 challenge 2016, and writing more extended essays or texts haven’t been taking place since ending up writing the first full draft of my book that never went into full publishing all the way, or…

#SlamRadio – 217 – Slam (LIVE) – SoundCloud | #QuickShare #Running #Music

Listen to #SlamRadio – 217 – Slam (LIVE) by Slam #np on #SoundCloud

Music | #31mediterar

Three years ago. VJ backdrop behind me when I had my last livegig as a DJ. A screenshot. The sword. The focus. The small against the big. David vs Goliath. Or making things simple, the cut of the Gordian Knot at the Tower of Babel? Agreeing on the Universal Language of Music? Beyond, we go. Star Wars mythology introduced tonight with Mika and Nadine. Ep IV. A New Hope. Yes.  Landed well! Star Wars Soundtrack. Echoing. Lullaby. Music is my core element.  Goodnight!

Rest in peace, George … | #blog366

… and thank you for your music and voice. You soundtracked a big part of my youth. And you were very important for my Karin as well, here a piece from her vinyl archive. Ending my day with listening to “Heal The Pain” while reading a chapter in Handbook of Music and Emotion tonight, “Music for Health and Well-being”. Yes, music for health. But George’s heart in the end said ‘no’. Rest in peace, GM.

№ 7 – The Tune | #blogg24

Just listened to the first tune on my new phone Honor 8, using my beloved AKG DJ headphones. Great experience, good sound! Salva Mea, with Faithless. Love, incorporated. Period! 1979, as a 13 year old, I carried the music with me in the 1st gen Sony Walkman, in Sweden named Freestyle. Remember having Eurythmics Sweet Dreams album on autorepeat back then. 37 years later, still having my music with me, wherever I go. And will, as long as I live. Music is life. Life is love. Love is music.