IN SPITE OF OURSELVES: JOHN PRINE, a NEANDERTHAL MAN, a SANSKRIT CHANT and a SHARK ATTACK

My dear friends, if you’ve had a difficult day, and you’re tired of my high-falutin’ transcendental jabbering, I think this wonderful song might be just the cure. Ladies and Gentlemen, the inimitable John Prine with Iris DeMent.

Tell me it didn’t make you smile, I dare ya….

Okay, okay, I can’t compete with John Prine, but what the heck, one of my songs—I can’t leave my self out, it’s my blog, for the love of ego! For proof that hearts have been broken all the way back to Homo erectus, of all people: press here for Mr Neanderthal and the Ghosts of Love.

Okay, and one more with a twist and a chant towards enlightenment and desperation, a cross between transcendental love and trans-incidental love. Ladies and Gentlemen, a Shark Attack for your listening pleasure,

Lots of love to you. Seriously, tons and tons of love.

Pete

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