MONDAY {MUSIC MINUTE}: The Sphinxs, “Both Die” !

{Photo by¬†YOSH Photography} ¬†Good Morning Friends, Fiends, Fans, and Follwers!¬† Is there more perfect a Monday morning than this for a wicked musical pick me up? You’ve grabbed your coffee by now, I hope, so now it’s time to get to the shimmying and shaking before your boss catches on that you look a little…

Music Minute: “The Mad Scientist” by The Zanies

Straight from soundtracks of¬†teen¬†and¬†biker¬†movies of the past, we stumbled onto this delight by ‘The Zanies’. ¬†Sounding completely wrapped and psychotic, we were impressed by the catchy piano plunking, and crazed laughter which we can completely relate to. “Boy, is he nuts!” And you better believe here at the Eye of Faith, the madder the science,…

Music Minute: Le Temps de l’Amour – Fran√ßoise Hardy (1965)

Here’s just a tiny taste of one of our favourite Parisian¬†songstress of¬†all-time. ¬†The great¬†Fran√ßoise Hardy is known for so much more than just her fantastic voice and smooth 60s style. According to her wikipedia page her credits reach from singer/actress and notes her as a Astrologist (so you better believe we’d be a fan). ¬†Surely…

Music Minute: “We’re all Water”- Yoko Ono (1971-72)

This music minute was brought to our attention by one of our friends, and the second we heard Yoko Ono‘s iconic cry, we knew we had a Music Minute on our hands. ¬†We love strong artistic women who aren’t afraid to speak their mind. ¬†Queen of the Lucid Dream, the track “We’re all water” truly…

Photo blast: Playing with the Shadows.

Perhaps it’s hidden in the shroud of nightfall. Tucked behind us where we sleep. Easy to play with, but we’d never want to temper with our shadows, or do anything to risk loosing it completely. Perhaps just a circumstance of light, there is a darkness always behind us. We may resist, but we can never…

Music Minute: Patsy Cline’s Sweet Dreams.

First recorded by country star Don Gibson in 1956, this song was met with some success on the country charts, but not until Patsy Cline recorded it early in 1963 with Owen Bradley producing did the song crossover onto the pop charts to any great extent. Unfortunately the songstress would be in a fatal plane…

R.I.P. Etta James (January 25, 1938 ‚Äď January 20, 2012)

Today our thoughts are with the James’ family as they deal with their loss on this difficult day. ¬†Icon and legend Etta james succumbed to her tribulations with leukemia and other diseases today and we take a moment to remember the women and star, that is Etta James. Her music and soul will always be…