A beautiful thought for midweek ….

A beautiful thought for midweek ….

Originally shared by GOOD MUSIC

“A meditation on mortality and the inevitability of death, the lyrical theme bears a striking resemblance to the biblical passage Genesis 3:19 (“…for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.”), but the actual inspiration was from a book of Native American poetry, which includes the line for all we are is dust in the wind .”

(Wikipedia)

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11 Responses to A beautiful thought for midweek ….

  1. Madhan Kumar says:


    You May See the Steve vai for the love of god


  2. This song gives me Goose Bumps, or Thrill Bumps as I like to call them! 🙂

  3. Theron Mote says:


    love that song, thanks for sharing………

  4. Rajini Rao says:


    It’s great that these guys still sound so good, Gnotic Pasta , and the sound quality in the video is terrific too. Glad you all like this as much as I do 🙂


  5. Fantastic song Rajini!


    This is outstanding with the orchestra.


  6. Daniel Dennett plays the guitar?


    Stupendous performance.


  7. vapor in the wind……


  8. Was this a fund-raising concert for these geriatric rock-crooners?Viagra won’t help. Sound of this caliber belongs in the Eurovision Song Contest. Hardly the stuff of meditation,taken together with the fawning,enraptured comments, it makes my lupine residue bristle.

  9. Rajini Rao says:


    Mixed metaphors and addled analogies, John Condliffe ! My background in mycology leads me to bitter lupines that poison livestock with Diaporthe toxica 😉 Surely, there are no fungus amongus?

  10. Rajini Rao says:


    All in good fun I hope, Gnotic Pasta 🙂 John Condliffe is an old sparring partner.


  11. I compensate for my visual-spatial deficits by latching onto the structural integrity of language and music. There can be no compromise here. Liike intelligence, it is driven by curiosity and is perceived a priori by those who have it, Concerning linguistic integrity: the last time I delved into mycology, the plural of “fungus” was “fungi”, but integrity is conserved as poetic license (among us).

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