Enigmatic World @ Powerful Chillout Mix ☆ 2016 ॐ

by The Daily Walk with Love Enigmatic World — Powerful Chillout Mix is really deep but quiet and pretty slow exploration of the best that chillout music can be. If you get your vibe from faster-paced music, it wouldn’t be for you, but if you can get past the slower pace, it has a lot Read More …

The Crying Need to Preserve Internet Neutrality

by The Daily Walk with Love — transparency, an “open internet” and “internet neutrality are vital to mankind’s future and freedom, in this “new matrix” which is the modern internet along with accompanying music, trying to demonstrate why ‘Christian hard rock or metal’ is relevant. These are things you need to know (if you don’t Read More …

Gordon Lightfoot – “Sundown” 1974

by The Daily Walk with Love — I became familiar with Gordon Lightfoot’s music in 1971 and he has been my favorite folk musician ever since. Here is “Sundown,” which was Lightfoot’s most popular CD, from 1974, and my favorite too, which has an indefinable country-folk-pop blend to it that is hard to describe. We Read More …

Keith Jarrett The Köln Concert (1975)

by The Daily Walk with Love — This is exceptional, avant-garde but highly listenable refreshing and revitalizing, modern light jazz piano which I first became familiar with in 1976 and have loved ever since. Jazz is not my strongest suit but Keith Jarrett always makes me smile. March 29, 2018 The Voice of Freedom in Read More …

T. Rex – Greatest Hits (Full Album)

by The Daily Walk with Love — The most iconic band of the U.K. glam rock scene of the ’70s, T. Rex were the creation of Marc Bolan, who started out as a cheerfully addled acolyte of psychedelia and folk-rock until he turned to swaggering rock & roll with boogie rhythm and a tricked-up fashion Read More …

Three Simple Changes Microsoft Needs, to Retain Market Share and Customer Loyalty

by The Daily Walk with Love — Actually, I like to test out Linux varieties (“distro’s”), but feel Microsoft Windows 10 offers the best promise for the future, if only Microsoft might not take lightly the suggestions of common users such as myself, give the ideas due consideration, and perhaps actually adopt ideas which are Read More …

The Stock Market and the Life of the Common Man are on the Brink of a Bad Depression

by The Daily Walk with Love REPUBLISHED AS VITAL TO AMERICA’S ECONOMIC FUTURE: One source “crying wolf” is just politically motivated pain from a couple of sources, perhaps enemies of America. A half dozen sources is something to worry about, but here we have dozens of sources ranging from Fox to Yahoo to CNN and Read More …

The Dharma of the Mindful Now

by The Daily Walk with Love — Thinking and “feeling” from my heart ideas and concepts about Buddhist ideas (such as Dharma, plus their conception of “the Now,”) depression, God, success, failure and all about my life and ideas. Hopefully we give you some really good music here, too. When I wrote this I was Read More …

Zen Master Alan Watts on the Mind & Ethics

by The Daily Walk with Love — Alan Watts – You have a soul, you are not your mind — Alan Watts: “leave your mind alone. It will quiet itself.” To think about thinking is a cardinal error. Just do your thinking and try to enjoy life. Alan Watts speaks on worrying and compulsive thinking. Read More …

4 Non Blondes – What’s Up (Mix)

by The Daily Walk with Love — 4 Non Blondes: These girls do some very seriously good indie-alternative rock, the message is emotionally very strong & Linda Perry is sexy in her own (grungy) way. You should really give this playlist a try, the headline song keys a cool playlist by various artists that is Read More …

Thin Lizzy: Jailbreak Full Album (Playlist)

by The Daily Walk with Love — Thin Lizzy are an Irish rock band formed in Dublin in 1969. Their most successful songs are Whiskey in the Jar, The Boys are Back in Town and Jailbreak. Thin Lizzy are definitely “bad boys” and before frontman Phil Lynott’s unfortunate early death, recorded 12 studio albums. March Read More …

Pope Francis: “Helping the Poor Isn’t Communism, It’s Gospel”

by The Daily Walk with Love — I always have felt the disapproval of so many fellow conservatives/Christians because of my strong hope that we will be our brother’s keeper, even if this involves a certain amount of economic redistributionism. I feel somewhat vindicated and defended by some of Pope Francis’ recent statements. But even Read More …

America’s Jubilee: We Are In a Bad Depression Right Now & Political Dynamite is About to Ensue

by The Daily Walk with Love — BUSINESS NEWS THAT MATTERS Here is much evidence, supported by major players in the market, facts, resources, and documentation, that we are on the verge of economic collapse. Some 78 percent of Americans now live paycheck to paycheck. It’s gotten so bad, 73% of Americans now die with Read More …

Understanding “The Internet of Things” (IoT) and the Future

by The Daily Walk with Love — Wikipedia: “The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Each thing is …able to inter-operate within the existing Internet infrastructure. Experts Read More …

Traffic – Traffic (1968) full album

by The Daily Walk with Love Traffic’s Traffic, their second studio album, peaked at no. 17 on Billboard. AllMusic said it “achieved a strong balance between Dave Mason’s simple and straightforward folk-rock songs and Steve Winwood’s complex and often haunting rock jams.” If forced to a choice I would probably say that I prefer Dave Read More …

Enigma – Love Sensuality Devotion (The Dance Remix Collection)

by The Daily Walk with Love — Who are Enigma? Just the best, sexiest, electronic new age ‘project’ (or band) around. And LSD is their BEST album. The lead singer, Louisa Stanley, is very sultry and sweet, but this is mostly instrumental new age fusion. Of all of Enigma’s CD’s and mixes, I like this Read More …

America’s Hugely Vulnerable Electrical Grid and What You Can Do

by     Jesus Loves You!     — The government is woefully unprepared. It seems like the government has been fixated on taking more & more away from people who worked hard to earn it, while doing virtually nothing to secure our nation’s infrastructure. They’ve ignored dire warnings from experts about the grid’s vulnerability Read More …

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Fanfare For The Common Man

by The Daily Walk with Love — This ten minute song as well as much of the other music of Aaron Copeland have always been favorites of mine. Turns out, the music goes back to 1942, when it was first performed for the Cincinnati Orchestra. The rock group Emerson, Lake and Palmer did a really Read More …

Music for the Soul: Ambient Chillout Mix (2016)

by The Daily Walk with Love — Sometimes you don’t quite know how to “classify” music. Sometimes it’s… ambient but has stronger elements than most ambient does, and is chillout music of the first order, as well. This recording emphasizes the base line on guitar and barely audible sexy voice in the background too. It’s Read More …

Why Big Deficits, Inequality, “Trickle Down,” Greed & Hypercapitalism are Leading Us Into Economic Collapse

by The Daily Walk with Love REPUBLISHED AS VITAL TO AMERICA’S ECONOMIC FUTURE: This article on republication seems like “the boy crying wolf” too many times.” Well all the signs of a deep crash have been there for at least the last two years. If you read my words and sources, below, and DON’T believe Read More …

Stephen Hawking, one of the best astrophysicists of all time, has died, R.I. P.

by The Daily Walk with Love — Some of those who “knew,” said that quantum mechanics was sterile and dying, (because the problems it couldn’t solve were major problems, and for these physicists nothing was in sight which might take the place of quantum thinking nor the place of Einstein’s relativity in physics. Late in Read More …

The Who – The Who by Numbers (1975)

by The Daily Walk with Love — The Who, who were huge in the late 60’s, and all through the 70’s, and were one of three bands in Rolling Stone’s British ‘holy trinity’ of rock. Here is 1975’s “The Who By Numbers,” which is a much more personal and introspective selection of songs than perhaps Read More …

Tangerine Dream – Le Parc

by The Daily Walk with Love — Tangerine Dream ‘defined’ the Berlin school of electronic music. While they had many changes in their personnel over the years, the definitive lineup of “TaDream” of Edgar Froese, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese, & Hubert Waldner defined their true greatness. The album Le Parc, released in 1985, was the Read More …

CIA Director Pompeo on the Ethos and Profession of Intelligence

by The Daily Walk with Love — The Daily Walk with Love is “The ‘Official’ Music Blog of the CIA and once in a while, we like to republish CIA material of interest to the general public. It’s fascinating to learn about the theory and practice of intelligence, see the problems and challenges CIA faces, Read More …

Sheryl Crow – Outlaw Music Festival – Live in Milwaukee (2017)

by The Daily Walk with Love — This concert in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 2007, is for all us outlaws, and it’s a really funky take on the best of Sheryl Crow’s music including her newer, quieter, more introspective, songs. She’s obviously very high, LOL. (on life and her music, too) Anybody who doesn’t love Sheryl Read More …

Fleetwood Mac – Preaching The Blues

by The Daily Walk with Love — The early Fleetwood Mac featured Peter Green on lead guitar and vocals and was totally about the blues: this album has an especially sweet sound! A very cool guy online, “Master Eddie,” said that “Peter Green was the best white blues guitarist of his time. His tone and Read More …