anamorphosis-and-isolate:

Mitch Albom from Tuesdays with Morrie

Often, I wonder why some people find silence uncomfortable. This answers that question. I love silence, but have lost the number of times I am with someone and they begin to say silly things to break the silence in conversation.

anamorphosis-and-isolate:

Mitch Albom
from Tuesdays with Morrie

Often, I wonder why some people find silence uncomfortable. This answers that question. I love silence, but have lost the number of times I am with someone and they begin to say silly things to break the silence in conversation.

(via yoga9vipassana)

rollingstone:

Kurt Cobain’s guttural holler kicks off this live album named after a river that runs through the late singer and guitarist’s hometown of Aberdeen, Wash. Although these concert recordings — taped at various Nirvana shows between December 1989 and January 1994, just three months before Cobain’s suicide — were captured far from Aberdeen’s murky waters and logging mills, the songs represent another chance for Nirvana to resolve the disparity between their humble beginnings as a loud, abrasive punk band and their subsequent meteoric rise to fame.
Nirvana released From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah 17 years ago today. Take a look at our original review of the album.

WOW! Remember being in 8th grade, and a friend gave me this for Christmas. Was that really 17 yrs. ago!?

rollingstone:

Kurt Cobain’s guttural holler kicks off this live album named after a river that runs through the late singer and guitarist’s hometown of Aberdeen, Wash. Although these concert recordings — taped at various Nirvana shows between December 1989 and January 1994, just three months before Cobain’s suicide — were captured far from Aberdeen’s murky waters and logging mills, the songs represent another chance for Nirvana to resolve the disparity between their humble beginnings as a loud, abrasive punk band and their subsequent meteoric rise to fame.

Nirvana released From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah 17 years ago today. Take a look at our original review of the album.

WOW! Remember being in 8th grade, and a friend gave me this for Christmas. Was that really 17 yrs. ago!?