Deep River

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First on the menu a little food for thought. In music there are two kinds of sound vibrations, one is an external sound and the other is an internal sound. The external sound arrives through your minds perception telling you that you have heard the sound through your ears. The internal sound vibration comes through what you perceive yourself to feel from within your soul. Both internal and external sound vibrations affect your mood, what you feel in your soul can change your physical body, mind and spirit in that moment. It’s no wonder we all love to listen to music, laughter, a babies joyful squeaks, or sounds of nature and the sound of water flowing. We also use sound to help us in times of pain or struggle, such as a person moaning or groaning or a baby crying for attention, that sound we make helps us release the pain in that moment.

As with any song, the intention is to provoke a feeling in the listeners ears and heart. If you want stress relief, and relaxation from an exhausting work week, and rejuvenation to prepare for a fun filled evening then I suggest you watch and listen to my rendition of the 1800’s spiritual classic “Deep River”. Now that your relaxed, put your dancing shoes on for an evening of fun, in fact you might start your dancing out by requesting the DJ spin the 1970’s classic “Rock Steady” sung by Aretha Franklin, ending the perfect evening slow dancing to the 1960’s classic “Unchained Melody” sung by the Righteous Brothers. Sounds like a plan to me. Enjoy…..and don’t forget to add your favorite songs to the comment section below!

2 Responses

  1. Deborah
    | Reply

    Not Letting Go by Tinie Tempah, feat. Jess Glynne

    • Calvin Earl
      | Reply

      “Not Letting Go” is cool.Thanks for bringing us into the 21st Century! Love that! One world, One love.

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