There's a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out but I'm too tough for him, I say, stay in there, I'm not going to let anybody see you.
Medley- Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin - Hymne à L'amour
Artist: Jeff Buckley
Album: Live - The Bataclan
Playcount: 317 plays

Jeff Buckley | Je N’en Connais Pas la fin /Hymne à L’amour,  live at “The Bataclan”, Paris (February 11, 1995)

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Live! Live the wonderful life that is in you! Let nothing be lost upon you. Be always searching for new sensations. Be afraid of nothing.

– Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (via quotes-shape-us)

prettycolors:

#661e38

theshelteringschuy:

Sweet poster from one of my top 3

Poetry, plays, novels, music, they are the cry of the human spirit trying to understand itself and make sense of our world.

– Laura Malone Elliott, Annie, Between the States (via observando)
Whole Lotta Love
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Album: Led Zeppelin II
Playcount: 28,121 plays

rarezeppelin:

This is a vinyl rip of the first pressing of Led Zeppelin II which ran about 200,000 copies, these are sometimes also called the Robert Ludwig mixes. The reason of what makes these mixes special is that the original copies of LZII were EQ’d in a way that, at the time, would skip on a lot of turntables. They then had to remove some of the bass and re-press the album.

This is Led Zeppelin II the way it was meant to be heard.

Desalento
Artist: Chico Buarque
Album: (1971) Construção
Playcount: 19 plays

beco-dos-desafinados:

Desalento - Chico Buarque

laclefdescoeurs:

Marine Scene, Constantin Alexandrovich Westchiloff

chinakatz:

Unknown camp

Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
Artist: The Smiths
Album: The Very Best Of
Playcount: 9,763 plays

presscolor:

The Smiths - Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others

leannesurfleetdiary:

flying ~ taken on revolog 460nm, 2013

Helplessness Blues
Artist: Fleet Foxes
Album: Helplessness Blues
Playcount: 2,819 plays

We need to free ourselves from the habit of seeing culture as encyclopaedic knowledge, and men as mere receptacles to be stuffed full of empirical data and a mass of unconnected raw facts which have to be filed in the brain as in the columns of a dictionary, enabling their owner to respond to the various stimuli from the outside world. This form of culture really is harmful, particularly for the proletariat. It serves only to create maladjusted people, people who believe they are superior to the rest of humanity because they have memorized a certain number of facts and dates and who rattle them off at every opportunity, so turning them almost into a barrier between themselves and others… which has given birth to a mass of pretentious babblers who have a more damaging effect on social life than tuberculosis or syphilis germs have on the beauty and physical health of the body…

They end up seeing themselves as different from and superior to even the best skilled workman, who fulfills a precise and indispensable task in life and is a hundred times more valuable in his activity than they are in theirs. But this is not culture, but pedantry, not intelligence, but intellect, and it is absolutely right to react against it.

Antonio Gramsci (Working-Class Education and Culture)

Pierre was right when he said that one must believe in the possibility of happiness in order to be happy, and I now believe in it. Let the dead bury the dead, but while I’m alive, I must live and be happy.

– Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace (via eoreu)
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