️🎵 Shawn Mendes, Tainy – Summer of Love

LYRIC

Kisses on your body were like heaven we were taking it slow
Tangled in the sheets until the evening there was nowhere to go, yeah
We were in a daze, learning each other shapes
Tracing shadows of rain down your back, oh
Kisses on your body in my memory baby nothing comes close

It was the summer of love
A delicate daydream
And for a couple of months
It felt like we were eighteen, yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love, yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love

Meditation and tequila
Calling you my senorita
Didn’t know how much I need ya
Hate it when I have to leave ya
I’ve been taking mental pictures
For when I miss you in the winter
Staying up until the sunrise
Praying it won’t be the last time

It was the summer of love
A delicate daydream
And for a couple of months
It felt like we were eighteen, yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love, yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love

Kisses on your body were like heaven we were taking it slow, yeah
Entangled in the sheets until the evening there was nowhere to go, no

It was the summer of love
A delicate daydream
And for a couple of months
It felt like we were eighteen, yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love, yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love yeah
It was the summer of
La, la, love
La, la, love
It was the summer of

Kamala Harris’ Mysterious “Abnormal Health Accident”: Does She Have Havana Syndrome?

US Vice President Kamala Harris’s arrival from Singapore to Vietnam was delayed for a few hours on Tuesday 24 August due to fears of an “abnormal health incident” which could be linked to “Havana syndrome” in the capital, Hanoi. . It is not clear who those affected by the disease are. Information relating to a possible health incident was brought to the attention of Vice President Services by the US Embassy in a statement. After careful verification, it was decided that the Vice President would continue her tour, as reported by the BBC. But what is Havana Syndrome or “Havana Syndrome”? For some time it has been a source of tension between various international powers. Observed for the first time in 2016 by US diplomats stationed in Cuba, the case covers a number of ailments that can associate tinnitus with dizziness, nausea, headaches and in particular memory lapses. Specifically, there are those that the US State Department (source journals.sagepub.com) has described as “medically confirmed symptoms”. The shared hypothesis is that so far these have been organized microwave radiation attacks that have left American employees, diplomats and military personnel with major brain injuries. In total, nearly 200 Americans (including CIA agents) fell ill with similar diseases, mainly in Cuba and China, but also in Russia. The United States, which believes that direct energy rays may be the cause of the Havana syndrome, suspects that Russia is behind these cases, but Moscow denies any responsibility. A spokesperson for Kamala Harris declined to comment on the reasons for delaying this new leg of the vice president’s Southeast Asia tour launched Sunday, which aims to reaffirm Washington’s commitment to the region in the face of China’s expansionist ambitions.

Charlie Watts, the Rolling Stones drummer, has died

Charlie Watts was 80 years old, recovering from surgery

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies. He was 80 years old. Watts had made it known that he needed a rest and could not take part in the rehearsals of the band which will begin in a couple of weeks. There is no more precise information on the reasons for the surgery, in 2004 he was diagnosed with throat cancer, which he had managed to defeat.

A great fan of jazz, who continued to play alongside his activity with the Stones, Charlie Watts was the last of the members to join the band. He had cut his teeth playing clubs in London in the early 1960s performing alongside Alexis Korner. It was not until January 1963 that he joined the band of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman and Brian Jones, only to remain there until his death. The roots Born in 1941, Watts grew up in the borough of Wembley in North West London and then moved to the suburb of Kingsbury. His first musical passion was American jazz, from swing to bebop, which he followed as a teenager playing on records with the first drum kit that had been given to him by his parents. Thanks to Korner he met Brian Jones, who would later join the Stones and who was also performing with Blues Incorporated at the time. Among their admirers were also Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who sometimes joined them.

After a few months Jagger and Richards formed the Rolling Stones, Watts joined in 1963. “It was just another band I was joining, at the time I was in three different formations” explained Charlie Watts. So it started informally, “We tried a lot, Brian and Keith never went to work, so we played accompanying each other’s records all day, and led a bohemian life. Mick was in college at the time. But he still paid for it. rent”.

On drums, the other drummers showed off kits. Not Watts who has always continued to use his four canonical drums. A minimalism that has always distinguished him, ever since the Stones’ debut record in 1964. “I never liked drum solos”, he explained, “I admire those who can do them, but I prefer the drums that play for the band. The challenge with rock’n’roll it is to be regular, my goal is to create a sound that dances, that jumps and bounces. ”With his very particular timing, the swing touch, always on time while always appearing off-center, Watts was the real crossing point between the musicians of the Stones, also free to keep time regardless of even bassist Bill Wyman. He always continued to study jazz, all his life, and loved to say “I didn’t know anything about R&B, for me the blues was Charlie Parker when he played slowly “.

️🎵 ELDERBROOK – Inner Light with Bob Moses

LYRIC

Standing tired
On your feet
Lightest head
Just like me

You wanna dance
I wanna lead
A slight of the hand
That you never see

You wanna dance
You don’t know how to get it on the floor
Then don’t hold back for anyone
Close your eyes, just follow the inner light

(You count on me
You count on me
You count on me)

I can fly
I can breathe
And learn to sing
Like do-re-mi

So you wanna dance
And you wanna be
A bat out of hell
Follow my lead

You wanna dance
You don’t know how to get it on the floor
Then don’t hold back for anyone
Close your eyes just follow the inner light
(You count on me)

You wanna dance
You don’t know how to get it on the floor
Then don’t hold back for anyone
Close your eyes just follow the inner light
(You count on me)

So follow
Me to
Our old life

Falling
Deeper
Into the light
Into the light

You wanna dance
I wanna lead
A slight of the hand
That you never see

You wanna dance
You don’t know how to get it on the floor
Then don’t hold back for anyone
Close your eyes just for the inner light
(You count on me)

You wanna dance
You don’t know how to get it on the floor
Then don’t hold back for anyone
Close your eyes just for the inner light

(You count on me
You count on me
You count on me)