Joe Walsh – Life’s Been Good – Feat. Daryl Hall (Live From Daryl’s House)

Classic song! What are you grateful for? Life’s been good! 


This is so fantastic I have to share this with ~ Trinity Orchestra plays Pink Floyd’s Dark side of the moon

On 8 July 2012, the entirely student-run Trinity Orchestra returned with a new performance of their most adventurous and highly anticipated musical project: Pink Floyd’s iconic 70s progressive rock album ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ arranged for full orchestra, band, and singers. Following 2011’s Daft Punk medley, this music video shows the full orchestral performance of “Time” and “Breathe (Reprise)” in Christ Church Cathedral as part of the 10 Days in Dublin Festival. The full set list included “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”, Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’, “Wish You Were Here” and “Comfortably Numb”. Trinity Orchestra is a voluntary student society and derive no financial benefit from the production of this video. Music by Nick Mason, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright Lyrics by Roger Waters Arranged by James O’Leary Conducted by Eamonn Bell Filmed by: Tom Speers, Callum Swift, Sam Mulcahy, Max Rocha Edited by Tom Speers Directed by Tom Speers and Callum Swift Production: Colm McNally, Jack Berrill and Sam Coffey Live Sound: John Kearns Visuals: Enda Colfer Recorded by Rob Kearns at Christchurch Cathedral, Alexandra College and Scoil Bhríde Boys School, Blanchardstown. Mixed by Rob Kearns. Mastered by Paul Casey Lead Vocals: Hozier and Oli Smith Backing Vocals: Joe Carroll, Karen Cowley, Anne Nuding, Sallay Chandra-Garnett Guitar: Rob Kearns Bass: Alex Ryan Drums: Fiachra Kinder Keyboard: Rob Farhat Special thanks: DU Film Society, Alexandra College and Scoil Bhríde Boys School, Blanchardstown Additional Thanks: Aine Balfe W: F: T: Y: Fl: E:


KP twitter~ The Duke of Cambridge Awards Rocker Nicholas Mason ~ Pink Floyd

aeltrileaf- tumblr Magpie Jay – Simple -Costa Rica

Aeltrileaf is a very interesting person and her posts are varied with what she likes, there is more to her than keeping up with pizzagate and pedogate.  She smart, well written and can argue back with ease. These things I love about our friendship.

Okay, well a little bit about this indy band

5 questions for Costa Rican band Magpie Jay

They are from Costa Rica and their music for the soul warrants furthering investigation for your ears.  Sit down with a glass of wine and jam out and dream of these amazing jungles and seascapes of Costa Rica.  Add them to your collection of music and follow them on FaceBook or Twitter.

Band Members
Julián Garita (Voz)
Felipe Apéstegui (Guitarra)
Felipe González (Bajo)
Sebastián Suñol (Batería)
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