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Tolkien Week 2017: Gollum's Song

Rolling right along, we come to “Gollum’s Song” performed by Emiliana Torrini for The Two Towers. The title is pretty self-explanatory–it’s the story of Smeagol’s downfall, of his tragic transformation into Gollum, and what it foreshadows for Frodo. 56 more words

Random Things Of Randomness

#851: 'Heartstopper' - Emilíana Torrini

In about 2005 I discovered Emilíana Torrini by way of a music program that claimed she was basically ‘the next Björk’. Being a fan of Björk, I kept this name in my back pocket, for whenever I might want to look her up and discover her music. 281 more words

1000 Songs




This is new to me. I‘ve nothing but admiration for anyone who’s ever contributed one of these much-celebrated ICAs. Now I’m delighted and honoured to present one too but, ohh – it’s so hard! 1,488 more words

Emiliana Torrini

Love In The Time Of Science

What is it?

The 1999 music album Love In The Time Of Science by the Icelandic musician Emilíana Torrini, and the album’s name was inspired by the book  567 more words


Emilíana Torrini - Tuna Fish (Live) - Montreux Jazz Festival 2005

Several times now I have wanted to do some posts about some songs and videos by the Icelandic musician Emilíana Torrini and her album Love In The Time Of Science… 561 more words


Crazy Little Spring Called Love Story Soundtracks, pt 2 of 8

Today’s story soundtrack comes to us from L.J. Longo, author of “Seaweed and Silk.”

Svildna is not the type of mermaid who suns herself on the ice all day. 291 more words

Fantasy Romance

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According to Buddha

From joy people are born; for joy they live; in joy they melt at death. Death is an ecstasy, for it removes the burden of the body and frees the soul of all pain springing from body identification. 51 more words

Buddhist Philosophical Concepts