Today we start with a Leonard Cohen song that is 50 years old… To then discover some more contemporary jewels… We see how artists get inspired by the generation before and how they elaborate music into the sounds of their own… We go back and forth in time just like sampled songs do… Then to a few covers that will blow you away. We end with sign of the times as all the music we hear now is a representation of this era we live in…
“Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in”
Ahead of Hanukkah, the festival of light , we go back to our childhood dreams, our heartbreaks and connect to our inner child’s wishes. We remind ourselves to accept darkness in order to have light. We remember that we are all equal even if different. That the contrast of black & white is necessary in order to find balance. No darkness without light, no light without darkness.
May you all have a wonderful Hanukkah and get lost in an abundance of light…
80 episodes of Unwind Rewind… Marilyn Ambach here to bring you an hour of softness, sweetness & slowness… With some live music to honor the live music industry…. Some thoughts on college and childhood… And how being connected to our roots is also what defines us ahead… And how we comfort our children and ourselves with a hug: It’s O.K.
Come down in time
Lianne La Havas
Starry Starry Night
The professor & La fille danse (Live)
Is it ok if I call you mine?
Before you accuse me
Tower of Song
Yoni Rechter, Avner Kanner
Kol od (As long)
Simon & Garfunkel
My little town
Paco de Lucia, Al Di Meola & John McLaughlin
Mediterranean Sundance/Rio Ancho (Live)
Left Hand Free
It’s my life
Francesco De Gregori
La Donna Cannone
Lishon (Sleep) לישון
Domem im zug ne’havim דומם עם זוג נאהבים
The more I see you
Sr. Vinho אדון היין
Erik Truffaz ft. Sophie Hunger
Let me go !
Four Vs. /Continuation שיר בארבעה בתים
Listen to all the songs compiled on my Unwind Rewind Spotify Playlist – without the talking
…Somewhere between yoga and shopping, being and doing, food and fashion, dinner and dancing, boys and boys, knitting and typing, dreaming and worrying, art gallery and hobby-salon, working and drinking, fun and tears, computers and people, they found time to blog… or not: