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Maciej Bliziński
You won't believe what a skeptic I am.
You won't believe what a skeptic I am.
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Relaxed music from Cape Verde. The lyrics sound kind of like Portuguese, but not quite.
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I like the part beginning at 2:09, when bass changes from fingers to slap. It's an excellent example of bass driving the groove.
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Jakie są oznaki, że wolny rynek dobrze działa?
Dobieranie ceny
Dobieranie ceny
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Eight minutes of ambience, featuring an interesting chord progression, where almost all chords are connected by a common note. After the progression is established, it remains "understood" and the piano proceeds to play gentle improvised parts, rooted in the same musical idea.
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"Every day people plan to do difficult things, but they don't do them. They think, 'I'll do it tomorrow,' and they swear to themselves that they'll follow through the next day. Research by Peter Gollwitzer and his colleagues shows that vowing, even intense vowing, is often useless. The next day comes and the next day goes.

What works is making a vivid, concrete plan: 'Tomorrow during my break, I'll get a cup of tea, close the door to my office, and call the graduate school.' Or, in another case: 'On Wednesday morning, right after I get up and brush my teeth, I'll sit at my desk and start writing my report.' Or: 'Tonight, right after the dinner dishes are done, I'll sit down with my wife in the living room and have that discussion. I'll say to her, "Dear, I'd like to talk about something that I think will make us happier."

Think of something you need to do, something you want to learn, or a problem you have to confront. What is it? Now make a concrete plan. When will you follow through on your plan? Where will you do it? How will you do it? Think about it in vivid detail.

These concrete plans - plans you can visualize - about when, where, and how you are going to do something lead to really high levels of follow-through, which, of course, ups the chances of success."

sauce: https://www.reddit.com/r/getdisciplined/comments/5b48r0/method_how_to_follow_through_on_difficult/
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I like it how the bass and the guitar play the same line together, with a push at the start of the phrase.
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It starts with the 4 famous chords (as popularized by The Axis of Awesome), but after a few turnarounds it switches to different chord progressions.
If the tune were longer, I'd love to leave it playing while I'm relaxing or falling asleep. Interestingly, it somehow fit well with the moment of airplane touchdown on my last trip.
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‘Everyone must leave something behind when he dies, my grandfather said. A child or a book or a painting or a house or a wall built or a pair of shoes made. Or a garden planted. Something your hand touched some way so your soul has somewhere to go when you die, and when people look at that tree or that flower you planted, you’re there. It doesn’t matter what you do, he said, so long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that’s like you after you take your hands away. The difference between the man who just cuts lawns and a real gardener is in the touching, he said. The lawn-cutter might just as well not have been there at all; the gardener will be there a lifetime.’
- Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451
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I'm coming back to Mokhov. I do miss a strong bass line in this tune, but the synth driven culminating chorus with hints of vocals makes up for it.
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