Friday, June 23, 2006

ECI from 1993 CE

Trust me: Sweden, Anneli Magnusson, and eurotrash rule! I saw this about 30 times in a row yesterday and loved it like a milkshake!


Blogger hyperboreanmountain said...

Bro, remember when we saw her live in those days in RantaRock (was it 1993 or 1994)?

That was an awesome 3-day rock festival that suits your current themes very, very well.

I still listen to her once in a few years for the energy we had then. It was unbelievable, the pinnacle of the evolution of testosterone on soul. ;) And I get the same rush of becoming super conscious, a magnetic umbrella of conscious reshaping of the all and everything, a conduit between the multiverse and this very moment.

No wonder she's popular in Japan. :)

6:44 am  
Blogger Tapio Kotkavuori said...

Hi Bro,

I sure remember that... :-)

It was precisely because of that crazy live performance (remember the guy in the tree?) that took place pretty exactly 12 years ago (it was Juhannus then too, 1994 CE) that I put this entry in my blog :-)

I knew you were able to put this pretty härö piece into a bigger puzzle that I am cosmically playing.

Do you have plans to do something that "is not counted" during this Juhannaus in the spirit of "midsummer madness"? :-)

"Goin’ to the top then what you do is right!" :D

P.S. Remember the tape that we recorded at RR? I still have it! It is hilarious... total classic! :D

1:11 pm  
Blogger hyperboreanmountain said...

You still have that tape!!?! It must contain a wealth of aphorisms for future generations. Perhaps not exactly material for your blog, but solid stuff nevertheless. ;)

Well, I'm lucky to be with my son this Midsummer, so what is not counted will have to wait. :)

During that gathering I think we lived to the max the word you have become. It was a very primal but equally sublime weekend. Not many would believe what a life changer it was, on each and all levels. One of the truest rites of passage indeed. It makes me smile that both of us See this.

There just is no way in hell you couldn't love Pandora after all she did for us!!

I also recently bumped into a great lady I met during that festival. She still fondly and vividly recalled the esoteric lessons I taught her back in the day, ha ha ha!

Rock on Midsummer Madness!

8:04 pm  
Anonymous Hrabbanaz said...

If you overdo it, it's great! I've enjoyed Frederik a great deal recently myself listening to great hits like _Tsingis khan_. If you stop half-way you'll never get over it ;)

7:13 pm  
Anonymous Oan said...

Argh! My childhood traumas come back haunting me!
Oh well, I dunno if I should be happy 'cause I don't get it, or envy you who do...

9:35 am  
Blogger Tapio Kotkavuori said...

Dear Oan,

dig up "One of a kind" and give it a try! :-)

8:24 pm  

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