Posts Tagged ‘Music’

I will admit I am very confused. I heard two songs the past couple days. One of them was about sex. No surprise there. It was nasty, with terrible degrading lyrics, disrespectful to women. The video had topless women who Wikipedia claims are super models, lolling around (on a side note, I don’t understand why […]

Some months ago, YouTube suggestions threw up something absolutely golden. It was a video by the Royal Opera House on the evolution of ballet and since then, there has been no looking back. I used to be a casual ballet follower, but now I am familiarizing myself with the art. And, that is a blog […]

The talented Mike Tompkins I bet will soon be producing major scores for cinema. I love him a little more I will admit not just because of all the amazing sounds he can make using just his mouth and voice, but also how he works with technology to manipulate those sounds to create fun music! […]

Living in Singapore has made the music lover in me very happy. I have watched some amazing concerts  where talent clearly shows (Richard Marx), some concerts for which I had high expectations but came away under whelmed (Lady Gaga), a wonderful Beatles homage band that made me dance with a thousand other people and transported […]

I am not sure if the video will embed correctly via my Nexus but here’s hoping. Reading all those reviews about what a great song Adele’s Skyfall is (I mean come on, reviews were written based on a 90 second clip, crazy right) I was looking forward to listening to the song myself. And I […]

They most certainly haven’t forgotten how to do it. This performance was all kinds of awesome. With a great sense of humor.

Every time I watch the very handsome Christopher Plummer choke through these words, I cry. I would like to sing for you now . . . a love song. I know you share this love. I pray that you will never let it die.

I am Unlimited!


I went to watch Wicked on Sunday – it over whelmed me in parts, bored me in parts. Here are some photos of the set I managed to sneak in.

A reminder


I like to say technology and Steve Jobs introduced me to The Beatles. In 2005, I had just completed a month at Google, I chanced upon Manan Singhi’s music library on iTunes. (ITunes libraries can be shared among users on a common LAN and we used to try and get to work early so that […]

Jump and Move, The Brand New Heavies. This song brings back happy memories. And it’s from Happy Feet! The Song of the Heart, Prince Another song from the Happy Feet OST. A song by someone who calls himself Prince. The bass guitar, the cute kid voices in the front, the lazy but 123 beat. And […]