Ha! This is amazing. Love taking something and repurposing it for something else.
Did you catch the tune? Apparently, it’s the theme music to the video game Doom. I thought it sounded familiar. Apparently, it is! Check it out on this link: Doom Theme Music.
Great stuff by one of the all time greats, Geddy Lee. Love hearing how their creative ideas come to life with R40.
Sad to learn about the health problems both Alex and Neil are having. These guys have inspired and entertained so many people for so many years, it’s tough to see them “slow down”.
Reminds me of what waits for us all:
And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment. Hebrews 9:25
Anyway, the Geddy Lee R40 interview is wonderful and must-see for every Rush fan on the planet.
With some numeral to key mapping, this beautiful, if not conventional piece is what results. I love it! But then, I’m a bit of a numbers geek. What pi sounds like is amazing.
I was just watching some incredible Igor Falecki drum videos on YouTube when I came across Senri Kawaguchi. Oh! My! Gosh!
Some talent is so obvious even a non-musician like myself can appreciate it. She may be the best female drummer in the world, right?
Color me impressed. On a scale of 1-10, I’ll go with 11. Great job!
From the days when people of color were treated most horribly, now the pendulum has swung the other way.
“You’re so white!”
It’s a slur, a put-down. Don’t think it isn’t intentional.
But I can at least take pleasure in the fun Weird Al brings to the topic.
Gotta admire the creativity these Pomplamoose people have. I mean really… who is the Hollywood talent giving them tips?
Plus it’s a great song, well done and fun. Definitely a music video that deserves some praise!
Definitely the smartest Bohemian Rhapsody creation ever. Totally reminds me of Big Bang Theory but more than that… I can’t imagine how much time it must have taken this guy to film & edit this movie.
Mad props dude.
Kinda funny that I never thought about this… or is it?
This is outrageously good.
A Letter From Fred from Green Shoe Studio on Vimeo.
We were made for each other.
Husband for wife. Wife for husband.
When it’s over, even after 75 years of marriage, it somehow doesn’t feel “right.” That’s why this quote rings true.
[“If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world.” C.S. Lewis
My prayer is that Fred and Lorraine both put their trust in Jesus. Then, they’ll be reunited for all eternity where everything is right.
» I’m also remined of another song that says We were meant to live for so much more – Switchfoot