Friday Musical Interlude – Needtobreathe

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I sit here, early Friday morning, snowed in.  We only have 8 inches covering the ground but since the great state of Washington doesn’t use salt or de-icer on the roads and those of us on the top of West Seattle and Queen Anne are pretty much at a stand still.  Single digit temps, packed snow and ice make for fun times on the road no matter what you drive or how good a driver you are.  If I hear on more moron on the radio say they are from Wisconsin and they are the only one who knows how to drive and every one else is an idiot I’m gonna go insane.  Try driving up from Endolyne to 35th right now… yeah, I called you out.

Whew… Thanks for letting me vent.

ANYWAY,  

Needtobreathe  has 3 independent releases and 2 studio albums, Daylight (06) and The Heat (07) with extensive touring both as an opener, side stage and main stage acts.  Their background is contemporary christian, which doesn’t really blow my skirt up too much but talent is talent and their infectious (oooh I sound like Rolling Stone) jams and energy live is something that I really look for.

Streets of Gold

Shine On

More Time

“Live From Studio B- Washed by the Water”

Stay warm… Stay beautiful-

2 Responses to “Friday Musical Interlude – Needtobreathe”

  • The website down thing had to be the funnies thing I’ve seen in some time. Almost makes up for no indoor tt tonight, but only almost.

    ryan — December 19, 2008 at 2:05 pm
  • “If I hear on more moron on the radio say they are from Wisconsin and they are the only one who knows how to drive and every one else is an idiot I’m gonna go insane.”

    Ah, don’t sweat the transplants. It’s endemic in the west that people came here from somewhere else and they’ll always tell how much cooler it is where the came from than here, or how everyone drove better and the coffee was cheaper.

    I’ve lived all around the country and grew up in New England, and so I’ve seen a few winters. I doubt there’s any driving in flatland/flyover country that rivals the complexity of our wild urban topography and density. Throw in our earnest by awkward public transit system (read “bus emphasized”) and you have a recipe for a few difficult days a year.

    Other than that, ask the transplants, “So what’s keeping you from moving back to East Belt Buckle BFE, Illinois?” or wherever they lived before here.

    FWIW–Glad to have found your fine blog. The racing stuff really got me motivated to stay in the trainer these last several days.

    David

    tres_arboles — December 21, 2008 at 4:17 pm
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