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https://youtu.be/CWWj8nIvAfc
One more for the road from Bel canto.....lets dance !!!!

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Day 2

Ian Curtis - Depression

https://youtu.be/FD2SfQJOK08

Sergei Rachmaninoff - Depression

https://youtu.be/2uqZhnqHMAg

(If you missed my post from yesterday) The idea is to share different musicians that struggled with mental health issues. Feel free to join in or offer your thoughts. I hope someone maybe finds this encouraging or informative. And of course, enjoy the music!
Thanks for listening!!

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Brando said:Day 2

Ian Curtis - Depression

https://youtu.be/FD2SfQJOK08

Sergei Rachmaninoff - Depression

https://youtu.be/2uqZhnqHMAg

(If you missed my post from yesterday) The idea is to share different musicians that struggled with mental health issues. Feel free to join in or offer your thoughts. I hope someone maybe finds this encouraging or informative. And of course, enjoy the music!
Thanks for listening!!



Interesting idea Brando, it is something quite common among musicians, often seeing the highest highs and lowest of lows
I would say looking through history, this is seen among all the arts, just seems more noticed among painters.
I grew up with a young man (musician) who lost the ability to hold reality.
His brain stopped producing the chemical that separates dream from awake state...high depression from disgruntlement ...was very strange...normalcy in conversation one moment, flying with Hendrix the next.


Despite the comment I didn't play along today-My minds in a different space.
Don't call me prick


https://youtu.be/u8D97wd2m68





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souladareatease said:


Interesting idea Brando, it is something quite common among musicians, often seeing the highest highs and lowest of lows
I would say looking through history, this is seen among all the arts, just seems more noticed among painters.
I grew up with a young man (musician) who lost the ability to hold reality.
His brain stopped producing the chemical that separates dream from awake state...high depression from disgruntlement ...was very strange...normalcy in conversation one moment, flying with Hendrix the next.


Despite the comment I didn't play along today-My minds in a different space.
Don't call me prick


https://youtu.be/u8D97wd2m68






Awesome video and song all the same! And thanks for your comment.

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Carrying on with Brando's theme

Nick Drake. Ian Curtis.* Sia. Billy MacKenzine (The Associates). Richey Edwards (Manic Street Preachers).

* Curtis gave every-fucking-thing into his live performances. Song about young epileptic who died as an indirect consequence of the condition. Referenced in superb film, 'Control.'

https://youtu.be/idcaRTg4-fM
https://youtu.be/FD2SfQJOK08
https://youtu.be/cxjvTXo9WWM
https://youtu.be/Ww2AYxrPqkk
https://youtu.be/hM_oov3dU6A

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AspergerPoet56 said:https://youtu.be/etOopjcBynY




Part of my childhood AP




https://youtu.be/bYqJWQTPf3k

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