“Wherever you go, there you are” is a popular phrase, and can prompt philosophical discussion from any number of angles. As a result of writing that post, and thinking of that phrase from time to time since, it morphed into something that has a whole other set of philosophical possibilities, and at the very least can stimulate an interesting twist of ideas in the mind of any thoughtful human.
Have you ever found yourself “in the moment?” I mean, really attuned to something at any one time, for a moment locked into something that seems greater than yourself? “In the moment” has become a phrase generally associated with an attitude toward life, “live in the moment.”
Trailer released for Rush:Beyond the Lighted Stage. Contains excerpts from forthcoming DVD documentary, featuring commentary by Gene Simmons, Mike Portnoy, Kirk Hammet and others.
Not everyone enjoyed the music of Dio, and the newer stuff may have had a smaller audience, but many enjoyed songs like Holy Diver, The Last in Line, Hungry for Heaven, The Mob Rules. I was a big fan, and was shocked and saddened to hear of his passing.
Filmmakers Sam Dunn and Scott McFadyen, creators of Metal: A headbangers Journey, and Iron Maiden: Flight 666, have tackled what some, even fellow musicians, consider the best progressive rock band of all time. Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage.