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Hart-jaune9 May 2008 at 3:24amPosts: 2 (0 today)Status: offline
I never go into that kind of forum usually.
But this week I had the good surprise to catch something I never did before in a song I?ve been listening to for decades, so it triggered my interest for the man who right it.
So I've Google it and enlisted to learn a bit more.
After an hour or two of reading and trying to figure out.
It's remind me of an old book from Richard Back 'Illusion'
So I know now that I won?t learn any thing more about this guy by looking on this site. No more then by looking for god into a church. Unless your are looking for the celebrity of god this you will likely find it in a church
But not god.
Sorry for the fault but in Quebec French is our first language.
Avez vouz regarder les " full moon" video ? On puet apprendre beaucoups au sujet de Monsieiur Gabriel qui est ecrive ces chansons. Quelle chanson aimez-vous ?
C'est interessant, votre photo.
au retour :-]
Hart-jaune26 May 2008 at 2:20amPosts: 2 (0 today)Status: offline
Well, maybe I should have read a bit more in order to get a more empirically accurate impression. This was when the site servers had been stolen, so not so much was on line.
The few messages I look at were. Words like; they did this or that to our beloved or peoples thanking him to be so helpful for there life?s hardest time or trying to greed some dust of celebrity by using completely illogical association with their own music? When these kind of stuff pop up (pray/thanks/glorify) it is more or less like somebody been nailed to a cross?
It?s even worst if that somebody like it or can live with it, it mean that he doesn?t have a clue, it might be just a continuing Big Time?
So if it is still interesting you, the songs were
Solsbury Hill and Games without frontiers.
The first one triggered my curiosity because it fits so well with my own actual life changes. The second interest me because it is picturing some human behaviour explaining why I am making such radical changes in my life.
Thanks for your answer
Oh yah the moon thing I will look at it but not now I am exhausted by a day passed on my (way to big) lawn/garden around the house.
Interesting site to look at song semiotic