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Here's an opporunity to create. Saint Anselm is currently involved in Enough Is Enough, a campaign against bullying, violence, and abuse. As a collective effort, we were asked to produce some sort of artistic, literary or musical response to the mission this campaign has set forth.
Enough Is Enough has provided us with some information they'd like to convey. The boundaries are grey and the space is unlimited; do with this as you will. I'm excited to see what comes out of this!
Acoustic artists, musicians, poets,comedians and people who have too much angst for their own good and wouldn't mind sharing it with us, PLEASE GRACE US WITH YOUR PRESENCE! SIGN UP OR SHOW UP! If your planning on playing more than a song or two please let us know ahead of time so we can manage our slots so everyone gets a chance to play. ALSO...BRING A FRIEND & enjoy a free night of music, poetry, great coffee and good company. SO SHOW UP AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL ARTISTS!
For more info or to sign up please email us at:
The Quality isn't the best and we missed the beginning (Jeremy Munro's epic introduction). The recording starts in the middle of Justine Johnson's reading, and then in order appear Tyler Lavallee, Prof. Banach, Valerie Stein, Lauren Miller, and Valerie Stein again. Thanks to all the performers. We had a great time!
4:48 minutes (4.4 MB)
i decided to strangle my reservations and it wasn't that hard- so here's a recording of a project i like to call Liquid Meter and the Leaky Quartet. it's a raw recording with my neighboorhood noises (i think a few chirps).
the lyrics are as such:
death be kind and ignore all my crying. i know you got a lot of pleas but replace my old ones for these. come when you may and tell my mother i sent you away. death be kind forget me
i gave it a title so it's called cherry in the well
there are a lot of versions of this song i hope i can one day really reify it
alright, see ya
5:03 minutes (6.94 MB)
So I got bored during all this time of rain and just started ranting to my computer mic. Musical sounds behind are Minor Threat songs.
What Punk Rock Means To Me.
Standing at the edge of the world
The waves flowing over the side
Into impending nothingness.
Take one last breath.
We sailed away from the shoreline
Raised the anchor
Strove forth like valiant youth we were
And funny now how we are knocking on heaven's door.
Before the sail breaks!
Recordings in Order:
1. Dana Nolan and Valerie Stein Jamming on Guitar and Violin.
2. Cedric Ashley reading a poem.
3. Dana Nolan Screaming a poem accompanied by Valerie Stein on Violin
4. Jeremy Munro reading Bukowski
5. Tom Hickey reading a poem.
6 and 7. Valerie Stein on Violin
Last night (3/14/11) Lucubrations held its first Open Mic since our inception. The turnout exceeded expectations and there were acts ranging from passionate songs, angry poetry, and hilarious comedy (as opposed to unfunny comedy).
The event was held in the Comiskey Center Black Box Theater, giving the perfect atmosphere for an Open Mic. The atmosphere was made better by creative seating placement and stage design by the talented Justine Johnson who arrived very early to setup. Lucubrations would like to thank the Fine Arts Department and Professor Asbury for their permission to use the space.
Professor Banach made delicious pulled pork for sandwiches and his famous homemade bread which met with great approval from all.
We hope to plan more Open Mics and events in the future thanks to all the postive feedback.
Rockingham Symphony Orchestra presents its 5th Annual POPS style concert directed by Anthony DiBartolomeo. The Orchestra will perform some of your favorite music and Jay Daly, Trumpet soloist, returns with a new entertaining tribute to the great trumpet soloist of our time.
Timberlane Performing Arts Center
40 Greenough Road
|Sunday March 6, 2011 2:00 PM|
40 Greenough Road
Sunday March 6, 2011 2:00 PM
“Each lasting memory, will control each word that I write, and I used to think my hands could dance”
4:44 minutes (4.34 MB)
I would sit at the feet of my love like a puppy.
Puppies can never be touched enough.
Do not buy a puppy if you aren't ready to love it.
A puppy is not human. You can put it down.
7:52 minutes (7.21 MB)
The Wonder Years Review
Talk about a band that exemplifies what it is like to be in college and frustrated with what you find there.