Irvin Nava. Hannah Burris. Michel Patry. Paul Christian. Dan Sizer. Francis Englehardt. Jesse Eftis. El Kurto. Jason Leach. George Gilsinan. Noah Matuszewski. Jerry Guizar Jr. Gatefold LP jacket printed on uncoated paper stock includes printed inner sleeve containing artist photo, lyrics and credits.
Purchasable with gift card. Green Riverside Your muddy banks to walk And moss-covered stone Will you sing me your song? Are you hiding it from me? Will you keep so secretive? And so, there must be a reason In the evening Your sad fountains weep Young lady don't lie to me Last night I was lost A grey fog of grey thought Tried to swallow me whole When I meet you I'll have cast a thousand stones I'll be bones upon bones I'll be glowing like a ghost.
Endless Night Shadowland Just say the word My loving bird I'll be in flight To see you tonight I had a fall In a shadow land In the dragon's lair In the coal black sand I had a walk Where the trees are bare Black winter snares Await me there Cast your line and reel Let your love shine down O how I've longed For the promised land Where the grass is green And the children dance.
Eagle Unseen Darkness has fallen Thick is the fog Join howl with the wild white wolves Winter has come I hear a war knocking at the door Tales of the eagle unseen I smell the fear welling in our souls Winter has come In the Dark Night of Saint John There's nowhere to run Winter has come Darkness has fallen.
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They can be proposed again with the permission of an administrator if new elements appear in their series that can change their status as non-PG heroes. Hero Overview. Categories :. We'll be selling them at our next few shows. If there's any left, we'll ship em as usual. Thanks Nathan at Mercenary Merch for another awesome job!
It will be our last hurrah for a little bit but we'll let you know when we'll be back. Thanks for being a part of our team. Ok buds! We're live! The prize this week is a bunch of fudge and delicious things.
Anyone with a card from our last games is good to go. Thanks to everyone for playing over the last 4 months. We'll be playing tunes and calling a 1-line game of bingo. Hope you can tune in! Also, here's a picture of Mike in high-school likely performing "Last Fish", his VERY well written ballad about the collapse of the cod fishery in Newfoundland.
Hey pals, don't forget to tune in to tonight's Isolation Bingo game at pm. Keep that card you got as usual. Let's get er done!!! TBT to a few years ago when we were playing shows in Iceland. We literally found out that we just ate hot dogs from Reykjaviks world famous hot dog stand that many celebrities across the globe said was their absolute favourite. They were pretty delicious. Darran Anderson by William Kelly. There is only the present and what survives of the past in the present.
So you end up really writing about memory, data and relics. And you start to find that Benjamin was right; that memory is a kind of theatre.
After writing about innumerable places in Imaginary Cities , I thought I was writing about a single city, my hometown of Derry, when actually I ended up delving into thousands of Derrys, all of them familiar but shapeshifting, through the prisms of other people.
It was not a good time and I was not in great health. Things, outside of writing, were sadly falling apart. The book became imbued with that, almost as if it were cursed. In a ridiculously theatrical moment, I threw the final draft of Tidewrack off the end of a pier in Scotland one of the few surviving remnants is a playlist I played obsessively while writing the text in an attic overlooking the sea. I was adrift for some time after that. Maybe some things are meant to find you at certain times.
Perec had a similar approach to Bachelard. He questioned our surroundings and the things we take for granted and rebuilt the world from the bottom up, the way a child would — rooms, staircases, streets etc.
To question that which seems to have ceased forever to astonish us. We live, true, we breathe, true; we walk, we open doors, we go down staircases, we sit at a table in order to eat, we lie down on a bed in order to sleep. Make an inventory of you pockets, of your bag. Ask yourself about the provenance, the use, what will become of each of the objects you take out.
To rediscover something of the astonishment that Jules Verne or his readers may have felt faced with an apparatus capable of reproducing and transporting sounds. Part of the problem of writing about growing up in the midst of conflict and division and dealing with issues like poverty and trauma is not only the risk of it being a misery memoir but that people retreat when such subjects are directly mentioned. We developed there an entire language of gestures and evasions, gallows humour and bullshitting as an artform, and ways of reading subtleties and silences.
Objects offered a way in. They are a conduit. And the restriction of every chapter being an object was curiously inspiring. Music was one way we communicated in the years of silence.
The following songs reflect certain aspects of Inventory and the time span it covers, up until the late nineties. Like objects, they can tell us very different things, depending on the listener.
Irish diaspora soul music. A Trojan Horse protest song smuggled onto Top of the Pops. It was a route relatives of mine took and they instantly ran into hostility.Aug 29, · Song Invincible; Artist TOOL; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of RCA Records Label); LatinAutor, UMPI, ARESA, AMRA, CMRRA, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMG Rights Management.