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would have loved to been there but no $1500 for ticket

 
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For the end of the season

For the music, the photography......and the bees
 
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I Know I don't Walk On Water



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YES!






 
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Walk Off The Earth's version of "Happy".  Energizing :.)

 
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it's so cool that these days we can just hop arounds internetsland looking up all the artists you havent heard in years and find all of their stuffs =)






and WOWIE! something new ish from Massive Attack...





 
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Was tempted to share Mamuse but decided instead that I'd go with Wookiefoot!
Hard to pick just one song...
https://youtu.be/g_haZtxNvF8
 
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I need to listen to music more.  Never heard of Wookiefoot and they are great!  If I could write lyrics, I would write what I'm listening to right now.  A lot of dynamics going on in a good way.  Really appreciating their messages and how they bring it all altogether.  Good stuff!
 
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Ok, time for a train song...

Railroad Earth - "The Jupiter and the 119"

 
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