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Mama Saturn's Virtual Concert




Tanerélle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tanerelle Tanerélle's Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1r1n6... Song Order: Dreamgirl Written by Tanerélle About Her Written by Tanerélle After The Beep Written by Tanerélle A Trip Through Space to Clear My Mind Written by Tanerélle Boys Like You Written by Tanerélle Love From NGC 7318 Written by Tanerélle Continuum Written by Tanerélle Mama Saturn Written by Tanerélle Nothing Without You Written by Tanerélle & Lion Chld Music Director/Keys: Ky Almighty Outfit: LacebyTanaya Makeup: Karen Obilom DP: Coop Concert Produced by Wil Phearson

The Sound Defects - The Iron Horse [Full album]

 




J. S. Bach - Partita in C moll BWV 997 - Evangelina Mascardi, Liuto Barocco

 

J. S. Bach - Partita in C moll BWV 997 - Evangelina Mascardi, Liuto Barocco 
Registrato a Mondovì (Cuneo) il 26 febbraio 2021 nella sede dell'Academia Montis Regalis da Edoardo Lambertenghi e Alma Zeccara Liuto costruito da Cezar Mateus (New Jersey 2007)



Jorja Smith: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert


Watch Jorja Smith play "On My Mind", "Teenage Fantasy" and "Blue Lights" at the Tiny Desk. Did you know you can watch new Tiny Desk Concerts on npr.org ONE WEEK before they go up on YouTube? Click here: https://www.npr.org/tinydesk Follow NPR Music: Twitter: https://twitter.com/nprmusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nprmusic June 11, 2018 | Sidney Madden -- It's a good thing the weather was gloomy the day Jorja Smith rolled in for her Tiny Desk concert. Even though the skies threatened rain and thunder, the overcast light lingering in our dimmed office space allowed the teardrop pendant lights, hung from the ceiling by her lighting team, to cast the desk in a warm, honey-hued glow. And while the nimble guitar strings and double-time drums of her supporting band was enough to dizzy the focus in the room, it was the U.K. singer's slow, silky cadence that anchored the performance in tranquility. As Smith worked her way up the scales to each high note in "On My Mind" (a track usually sung over a reverberated garage beat) and "Teenage Fantasy" (a ballad to love lost written when she was 16), there wasn't an ounce of pressure evident in her face or body language. When she closed her eyes to deliver the rap verse of "Blue Lights," the anti-injustice song that first positioned her as a SoundCloud darling in 2016, a hush fell over the room in awe of her precision. Though Smith's boldface collaborations to date range from Drake to Kali Uchis, her debut album Lost & Found is free of featured acts. Much like this Tiny Desk performance, those 12 tracks show off Smith's talent in a minimalist way — musing about life and love with the ambiguity and sense of agency that only comes with newfound freedom. After she finished, but before retreating to the comfort of Supreme sweats, Smith and her band bestowed the Tiny Desk with a blue lava lamp signed by every member. Keep an eye out for that Easter egg in future episodes. Set List "On My Mind" "Teenage Fantasy" "Blue Lights" MUSICIANS Jorja Smith, Femi Koleoso, Benjamin Totten, Mutale Chashi, Amane Suganami CREDITS Producers: Sidney Madden, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Beck Harlan, Bronson Arcuri; Lighting: Tyler C. Trofatter; Production Assistant: Bobby Carter; Photo: Eslah Attar/NPR.

Gotthard - Falling (AVO Session) 2007



Gotthard - Falling (AVO Session) 2007 Wasting my days On wondering why Searching for answers Possible lies Knowing the reasons But hiding the truth Now at the end All I miss is just you I'm falling Down, down, down into the room. I'm falling While searching for someone like you. Day after day I've been running away From possible stories We've earn of the day Spending my time On blowing my mind Searching for someone When the one was mine. I'm falling Down, down, down into the room. I'm falling While searching for someone like you. While searching for someone like you. While knowing there's no one like you... Sorry if i turned, your life into hell Sorry 'cause it ended that way I wonder if you will Then forgive me one day Can't stand any longer this pain. I'm falling Down, down, down into the room. I'm falling While searching for someone like you. While searching for someone like you. While knowing there's no one like you...

Dave Brubeck live 1964/1966 - Jazz Icons DVD



Live in Belgium 1964
1. St Louis Blues — 00:1308:34 2. Koto Song — 08:3514:35 3. Three to Get Ready 14:3718:52 4. In your own sweet way 18:5325:01 5. Take Five — 25:0232:24 Live in Germany 1966 6. Take the A train — 32:3542:22 7. 40 days — 42:2648:32 8. I´m in a Dancing Mood 48:5051:45 9. Koto Song (Live 1966) 51:5159:50 10. Take Five ( Live 1966) 59:541:05:07 Dave Brubeck - piano Paul Desmond - alto saxophone Eugene Wright - double bass Joe Morello - drums

Toxicity (System of a Down) - Heavy Mellow - Flamenco Bulerias




Heavy Mellow gives a Flamenco twist to System of a Down's 'Toxicity', in the 12/8 Flamenco rhythm of Bulerias.
http://www.HeavyMellow.com (Metal Classics on Flamenco Guitars) Ben Woods - Flamenco Guitar, Palmas Luis Villegas - Flamenco Guitar Mike Bennett - Percussion Arleen Hurtado - Flamenco Footwork, Palmas Jesse Stern - Bass Ben And Luis play Cordoba Guitars.

Pasajeros del Mundo por SALVET




Pasajeros del Mundo por SALVET
DIRECTED BY JUAN PABLO CASTRILLÓN

En el video, las ventanas de los edificios se encienden como pantallas al caer el sol y, como live streamings dejan ver sus actividades cotidianas para el videasta en cuarentena que escucha esta canción y convierte su película en una ventana indiscreta pop.

Van a seguir mintiéndonos, de eso no hay duda dice la letra; ya estamos despegando, ladies and gentlemen…de eso precisamente, de lo binario, representado por ladies and gentlemen en este caso, de lo que sea limitante y coercitivo en todas sus formas.

Por eso en el final amanece, el sol ilumina todo, sin discriminación: life streams…
Mientras se escucha repetidamente: quieres vivir por siempre; pregunta?, afirmación?, invitación y/o desafío?: todo en uno, (lava y acondiciona). Ser parte integrante y conformante del universo en que todo esta interrelacionado e intercomunicado: en vivo. Estar vivo, ser vivo, ser vivido por esa vida que nos trasciende: avivar la luz de esa conciencia cada vez más, como en este encuentro KOLAPSE 2020
Saturno 2021, ya estamos en el ring, aunque algunos no quieran levantar la llamada, convirtiéndola así en llamarada que alimenta incendios de bosques telepáticos.

Blues Rock Songs Playlist - Blues Rock Music Best Songs Ever




Blues Rock Songs Playlist - Blues Rock Music Best Songs Ever ------------★★ ★★------------- ● Thank you for watching my video ● Share this song with your friends: https://youtu.be/LocsoSgQ6p8 ● Subscribe to the channel here: https://bom.to/mTfVC #Blues R&B Soul Experience #bluesrocksongs #bluessongsofalltime ------------ ★★ ★★ ------------- ✔ Photos and music in their possession ✔ This video is completely made by fans. If you (the owner) want to delete this video, please contact us directly before doing anything. We will remove it carefully. ✔ If you are a music producer, photographer .. all copyright issues please contact us via email: hangho@greenhomeltd.net

Thelonious Monk - Live In Paris 1964



Thelonious Monk Quartet Maison de l'ORTF, Paris. 02/23/64 Charlie Rouse (ts) Thelonious Monk (p) Edward "Butch" Warren (b) Ben Riley (d) Four In One I'm Getting Sentimental Over You Straight No Chaser Well, You Needn't Epistrophy Blue Monk Sweet And Lovely Hackensack Rhythm-A-Ning Bright Mississippi Epistrophy(reprise)

#DeboDecir: ¿Para qué sirve la #filosofía?




Darío Sztajnszrajber: Darío Gabríel Sztajnszrajber1​ (/shtáin shráiber/, Buenos Aires, Argentina; 16 de junio de 1968) es un filósofo, ensayista, profesor y presentador de televisión argentino. Es hermano de Mauro Szeta, periodista experto en sucesos policiales de C5N, ambos fanáticos de Estudiantes de La Plata.2​3​ Desarrolla una labor divulgativa de filosofía, por lo que fue premiado por la Fundación Konex en 2017 en la disciplina de Divulgación. Conduce el programa Mentira la verdad (Canal Encuentro). Es autor del libro ¿Para qué sirve la filosofía? Pequeño tratado sobre la demolición (Editorial Planeta). Ver más: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dar%C3%...

La desigualdad desde la cuna: pobreza y desarrollo cerebral infantil




EXPOSITORA Kimberly Noble, destacada profesora de neurociencia de la Universidad de Columbia. The Neuroscience of Inequality: Does poverty show up in children's brains? – The Guardian's Inequality Project. Comentarios: Rodrigo Aguirre, Psiquiatra, Magister Salud Pública Columbia University. Instituto NeuroProtección Infantil, INPI. Centro Adolescencia Clínica Alemana. Carol Bown, Subsecretaria de la Niñez, Ministerio de Desarrollo Social.

Estos niños gitanos cantando en la calle son unos fieras!




Aquí tenemos un video de dos chaborricos gitanos que cantan flamenco con mucha arte.

ADVERTENCIA: Imágenes impactantes ¿Por qué EEUU, RUSIA, CHINA apoyan a los asesinos?



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🛑 El secretario general de la ONU, Antonio Guterres, alerta que Yemen devastado por la guerra está a punto de enfrentar "la peor hambruna" que el mundo ha visto "en décadas". “En esta situación tan frágil en relación a la hambruna y en este momento esperanzador en relación a las conversaciones, creemos que cualquier otra iniciativa unilateral probablemente no será positiva. 

No creo que debamos sacudir el barco en este momento ", dijo el jefe de la ONU. Arabia Saudita y varios de sus aliados regionales, con el apoyo de armas de Estados Unidos y varios países occidentales, lanzaron una guerra brutal contra Yemen en marzo de 2015 en un intento por restaurar el régimen amistoso de Riad del presidente dimitido, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi para aplastar el movimiento popular Ansarolá que ha tomado el control de los asuntos estatales. La guerra en curso no ha logrado sus objetivos, pero mató a decenas de miles de yemeníes y destruyó la infraestructura del empobrecido país. La ONU dice que más de 24 millones de yemeníes necesitan urgentemente ayuda humanitaria, incluidos más de 10 millones que padecen niveles extremos de hambre. 

El organismo mundial también se refiere a la situación en Yemen como la peor crisis humanitaria del mundo. Los funcionarios de la ONU están tratando de reactivar las conversaciones de paz para poner fin a la guerra brutal, mientras el sufrimiento en Yemen también se ve agravado por un colapso económico y monetario, así como por la pandemia de COVID-19. "En ausencia de una acción inmediata, se pueden perder millones de vidas", dijo Guterres. 

Por otra parte, el jefe humanitario de la ONU, Mark Lowcock, dijo que el organismo mundial había recibido menos de la mitad de lo que se necesitaba este año, alrededor de 1 500 millones de dólares, para sus operaciones humanitarias en Yemen, en comparación con los 3 000 millones que recibió el año pasado. ¿Qué pasará con toda esa población invadida por el dolor y la muerte? ¿Cuál es el destino de los yemeníes? Analicémoslo aquí en el capítulo de esta noche, y dejemos que los analistas nos orienten y que usted alcance la conclusión. 

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Dejemos que los analistas nos orienten y que usted alcance la conclusión. Le recuerdo que han censurado este programa no una sino muchas veces, y por todos lados. Las cuentas de Hispantv en YouTube, se han cerrado en varias ocasiones. 

Por eso, la cuenta oficial de un servidor fue abierta para que usted nos siga y en caso de que se pierdan las otras, mantengamos siempre por aquí la nueva información. Búsquela y suscríbase, el nombre usted ya lo conoce: "Detrás de la Razón oficial Roberto de la Madrid" aquí le ponemos el link: https://t.co/M8G9UiRlnV POR ROBERTO DE LA MADRID © 

¡¡¡VIBRA ALTO!!!



 

¡¡¡VIBRA ALTO!!!

Recuerda que cada vez que lloras, escribes lo que sientes, o te desahogas con alguien, tu energía se purifica y elevas tu vibración!

Viva La Vida - Coldplay - FUNK cover feat. Maiya Sykes!



Listen on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/sxkmc2a Listen on iTunes: https://tinyurl.com/s6nrd6n Join the community: https://patreon.com/scarypockets Ok, here’s the deal: we buy a lot of our gear from Reverb.com. It turns out that they have an affiliate program - every time someone clicks on the link below and buys something, Scary Pockets actually gets paid a small affiliate fee. So we hope that the gear list below not only gives you a sense of the equipment we use to make music, but that it actually helps Scary Pockets build a sustainable business as well. That said, ENJOY: https://reverb.grsm.io/scarypockets GEAR LIST Drums: Parts Kit Bass: 66 Precision Bass Guitar: 76 Jaguar Pedal Steel: Show Pro Keys: 1974 Wurlitzer 200 Amps: 1960’s Kalamazoo Two, 1953 Fender Tweed Deluxe, Aguilar 750,1964 Fender Princeton Reverb, Mics Vocal: RCA 77 BGV: Mictek PM9 Kick: RE-20 Snr: SM57 OH: RCA 77 Guitar: Beyerdynamic M160, AEA N22 Console: Neve 88RS Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2IwGwQc Official Website: https://scarypocketsfunk.com Stories Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC-yUK_2H... Facebook: https://facebook.com/scarypockets Instagram: https://instagram.com/scarypockets Twitter: https://twitter.com/scarypockets Bandcamp: https://scarypockets.bandcamp.com Watch the newest videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... A cover of "Viva La Vida" by Scary Pockets feat. Maiya Sykes Musicians Lead vocal: Maiya Sykes Keys: Jack Conte Guitar: Ryan Lerman Drums: Griffin Goldsmith Bass: Daniel Aged Pedal steel: Rich Hinman Background vocal: Mike G Recording Engineer: Caleb Parker Mixing/Mastering: Caleb Parker Cinematography/Editing: Ricky Chavez Recorded Live at The Village in Los Angeles, CA. Watch more videos! Scary Pockets: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL... 90s Hits Funkified: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL... Scary Goldings: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL... Most Popular: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL... About Scary Pockets We are Scary Pockets, a funk band that releases weekly music videos, in pursuit of the funk. Scary Pockets is Ryan Lerman and Jack Conte, with the help and support from a rotating roster of the best session musicians in the LA area. Make sure to subscribe and enable ALL notifications!  #ScaryPockets #Funk #VivaLaVida #Coldplay

The perils of plastic (Los peligros del plástico)


Autor: Deekshith Nevil Pinto
* Jun 04 2018, 23:57 ist
* updated: Jun 05 2018, 00:08 ist

Pollution problem concept, say no to plastic bag, Elements of this Image Furnished by NASA
https://www.nasa.gov/content/satellite-view-of-the-americas-on-earth-dayPollution

If there is one thing common to the pristine landscape of Leh, the beautiful beach in Versova, Mumbai and the majestic Taj Mahal in Agra, it is the heaps of plastic bottles and bags lying all around. Even the roads, drains and lakes aren’t spared! The reason? Our relentless use of things made of plastic every single day. An estimated one million plastic bottles and nine million plastic bags are used globally every single minute. Half of the plastic we use, from the straws to biscuit packs, is thrown out immediately after use. A report by the World Economic Forum estimates that if we continue at the current speed, by 2050, there will be more plastic in our oceans than the weight of all the fish!

“We’re digging deeper and deeper into our already deep hole, and we need exponential solutions if we ever hope to climb out,” says Kareem Sheik, head of communication at Plastic Bank, an organisation aiming to stop ocean plastic at the source. In pursuit of such solutions, we ring in the World Environment Day 2018 with the theme ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’. It is a call for us to consider the changes we can make in our everyday life to reduce plastic pollution. But, can we?

Three quarters of all plastics every made are currently already waste
https://www.intellinews.com/comment-technology-can-reduce-the-global-plastic-pollution-problem-161091/

Although Bakelite, the first synthetic plastic, was invented by Leo Baekeland in 1907, the large-scale production of plastic as we know it started only in the 1950s. Since then, in seven decades, we have produced around 830 crore metric tonnes of plastic! Of this, 630 crore tonnes, over three fourth, is already thrown away as ‘waste’ and only 9% is recycled. This rate of production is not only incredible, but also incredibly irresponsible. Perhaps there is some truth in the sarcastic answer of George Carlin, an American stand-up comedian, to the age-old philosophical question, ‘why are we here?’ To produce plastic!

But why is plastic so ubiquitous? Because it is durable, cheap, waterproof, easy to produce, handy, and light. Hence, we produced and threw away plenty, thanks to our ‘use and throw’ approach. It is only now that we realise this convenience and callous attitude came at a huge cost!


*Controlling the growth*
The problem starts with the production of plastic materials that release high quantities of toxic chemicals into the atmosphere. It is estimated that the production of simple plastic bottles we use every day generates over 100 times more toxic emissions than the production of same size glass bottle. Globally, the annual plastic production has increased from 20 lakh tonnes in 1950 to 40 crore tonnes in 2015. “Every day the world uses over seven million barrels of oil to make new plastic, and this number is growing exponentially. Over the last 10 years, we have produced more plastic than during the whole of the last century,” says Andrew Almack, the chief executive officer of Plastics for Change, a Bengaluru-based organisation that uses mobile technology to reduce plastic pollution. Controlling this exponential growth must be our first step towards beating plastic pollution. David Katz, the founder and
chief executive officer of The Plastic Bank, Vancouver, Canada, puts it beautifully, “If there is an overflowing sink, no point in mopping the floor until you turn off the tap.”

The next nightmare is the unscientific disposal of plastic. Over 80 lakh tonnes of plastic waste enters our oceans every year and one-third of the marine species get entangled in this litter. “That’s the equivalent of placing five garbage bags of trash on every foot of the 2,17,000 miles of coastline on our planet,” says Andrew. Over 90% of the seabirds have plastic in them. Turtles mistake plastic bags for jellyfish and ingest them, only to die a painful death caused by the fatal blockages in their stomach. Even the mighty whales are not spared; the stomachs of more than a third of sperm whales found dead in Greek Waters had plastic blockages including large car pieces!

Adding to this is the problem of microplastics. The plastic waste in ocean eventually breaks down into tiny particles called the microplastics due to sunlight, salt and turbulence. These particles pollute water, air, and land and impact all life, including humans, by travelling up the food chain. As much as 83% of the tap water in many countries and 90% of the ‘safe’ bottled water are found to have microplastics. These microplastics are likely to possess cancer-causing and hormone-disrupting properties.

The animals on land too face the plastic plight. “Millions of cows on the road are full of plastic. You don’t see it when you look at them, but they suffer and die,” says Clementien Koenegras, president of the Karuna Society for Animals and Nature Puttaparthi, Andhra Pradesh. ‘The plastic cow’ project by the Karuna Society has surgically removed up to 70 kg of plastic from the stomach of many cows. Imagine a cow carrying the plastic weight equal to that of an average human, just because we forgot to segregate our food waste from plastic!

Burning of plastic also releases over 50 types of cancer-causing elements like dioxins into the air we breathe. Even biodegradable plastics release significant amount of greenhouse gases and hence might
not be a desirable solution.

Experts opine that phasing out plastics that are not recyclable and cutting down production might be the best option we have. Reducing and reusing are the next best things. Recycling, though appears to be a
novel solution, puts significant pollution load on the environment. “In India, there is very less regulation to govern plastic waste recycling and hence many recyclers use crude methods causing serious hazards to health and environment,” says Rasool Khan, director, K K Plastic Waste Management, Bengaluru, a startup that uses plastic waste to construct roads. Most countries in the world, including many developed ones, lack the necessary infrastructure to recycle plastic.



*Cleaning the mess*
The silver lining in today’s plastic conundrum is that there are numerous innovative solutions to clear up the mess and some are taking shape right here in India, which is estimated to recycle around 15 to 20% of the plastic waste, owing to the rag pickers. For example, Plastics For Change has been working at the grass roots level with the rag pickers and waste wcollectors. The organisation has developed an ethical sourcing platform to create sustainable livelihoods for the urban poor. Banyan Nation, a plastic recycling startup from Hyderabad, helps large firms use recycled plastic. K K Plastics has converted over 15,000 tonnes of plastic into 3,000-kilometre long roads since 2002.

The Massive Project to Clean Up the Ocean With a Two-Kilometer Screen
https://singularityhub.com/2017/12/14/the-massive-project-to-clean-up-the-ocean-with-a-two-kilometer-screen/

Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP), Dehradun has another breakthrough solution — converting the plastic waste into fuel, a technology successful in countries like Japan.

Saahas Zero Waste in Bengaluru scientifically manages over 1,400 tonnes of plastic waste a year. “To the extent plastic is used and disposed, we need working systems in place that mandates segregation at source and good recycling infrastructure. Non-recyclable plastic should ideally be banned. At Saahas, we firmly believe in the principles of circular economy. All the plastic waste collected is either recycled, upcycled or co-processed in accordance with law,” says Annie Philip, legal manager at Saahas Zero Waste.

“An average person uses 84 kg of plastic in a year, roughly 4,200 bottles’ worth,” says Kareem from Plastic Bank. With a background of unregulated production, unscientific disposal, and a promise of better solutions in the future, the call to beat plastic pollution seems apt and well-timed. And it starts with each of us making simple changes in our lifestyle.

Stop using straws, bring your own coffee mug to the office, bring a cloth bag to the supermarket, pressurise your local vendor to use non-plastic packaging, don’t litter when you are out, and force your
local authorities to manage the plastic waste in a scientific manner.

You bring some change, I bring some; some change we must inspire, and hope some more will follow, for a better future!

(The author is with Gubbi Labs, a Bengaluru-based research collective)
Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/opinion/panorama/the-perils-of-plastic-673371.html


El Gran Despertar - Conciencia 3D a 5D - 432 Hz + 963 Hz



Eleva tu vibración con esta frecuencia de 432 Hz. Usando la frecuencia de 432Hz como base y la línea de resonancia de 963Hz agregada, esta pista se construye continuamente sobre sí misma, lo que le permite elevar sus vibraciones y enfocar su energía en la manifestación. A medida que avanza el video, notará que el video comienza a evolucionar a medida que aumenta la frecuencia y la música. Esperamos que disfrutes de esta nueva pista de BPM, y si lo haces, ayúdanos a crecer dando me gusta, compartiendo y suscribiéndote. Gracias de todo el equipo de BPM. Tenemos música en Spotify - Haga clic aquí https://open.spotify.com/album/6u0VmQ... Puedes comprar o licenciar esta música aquí: https://tinyurl.com/y56nmruv Socials • Brainwave Instagram: https: //www.instagram.com/brainwave_m ... • Facebook: https: //www.facebook.com/BrainwavePow ... • Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrainwavePM Tómese un momento para leer a través de nuestros socios afiliados a continuación. Con total transparencia, hacemos una comisión sobre cualquier negocio que les enviamos. Esto nos ayuda a financiar el canal y no depender tanto de la publicidad de Youtube. Hemos verificado a todos nuestros afiliados para asegurarnos de que sean legítimos y nunca pondremos nada frente a usted que no hayamos verificado correctamente. Si está pasando por momentos difíciles, simplemente está luchando en general y siente que sería beneficioso hablar con alguien. Recomendamos a nuestro socio y afiliado BetterHelp. BetterHelp es la plataforma de asesoramiento en línea más grande del mundo, que puede ofrecerle asesoramiento profesional directamente desde su hogar. Hable con un terapeuta profesional autorizado ahora mismo: haga clic aquí https://tryonlinetherapy.com/bpm Recomendamos a nuestro socio SleepPhones, como auriculares de la más alta calidad y más cómodos para usar mientras duerme y escucha nuestra música. Las opciones con cable e inalámbricas están disponibles: https://tinyurl.com/sleepingheadphones

Shut Me Up (Acoustic Version) - Lindsay Ell - The Ell Sessions



When I play solo shows...I use a lot of looping. So I wanted to make a video to let you see a little bit of it in action. Here's Shut Me Up acoustic version....