17 September 2009

September Eyes and Ears


I'm still trying to get through last month's reading and listening list (it was a big one) , so not much on the agenda for September.

READING:
THE LOST SYMBOL - Dan Brown (hooked on his books)
VANISHING ACTS - Jodi Picoult
UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN - Frances Mayes (had read this previously but felt like taking a trip back to her Italy)
JIMMY PAGE-MAGUS, MUSICIAN, MAN - George Case

LISTENING:
ELLIPSE - Imogen Heap
SCENT OF LIGHT - Ottmar Liebert
HOW THE WEST WAS WON - Led Zeppelin

WATCHING:
ATLANTIC RECORDS-The House That Ahmet Built (excellent)
PULSE - Pink Floyd
STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - Live From Austin Texas

So, a short list this month. Any listening, reading or watching suggestions are always welcome. Please feel free to send them along!

4 comments:

  1. Hi Diana,
    Here's a few of my own current favorites;
    Eilen Jewell,"Sea of Tears"
    John fogerty "Blue Ridge Rangers Ride again"
    Camera Obscura, "My Maudlin Career"
    Derek Trucks, "Songlines"

    Book suggestion, "Shake the Devil Off"
    by Etahan Brown
    Have a Great weekend, tom

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  2. Tom, thanks so much for the suggestions! And for reading again...Will definately look into these.

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  3. I actually don't read that much but there was one book I "sort of" read a few months back called "Teammates." UNBELIEVABLE!!! Its the story of the final moments of Ted Williams' life and his old teammates drove to Florida to see him for the last time. It also gives you a look into what baseball used to mean. I know it probably is not your type of book but it is really the only one I have ever read on my own other than textbooks and stock books. Just wanted to add my comment. Love you.

    Ryan

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  4. Just finished "The Wednesday Letters" by Jason F. Wright & "The Weight of Silence" by Heather Gudenhauf. I enjoyed the first one alot. Incorporates letters from a husband to his wife in with the storyline. Very well written. The second was a good read - suspenseful but also hard to read when children are involved.

    J-Bird

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