Everything Is Everything is the first studio album by American soul artist Donny Hathaway, which was released on July 1, 1970 on the Atlantic Records' subsidiary, Atco. The album was Hathaway's first release after being signed to Atlantic in 1969. Hathaway had already built a reputation early in his life, first as a gospel singer as a child under the name Donny Pitts.
Everything That Happens Will Happen Today is the second album made in collaboration between David Byrne and Brian Eno, released on August 18, 2008, by Todo Mundo. The album explores themes of humanity versus technology and optimism in spite of bleak circumstance through the blending of electronic and gospel music. Critical reception was largely positive and the album received awards for both the musical content as well as the packaging and technical production.
The album, recorded between sessions for the Talking Heads' essential Remain in Light LP, was released with surprisingly little fanfare, yet pioneered and popularized methods that have since become part of our musical lexicon. Last April, Byrne revealed that the partnership would be revisited for the first time in 27 years, for another full album. Where My Life in the Bush of Ghosts resulted from hours of close collaboration,.
If anything, Moby is chameleonic. At 52, the New York-born, Los Angeles-based musician has spent the past few decades embracing everything from punk to hip-hop to pop, embracing the former on last year's These Systems Are Failing, a politically-driven record released under the name Moby and the Pacific Void Choir. Today, he hasn't shied away from the political climate in his everyday life, but he's largely keeping it out of his music with the trip-hop-inspired Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt, releasing March 2, 2018 via Mute. There’s a theme of imperfection that runs through the album, as certain elements are missing. What attracted you to that idea in the studio and musically, and the idea of imperfection as a whole? Part of it is this site.
Today is the Playpen's biggest "raft up" of the year, the Chicago Scene Boat Party, which was started in 2000 by Ted Widen, publisher of the luxury lifestyle mag Chicago Scene. The usual hundred or so Playpen regulars are joined by several hundred more boats packed to capacity with party people raring for the six-hour daylight bacchanal. Boat Scene," as the event is sometimes called, doesn't have any sense of higher purpose. Its essence is simple and as shallow as a birdbath: see, be seen, get mind-meltingly intoxicated.
Yes, you can blame the delay partly on the band's obsessive, perfectionist approach. But we probably would've heard the album a lot sooner were it not for some insane legal troubles and health scares. They handed over the matter to their insurance company - but the insurer refused to handle the claim, and when Tool contested said refusal, the company filed its own lawsuit against the group.
by Rachel Perez Carren Castillo of Davao City and her husband decided to build a playpen for their son, Ravee, who was 6 months old at the time. They wanted one where they could all play together, but big play yards don't come cheap, around P3,000 to P8,000. I thought of making a do-it-yourself playpen because I always complain how hard it is for a breastfeeding momma like me to feed my child in a small crib," Carren told SmartParenting. I always make sure na yung mga bagay na kaya pang magawan paraan, to make something out of them, di ko muna tinatapon," Carren said. curious about everything.
Everything Everything. We’ll be playing live at the Mercury Prize Album Of The Year ceremony.