small significant things in everyday life by giovanni, webdesigner and almost anthropologist
on the alps in paris on the alps in versailles (changed home often, lately).
Love mountains? See you on my mountain and climbing blog stile alpino
No longer sXe (love having a glass of red french wine during meals) but these values burn inside me.
I’m still hoping that one day we will break down any wall dividing peoples, hearts or minds.
(youth of today - break down the walls, live at Revelation Records 25th Anniversary, june 09th 2012)
Please note the plaid shirts.
Grown Ocean, new single by Fleet Foxes
Mumford & Sons. Punto.
The tallest man on earth.
Could listen to this aaaaaaall day long (the fact that i’m sick plays a major role here).
Flogging Molly — Tobacco Island.
This is about the Irish slave trade. In the early days of the Atlantic slave trade, the English also enslaved and sent newly conquered Irishmen to the Americas. Some even think it was the Irish slaves who laid the seeds of Christian gospel music amongst African slaves.
If you’re interested, this short piece by Micheál Ó Siochrú is great.
Every gig should look like this. And the world would be a better place.