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The music is wonderful. The framing, though, of the porch and the house is oddly picturesque. It’s a nice blend of things, particularly since it’s a great U2 song in general.
Maybe someone should start a blog recording every time someone records U2 performing “Every Breaking Wave.” It’s a great song that captures something vital about the human experience that showcases the musical and vocal talents of the band well. And … Continue reading
I’ve been holding onto this one for a while, if only because I keep planning on doing a “best of Songs of Innocence and Experience” list. This is one of my favorites, for sure. You kind of get the sense … Continue reading
Sunday night at church we sang Psalm 40. It was a nice rendition of the song and all, but I couldn’t help but think that maybe we could’ve sung U2’s (shortened) version of the Old Testament song of waiting and … Continue reading
This week I’ve been revisiting the second season of the American version of The Office. The Valentine’s Day episode has that utterly awkward bit where Michael visits corporate and ends up showing a video he had made about the Scranton … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to get something a little more substantial down concerning U2’s most recent release, Songs of Experience. It’s been a rough semester for U2 in my classroom. Each fall for the last few years I’ve played “When I … Continue reading