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When we are weary we must remember to relax and enjoy some of the good things in life like love and romance or stimulating venues with those special persons. Many Cafes play music and serve aperitifs. We shall devote this channel to those pursuits so that you can find diversions to the news of the world and celebrate the arts and scenes of far off places.

A taste of the temporal while pondering the eternal

On the town or...

On the terrace

Life is a spin.

Cyd Charisse and Fred Astaire in The Band Wagon (1953)
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  • Cat Stevens How can I tell you
    by George Freund on April 9, 2016 at 8:15 AM
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    To my beloved dog Dimi I'm always thinking of you. God has have given you peace.

    "How Can I Tell You"

    How can I tell you that I love you, I love you
    But I can't think of right words to say
    I long to tell you that I'm always thinking of you
    I'm always thinking of you, but my words
    Just blow away, just blow away
    It always ends up to one thing, honey
    And I can't think of right words to say
    Wherever I am girl, I'm always walking with you
    I'm always walking with you, but I look and you're not there
    Whoever I'm with, I'm always, always talking to you
    I'm always talking to you, and I'm sad that
    You can't hear, sad that you can't hear
    It always ends up to one thing, honey,
    When I look and you're not there
    I need to know you, need to feel my arms around you
    Feel my arms around you, like a sea around a shore
    And - each night and day I pray, in hope
    That I might find you, in hope that I might
    Find you, because heart's can do no more
    It always ends up to one thing honey, still I kneel upon the floor
    How can I tell you that I love you, I love you
    But I can't think of right words to say
    I long to tell you that I'm always thinking of you
    I'm always thinking of you....
    It always ends up to one thing honey
    And I can't think of right words to say

  • SUPERTRAMP Crime of the Century
    by George Freund on March 10, 2015 at 10:19 AM
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    While poaching is evil the song to me reflects the evils of the secret elites who enslave the world. This was the best rendition of the song I could find. 

    Crime of the Century is the third album by English rock band Supertramp, released in 1974. Crime of the Century was their commercial breakthrough on both sides of the Atlantic, aided by the UK hit "Dreamer" and the U.S. hit "Bloody Well Right". It was a UK Top 10 album and a U.S. Top 40 album, eventually being certified Gold in the U.S. in 1977 after the release of Even in the Quietest Moments.... The album was Supertramp's first to feature drummer Bob Siebenberg (at the time credited as Bob C. Benberg), woodwinds player John Anthony Helliwell, bassist Dougie Thomson, and co-producer Ken Scott.

    The album's dedication reads "To Sam", which is a nickname for Stanley August Miesegaes, the Dutch millionaire who supported the band financially from 1969-72.

    Crime of the century

    Now they're planning the crime of the century

    Well what will it be?

    Read all about their schemes and adventuring

    It's well worth the fee

    So roll up and see

    And they rape the universe

    How they've gone from bad to worse

    Who are these men of lust, greed, and glory?

    Rip off the masks and let's see

    But that's no right - oh no, what's the story?

    There's you and there's me

    That can't be right

  • Quiet Riot - Mama Were All Crazee Now
    by George Freund on February 25, 2016 at 12:24 PM
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    Feds Seek 'Mental Health' Testing of All Children, Adults

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Next time you visit your doctor, be careful how you respond to his questions, or you may just be branded 'mentally ill' and subjected to 'treatment.' That is because a panel advising the Obama administration, in partnership with Big Psychiatry, wants to make doctors subject all American adults and children over age 12 to screening for alleged 'mental health' disorders - particularly depression, at least to start with. Then, anyone found to harbor any alleged mental disorder, including children as young as eight, should undergo 'therapy,' often including powerful psychotropic medications that experts say have dubious value but often come with well-documented and highly dangerous side effects.


  • Barry McGuire - Eve Of Destruction
    by George Freund on August 16, 2015 at 4:36 PM
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    Barry McGuire (born October 15, 1935) is an American singer-songwriter best known for the hit song "Eve of Destruction", and later as a pioneering singer and songwriter of contemporary Christian music.

    "Eve of Destruction" is a protest song written by P. F. Sloan in 1965. Several artists have recorded it, but the best-known recording was by Barry McGuire. This recording was made between July 12 and July 15, 1965 and released by Dunhill Records. The accompanying musicians were top-tier LA session players: P. F. Sloan on guitar, Hal Blaine (of Phil Spector's "Wrecking Crew") on drums, and Larry Knechtel on bass. The vocal track was thrown on as a rough mix and was not intended to be the final version, but a copy of the recording "leaked" out to a DJ, who began playing it. The song was an instant hit and as a result the more polished vocal track that was at first envisioned was never recorded.

  • Vladimir Cosma - Le Jaguar
    by George Freund on April 28, 2015 at 1:05 PM
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    Vladimir Cosma is a Romanian-born French composer, conductor and violinist, born 13 April 1940 in Bucharest, Romania, into a family of musicians. His father, Teodor Cosma, was a pianist and conductor, his mother a writer-composer, his uncle, Edgar Cosma, composer and conductor, and one of his grandmothers, pianist, a student of the renowned Ferruccio Busoni.


    Vladimir Cosma - Nadia's Theme

    David's song Vladimir Cosma

    Soleil Vladimir Cosma

    Les fugitifs

    VLADIMIR COSMA Sentimental Walk

  • Nazareth - This Flight Tonight
    by George Freund on December 31, 2014 at 12:13 AM
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    When the forces of darkness use a mass casualty event like a plane crash to eliminate someone, remember this classic old song.

    "This Flight Tonight" is a song by Joni Mitchell, from her 1971 album Blue. It tells of the singer's regrets as she leaves her lover on a flight and wishes to return. Its opening lines are:


    "This Flight Tonight"


    Look out the left the captain said

    The lights down there that's where we'll land

    Saw a falling star burning

    High above the Las Vegas sand


    It wasn't the one that you gave to me

    That night down south between the trailers

    Not the early one that you wish upon

    Not the northern one that guides in the sailors


    You've got that touch so gentle and sweet

    But you've got that look so critical

    Can't talk to you babe you know I get so weak

    Sometimes I think that love is just mythical


    Up there's a heaven, down there's a town

    Blackness everywhere any little lights shine

    Blackness, blackness draggin' me down

    Come on light a candle in this heart of mine


    Starbright, starbright, you've got the lovin' that I like

    Turn this crazy bird around

    Should not have got on this flight tonight


    I'm drinkin' sweet champagne got the headphones up high

    Can't numb you, can't drum you out of my mind


    They're singin'-"Goodbye baby,

    Baby bye-bye,

    Ooh! love is blind"


    Up go the flaps,down go the wheels

    Hope you got your heat turned on baby

    Hope they've finally fixed your automobile

    Hope it's better when we meet again babe.

    UK hard rock band Nazareth reworked the song in 1973 to make it their own with a powerful, driving hard-rock treatment which was a hit in Canada, Germany and the UK. It was produced by Roger Glover. The single reached number 11 in the UK charts in November 1973.

  • Ludovico Einaudi - Divenire
    by George Freund on February 29, 2016 at 6:22 PM
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    Music can take us back to the Garden of Eden and transform our souls. I guess that's why Islam despises it. This composer has the abilty to take us on a soul journey. Like good ministry it has the power to overcome time and space. Join me on the journey.

    Ludovico Einaudi OMRI born 23 November 1955) is an Italian pianist and composer. He trained at the Conservatorio Verdi in Milan and under composer Luciano Berio in the early 1980s. Einaudi began his career as a classical composer, and soon began incorporating other styles and genres?including pop, rock, world music, and folk music.

    Einaudi composed the scores for a number of films and trailers, including The Intouchables and I'm Still Here, the TV miniseries Doctor Zhivago, and Acquario in 1996, for which he won the Grolla d'oro for best soundtrack. He has also released a number of solo albums of piano and orchestra, notably I Giorni in 2001, Nightbook in 2009, and In a Time Lapse in 2013. Taranta Project, a collaborative album, was released in May 2015, and Elements was released in October 2015.

    Una Mattina

    We are of one God and one universe. The notes do not deceive us. Reflect upon our creator and find peace in these notes. You will not be disappointed. 

    Nuvole Bianche

    We create life with every child. We create hope to find the way to return to the Garden from whence we came. Everything was given for free to enjoy this time. Satan invented money to distract us from what was true. We can manifest our way back. I have been. It is untold beauty. You can return too. All we have to do is ask and turn away from the worldly. 


    War and conflict are the evil machinations of Satan. The Secret Covenant can be broken if we focus our energy upon the true God and do what Christ commanded - LOVE our God, our creation, our brothers and ourselves. That is the power.

  • Roy Rogers sings "DON'T FENCE ME IN" in ...
    by George Freund on August 14, 2016 at 5:23 PM
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    As a parody to the fence issue in the 2016 federal election, we contribute Don't Fence Me In. It appears Comrade Hillary has a 10 foot fence surrounding her home in New York. I guess this song is banned from being played there.

    Of note Roy is carrying his trade mark Colt Single Action Army pistols and can shoot straight and ride a horse while being a symbol of what was right and decent in America. We better keep Hillary fenced in. She can't speak the truth or probably ride the horse or shoot straight.

    Hillary Clinton's protective wall around Chappaqua estate

  • When You Come Back To Me Again - (Freque...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 16, 2017 at 9:02 PM
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    Frequency is a 2000 American science fiction thriller drama film. It was co-produced and directed by Gregory Hoblit and written and co-produced by Toby Emmerich. The film stars Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel as father and son, Frank and John Sullivan respectively. It was filmed in Toronto and New York City. The film gained mostly favorable reviews following its release via DVD format on October 31, 2000.

    Troyal Garth Brooks (born February 7, 1962) is an American country singer and songwriter. His integration of rock and roll elements into the country genre has earned him immense popularity in the United States. Brooks has had great success in the country single and album charts, with multi-platinum recordings and record-breaking live performances, while also crossing over into the mainstream pop arena.

    I can't believe I haven't posted this movie. It was GREAT! We travel through time and space and solve murders. It was brilliant. 

    by George Freund on December 7, 2015 at 9:00 PM
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    Malagueña Salerosa also known as La Malagueña is a well-known Son Huasteco or Huapango song from Mexico, which has been covered more than 200 times by recording artists.

    The song is that of a man telling a woman (from Málaga, Spain) how beautiful she is, and how he would love to be her man, but that he understands her rejecting him for being too poor.

    Malagueña Salerosa is attributed to Elpidio Ramírez and Pedro Galindo, published by Peer International in 1947 (monitored by BMI), although Mexican composer Nicandro Castillo questions the validity of that authorship. As he mentions:

    "Composer don Nicandro [Castillo] wrote that several tunes from la Huasteca which were known as huapango songs composed by Elpidio Ramírez, Roque Ramírez and Pedro Galindo, were actually anonymous songs, as was the case of Cielito Lindo (Son Huasteco) and La Malagueña, which in reality, like La Guasanga or El Sacamandú, were known many years before, and should be part of the public domain. "

    Many have recorded and played this song, in particular Conjunto huastecos, Mariachis and Bolero Trios. But the most famous version was made by Miguel Aceves Mejía with a mariachi band. With Huapangos or Son Huastecos, the falsetto technique is used to great effect, as in David Záizar's version. Quite a few versions of the song feature vocal gymnastics by whomever sings them, particularly the stretching of vowels such as the "e" sound in the gentilic 'Malagueña' for as long as the singer can hold the note.

  • Ennio Morricone - Gabriel's Oboe
    by George Freund on April 1, 2016 at 1:35 PM
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    "Gabriel's Oboe" is the main theme for the 1986 film The Mission directed by Roland Joffé. The theme was written by Italian composer Ennio Morricone, and has since been arranged and performed several times by artists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Holly Gornik, and Brynjar Hoff, among others. The theme has been called "unforgettable" and a "celebrated oboe melody". Vocalist Sarah Brightman begged Morricone to allow her to put lyrics to the theme to create her own song, "Nella Fantasia". In 2010, Morricone encouraged soprano Hayley Westenra to write English lyrics for "Gabriel's Oboe" in her album Paradiso.

    The soundtrack for the film was very well received amongst critics, being nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score and earning Morricone the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score.

    In the film, the theme is most prominently used when the protagonist, the Jesuit Father Gabriel, walks up to a waterfall and starts playing his oboe, aiming to befriend the natives with his music so he can carry his missionary work in the New World. The Guaraní tribesmen, who have been stalking him from a distance, approach Gabriel for the first time, puzzled by the sounds of the unknown instrument. The chief of the tribe, however, is displeased by this, and breaks Gabriel's oboe. This marks the beginning of the relationship between Father Gabriel and the Guaraní natives.

  • Alex North Unchained Melody
    by George Freund on January 11, 2016 at 12:43 PM
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    You know a song is special when it can make someone cry in any language.

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