The Us Project - Formulated by ummer, Scott E. Berendt. Awesome harmonys! Drag Scott E. B. out of bed even when he is sick because rehearsals and preperations for The Us Project Summerfest show have started "ONCE AGAIN" aka: 3 Days!
Joachim-Ernst Berendt (20 July 1922 in Berlin – 4 February 2000 in Hamburg) was a German music journalist, book author and producer specialized on jazz. Berendt's father Ernst Berendt was a Protestant pastor belonging to the Confessing Church and was imprisoned and died in the Dachau concentration camp. Berendt started studying Physics, but was interrupted by his enlistment to the Wehrmacht
The Sun and the Moon is the debut studio album by English post-punk band the Sun and the Moon, featuring Mark Burgess and John Lever (both previously of the Chameleons), released in 1988 by record label Geffen.
The album was very nearly called Eclipse. From the beginning, the band had intended to call their new album Dark Side of the Moon – a reference to lunacy, as opposed to outer space – but when British heavy blues rockers Medicine Head released an album of the same name in 1972, it caused the Floyd to rechristen their project as Eclipse. We weren’t annoyed at Medicine Head, Gilmour told Sounds magazine. 7. Us and Them was a reject from the Zabriskie Point soundtrack.
Tell me the story about how the sun loved the moon so much he died every night just to let her breathe. Once during a time when the earth was simple, the Sun shone brighter than anything. The people were grateful and rejoiced every time the sun shone. He brought them joy and hope, he was even the source of their warmth. But he was lonely, all by himself in the vast skies. He would look down at the people dancing in his radiance and wonder if he was simply destined to a life of solitary. That was the price he paid for being the brightest, he reasoned. Then there was the moon
Apparently the Sun and the Moon and Truth have something to do with it. Chartres Cathedral. The entrance into the building is through the West front, which comprises two soaring towers, one with the symbol of the Moon upon it and one, a significant number of feet taller, bearing the symbol of the Sun. The height of this spire matches the length of the cathedral: 365 feet. They would enter the building beneath the Moon, passing from the world of time into the timeless, and then progress along the left wall, reading the story of Christianity in the windows of the North side of the cathedral. There are in fact three great rose windows in the body of the cathedral and they were also intended to be read in sequence, along with all of the other layers of symbolism built into the fabric of the architecture. e-charles-excerpt n 794614.
Lost in the moonlight, run through the moonlight, who knew? Cop lights, no lights, cause the bills they was overdue Now a skinny iggy nigga got fits from the runway Taking trips to the side of the moon Had to take trips to define my peace But I got a little feeling it might be in that tomb I like my weed in the cheese, roll that that a little thick Better watch.
One day, the Sun and the Moon had a quarrel as to who was the stronger of the two. The two argued with each other for ages and finally the Sun declared that the Moon could not shine if the Sun’s light did not fall on it and illuminate it. To prove his might and utility, the Moon proudly replied, You burn the earth with your heat and give light, but when I shine at night women come outdoors to spin in the moonlight. On hearing this, the Sun became so angry that he picked up some mud and flung it at the Moon’s face
|3||I Hope You Do|
|4||Stay With Me|
|8||Cold Dark Nights|
|15||All So Real|
|16||Find My Way Home|
|17||Just In Time|
|19||Albion Moon Reprise|
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