⭐ Inspiration hit me hard this time! Stranger in Moscow is one the deepest songs and best out of Michael's pieces imo.
Through his music, through his words, Michael let us feel HIS solitude and the sense of "falling from grace"
This masterpiece imo is one of the best pieces that enveloped the fear, the helplessness of being alone even between millions.
The sense of loneliness and the raw passion and desperation in his voice is like he's calling for someone to hear his calls, that hear that he is alone and all lonely.
The symolization of rain he used to show the immense and dense solitude is spectacular and then the way he was wandering around the busy streets unnoticed in slow motion.
Our communication has significantly changed with the intervention of technology. In such a time when you get hold of old postcards, you can clearly draw the differences. What we have gained vs what we have lost is still questionable but this interests us. So for all the postcard enthusiasts out there, who are interested in knowing the content of the postcards we found, check out the full video in the link in bio. Do share your thoughts on evolved communication ~
Happy Birthday weekend, @madonna!
I loved #90s NYC. This kind of thing all the time. And I’m irreverently wearing pearls again lately. #fashion#nyc#music
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“We’d seen the other Unpluggeds and didn’t like many of them, because most bands would treat them like rock shows — play their hits like it was Madison Square Garden, except with acoustic guitars. We wanted to do something different. Like, let’s call the Meat Puppets, and let’s see if we can learn this Bowie cover. Like the Lead Belly song [“Where Did You Sleep Last Night?” — also recorded by Mark Lanegan]. Kurt looked up to Lanegan, and his first solo record, The Winding Sheet, is one of the best albums of all time. That was the soundtrack to my first six months in Olympia [Washington]. I listened to it every day — when the sun wouldn’t come up, when it went down too early and when it was cold and raining. I was lonely. I’d listen to that record for reasons. It was a huge influence on our Unplugged thing.” — Dave Grohl talking about MTV Unplugged, Rolling Stone 2005
FUN FACT: the ending scene where Ross and Ben throw a fake Ross down the stairs to scare Rachel was actually real!. David Schwimmer thought it would be a funny way to end the show and no one told Jennifer Aniston about it so that they could get her real reaction, so the reaction shown, was actually Jennifer🤣 #friends
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