beautiful -- martin hurkens, "you raise me up"

thanks mom, for sending this one...

i like hymns and i guess i was in the mood for one tonight.

super non-denominational with lots of key changes and a damn good voice.

check it out...

and a little more, with ave maria

yahoo fail

thought i would sign up for the billion dollar bracket. since it's basically random i have as good of a chance as anyone.

"I have a lot of experience with the whole computer thing you know, emails, sending emails, receiving emails, deleting emails, I could go on...The web. Using a mouse, mices, using mice. Clicking, double clicking." - Jen

that is until i realized that yahoo does not have its act together. it appears to not work in firefox and their user authentication is broken as far as i can tell. after i registered it attached to some account somewhere but it wasn't my account. either that or someone else has mistakenly entered my phone number which appears to be the primary key. so convoluted in any case -- i'm not sure how yahoo survives...and i will not be winning a billion dollars.

 
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throbbing mattress kitten

presents

the drought and draught of hope

"splashed with a sense of place, this set of tunes wafts out of the northwest u.s. of a., leading you on a restless journey while crisscrossing the footsteps of pioneers. in this revolution of time, we all feel the drought and the draught of hope."

archaeology confession 192

"a field recording recovered many years after the crumbling of modern civilization, this document chronicles the experience of one man's journey before, during, and after the fall."

elderly tunes

"10 years of chaos, captured on the first five tmk albums, collected now in a single compilation."

why not listen to this?

orbit by fourier's ink was chosen at random from the 184 songs available for you to download

more music...

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