Pink Floyd – Coming Back to Life – The Division Bell (with annoted lyrics)



My second favorite song on this album.

The Division Bell
1. cluster one
2. what do you want from me
3. poles apart
4. marooned
5. a great day for freedom
6. wearing the inside out
7. taking it back
8. COMING BACK TO LIFE
9. keep talking
10. lost for words
11. high hopes

If you like this song, check out the others from this album, or others from Pink Floyd. You won’t be disappointed.

Lyrics:
Where were you when I was burned and broken
While the days slipped by from my window watching
And where were you when I was hurt and I was helpless
Because the things you say and the things you do surround me
While you were hanging yourself on someone else’s words
Dying to believe in what you heard
I was staring straight into the shining sun

Lost in thought and lost in time
While the seeds of life and the seeds of change were planted
Outside the rain fell dark and slow
While I pondered on this dangerous but irresistible pastime

I took a heavenly ride through our silence
I knew the moment had arrived
For killing the past and coming back to life

I took a heavenly ride through our silence
I knew the waiting had begun
And I headed straight into the shining sun

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Metallica – Master Of Puppets (Live)



Recorded live in Canada in August 2012 and featured in the motion picture Metallica Through the Never.
Metallica Through the Never in IMAX 3D theaters on September 27, 2013 and all theaters nationwide on October 4, 2013.
Soundtrack available on September 24, 2013 – http://www.itunes.com/metallica
http://www.throughthenevermovie.com
http://www.metallica.com
http://www.itunes.com/metallica

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“Celluloid Heroes” w/Lyrics- The Kinks



No copyright infringement intended. This video is solely to highlight the brilliance of the Kinks, the songwriters and the motion pictures. I seek no monetary gain.
A 1972 recording that was released as a single in Nov. 1972. Included on “The Kinks Greatest Hits” album in 1976.

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The Holy Bible – Book 01 – Genesis – KJV Dramatized Audio



This is the holy book of Genesis, known as “The First Book of Moses called Genesis”.

The recording is dramatized, from the King James Bible.

This is, in my opinion, the best and most beautiful recording of the King James Bible in existence.

Thanks, blessings, honor, glory, and power to the most high God, who is the almighty creator and author of these books.

For those who doubt the Biblical Christian worldview, please carefully examine the evidence set forth in the following documentaries:
“Non-Christian Historical Evidence for the Existence of Jesus” by Chris White, “The Bible – The Word of God? – Extraordinary Claims Demand Extraordinary Evidence”, “The Bible on Trial – Beyond A Reasonable Doubt”, which is split into six ~10 minute parts, “A Lamp in the Dark – The Untold History of the Bible” (2009), the sequel “Tares Among The Wheat” (2012), “Finger of God” (2007), and the sequel “Furious Love” (2010), and it’s sequel Father of Lights (2012), “Darwin’s Dilemma – The Mystery of the Cambrian Fossil Record” (2009), “Secrets of the Bible Code Revealed”, Parts 1 & 2 (1998), “The Case for a Creator” (2006), the sequel “The Case for Christ” (2007), and it’s sequel “The Case for Faith” (2008), and this next one not from Lee Strobel, “The Case for Christ’s Resurrection” (2007), “The Privileged Planet” (2004), “The Star of Bethlehem” (2007), “Unlocking the Mystery of Life” (2002), “Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution” (2000), it’s sequel “Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution II” (2000), and it’s sequel “Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution III” (2004), “God of Wonders” (2008), Chuck Missler’s “What Is Truth – The Case for Biblical Integrity”, Parts 1 & 2 (2006), “Aquarius – The Age of Evil” (2010), “Age of Deceit – Fallen Angels and the New World Order”, “Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings – Volume 1 – The New Atlantis” (2006), it’s sequel “Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings – Volume 2 “- Riddles In Stone – The Secret Arcitecture of Washington D.C.” (2007), the next sequel “Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings – Volume 3 – Eye of the Phoenix – Secret of the Dollar Bill” (2009), and the final sequel “Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings – Volume 4 – Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers” (2010), “Megiddo – The March to Armageddon” (2004), and it’s sequel “Megiddo II – The New Age” (2006), “Countdown to Eternity” (2005), “Zeitgeist Refuted & Debunked”. If you want more, or have a specific question, just ask.
I found all of these for free on the internet, most of them here on YouTube but a few on torrent websites. A few of these may also be found on the Internet Archive.

King James Version .PDF → http://www.bibleprotector.com/KJB-PCE-MINION.pdf
King James Version – High Resolution 1611 → http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/sceti/printedbooksNew/index.cfm?TextID=kjbible
King James Version – Normal Resolution 1611 + Tons More Awesome Ancient Bibles → http://www.bibles-online.net/

In the secret recess of a temple cell in the sacred city of Tashi-Lhunpo an old monk sat reading the Bible before a charcoal brazier. “Surely these are great words,” he said to himself. “Never have I heard such a story as this.”
Taking up his pen, he dipped it in black ink and wrote in beautiful flowing Tibetan:
“Dear unknown friends, The book you have sent over the mountains has come to my lonely cell. My soul has been strangely stirred as I have read these words. Light has come to my poor darkened soul. Please send me more light.” – an excerpt from “God Spoke Tibetan: The Epic Story of the Men Who Gave the Bible to Tibet, The Forbidden Land” written by Allan Maberly (1971)

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…And Then There Were Three… – Genesis [Full Remastered Album] (1978)



Tracklist and Amazon Links [CD, MP3, Vinyl]:

And Then There Were Three:
[CD](Remastered):
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000002J2D/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B000002J2D&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubeco06c1-20&linkId=GCGY73AECIFKQGGC

[MP3]:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00122RFRQ/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00122RFRQ&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubeco06c1-20&linkId=Y4V5AJOXDLDWQQFT

[Vinyl]:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FH6MRS/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B000FH6MRS&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubeco06c1-20&linkId=YR5AWQ3S57ZLNM2U

Tracklist:
1. Down and Out 0:00
2. Undertow 5:27
3. Ballad of Big 10:14
4. Snowbound 15:05
5. Burning Rope 19:36
6. Deep in the Motherlode 26:46
7. Many Too Many 32:02
8. Scenes From a Night’s Dream 35:34
9. Say It’s Alright Joe 39:04
10. The Lady Lies 43:25
11. Follow You, Follow Me 49:33

℗ & © 2007 Anthony Banks Ltd., Philip Collins Ltd., Michael Rutherford Ltd., under exclusive license to Virgin Records Ltd. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.

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Roy Orbison – “Only the Lonely” from Black and White Night



Roy Orbison and this all-star cast of friends (Bruce Springsteen, k.d. lang, Elvis Costello and more) perform Roy’s “Only The Lonely,” recorded on the Monument Records label. This video is from “A Black and White Night,” available on Blu-Ray and DVD at RoyOrbison.com!

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Bo Diddley – I Am A Man



He only had a few hits in the 1950s and early ’60s, but as Bo Diddley sang, “You Can’t Judge a Book by Its Cover.” You can’t judge an artist by his chart success, either, and Diddley produced greater and more influential music than all but a handful of the best early rockers. The Bo Diddley beat — bomp, ba-bomp-bomp, bomp-bomp — is one of rock & roll’s bedrock rhythms, showing up in the work of Buddy Holly, the Rolling Stones, and even pop-garage knock-offs like the Strangeloves’ 1965 hit “I Want Candy.” Diddley’s hypnotic rhythmic attack and declamatory, boasting vocals stretched back as far as Africa for their roots, and looked as far into the future as rap. His trademark otherworldly vibrating, fuzzy guitar style did much to expand the instrument’s power and range. But even more important, Bo’s bounce was fun and irresistibly rocking, with a wisecracking, jiving tone that epitomized rock & roll at its most humorously outlandish and freewheeling.

Before taking up blues and R&B, Diddley had actually studied classical violin, but shifted gears after hearing John Lee Hooker. In the early ’50s, he began playing with his longtime partner, maraca player Jerome Green, to get what Bo’s called “that freight train sound.” Billy Boy Arnold, a fine blues harmonica player and singer in his own right, was also playing with Diddley when the guitarist got a deal with Chess in the mid-’50s (after being turned down by rival Chicago label Vee-Jay). His very first single, “Bo Diddley”/”I’m a Man” (1955), was a double-sided monster. The A-side was soaked with futuristic waves of tremolo guitar, set to an ageless nursery rhyme; the flip was a bump-and-grind, harmonica-driven shuffle, based around a devastating blues riff. But the result was not exactly blues, or even straight R&B, but a new kind of guitar-based rock & roll, soaked in the blues and R&B, but owing allegiance to neither.

Diddley was never a top seller on the order of his Chess rival Chuck Berry, but over the next half-dozen or so years, he’d produce a catalog of classics that rival Berry’s in quality. “You Don’t Love Me,” “Diddley Daddy,” “Pretty Thing,” “Diddy Wah Diddy,” “Who Do You Love?,” “Mona,” “Road Runner,” “You Can’t Judge a Book by Its Cover” — all are stone-cold standards of early, riff-driven rock & roll at its funkiest. Oddly enough, his only Top 20 pop hit was an atypical, absurd back-and-forth rap between him and Jerome Green, “Say Man,” that came about almost by accident as the pair were fooling around in the studio.

As a live performer, Diddley was galvanizing, using his trademark square guitars and distorted amplification to produce new sounds that anticipated the innovations of ’60s guitarists like Jimi Hendrix. In Great Britain, he was revered as a giant on the order of Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. The Rolling Stones in particular borrowed a lot from Bo’s rhythms and attitude in their early days, although they only officially covered a couple of his tunes, “Mona” and “I’m Alright.” Other British R&B groups like the Yardbirds, Animals, and Pretty Things also covered Diddley standards in their early days. Buddy Holly covered “Bo Diddley” and used a modified Bo Diddley beat on “Not Fade Away”; when the Stones gave the song the full-on Bo treatment (complete with shaking maracas), the result was their first big British hit.

The British Invasion helped increase the public’s awareness of Diddley’s importance, and ever since then he’s been a popular live act. Sadly, though, his career as a recording artist, in commercial and artistic terms, was over by the time the Beatles and Stones hit America. He’d record with ongoing and declining frequency, but after 1963, he’d never write or record any original material on par with his early classics. Whether he’d spent his muse, or just felt he could coast on his laurels, is hard to say. But he remains a vital part of the collective rock & roll consciousness, occasionally reaching wider visibility via a 1979 tour with the Clash, a cameo role in the film Trading Places, a late-’80s tour with Ronnie Wood, and a 1989 television commercial for sports shoes with star athlete Bo Jackson. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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Madonna INSULTS Whitney Houston calling her MEDIOCRE!



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