Oh hey let’s also share “Everything’s Alright” from the 1970 album of Jesus Christ Superstar

Fun fact this song is in 5/4 time

15
Apr

Oh yeah it was Palm Sunday on uh… Sunday

So if you haven’t listened to Jesus Christ Superstar you should because it starts pretty close to it Palm Sunday (I sort of see it as starting the night before Palm Sunday and then we’re for sure on Palm Sunday with the track “This Jesus Must Die” BUT HEY that’s just me)

Here’s “Heaven on Their Minds” from the 1970 pre-musical staging album because I’m a goddamned fucking hipster this was the version we have on CD and that I grew up with so it’s the one I like the most

15
Apr

colchrishadfield:

Today’s the perfect day for space/astronaut-themed music. Do you have a favorite? Here’s one.

Reblogged from colchrishadfield
14
Apr

The Cell Block Tango – Chicago

This dance scene is just absolute perfection

13
Apr

herbaljabbage:

Computer meltdown has meant gathering together my music collection again.

I love how Simon and Garfunkel somehow manage to have songs that have covered the spectrum of emotions I’ve gone through since first hearing them at about 13/14. This was one of the first songs I remember latching on to, and it echoed exactly what I felt at the time. The bold and almost triumphant insistance that friendship only causes pain, that books and poetry can be a protective shell, tinged with the knowledge that it can never be true, and that humans crave companionship.

Oh dang ditto so hard on these thoughts, for sure

Simon and Garfunkel definitely summed up a lot of my feelings throughout middle/high school, for sure…

Reblogged from herbaljabbage
12
Apr

smoogle:

coelasquid:

yes, this is exactly what I needed right now.

Life can suck sometimes but not this, no, not this wonderful thing.

(Source: yeffyaboyuice)

Reblogged from aflightygrim
11
Apr
Janelle Monae - Heroes (David Bowie cover)
15,340 plays

wizzard890:

Soooo Janelle Monae covered David Bowie.

Reblogged from mycutefriendsweetprincess
11
Apr

abnormalkayla:

8-bit version of the original version of “Zettai Unmei Mokushiroku” from Revolutionary Girl Utena.

Reblogged from empty-movement
10
Apr

heysawbones:

alliartist:

music-holic:

And the Waltz Goes On - Anthony Hopkins 

Sir Anthony Hopkins Hears The Waltz He Wrote 50 Years Ago For The First Time

Academy Award-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was a musician before he got into acting. 50 years ago he wrote a waltz but was too afraid to ever hear it play. Dutch violinist André Rieu performs it for the very first time. Watch Hopkins’ reaction.

That was beautiful

I cried a few tears and felt better about humanity’s endeavors.

Reblogged from coelasquid
9
Apr

Being Alive – Company

Raúl Esparza at the 2007 Tony Awards

8
Apr
Various Artists - Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride
7,515 plays

disneyaudio:

Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride - Lilo & Stitch (2002)

Reblogged from cyclopette
6
Apr
Space Jam vs. Prince of Egypt - Space Plagues
285,595 plays

katsallday:

indevan:

hausofpancakes:

Space Jam vs. The Prince of Egypt | Space Plagues

Reblogged from thesem
5
Apr

bloomboy06:

Brony Polka (Weird Al Style Melody) - Animated James

HOW HAVE WE GONE THIS LONG WITHOUT THIS SORT OF MEDLEY IN THE FANDOM?!?!?!!?!

Reblogged from aflightygrim
4
Apr

The Weight of Living (Pt. 1) - Bastille

4
Apr
Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
56,651 plays

Don’t Stop Me Now | Queen | Greatest Hits

(Source: pedalbear)

Reblogged from obscuruslupa
3
Apr