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Thursday, 7 December 2017

Cosmic Boys - Versatile (Original Mix)

well peep's, it's time for me, to g.t.f.o of here, and do a mega mileage mission, it's a good job i'm so, "Versatile", (able to adapt or be adapted, to many different functions, or activities), and i'm extremely good, at what i do as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Highestpoint - Repercussions (Original Mix)

well peep's, i better keep the waffle to a minimum, or there will be, "Repercussions", (an unintended consequence occurring some time after an event or action, especially an unwelcome one), i.e i will miss my train, and i like to be, right on time as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Highestpoint - Black Kimono (Original Mix)

you know, i do look good in all black, but did you know, There is an observance in Japan, that you may find amusing, if you are in a train station, and see a couple. The man is in an all black, double-breasted suit, the woman in an all, "black kimono". Both are carrying a shopping bag, (yes, a shopping bag), containing gifts. they could either be returning from a funeral, or a wedding?, The only way to tell, is if the woman's obi, is colourful, or solid black, and the man's tie, is white or black. Colourful/white is for a wedding, black/black is for the funeral, the other colours and their traditional uses are, Red and White are auspicious colours (good luck). You will find the two colours used for many special occasions, such as weddings, and births. I do not know the origins, but surmise as you do, that being one of the easier natural dyes to create, that it would become the more widely used. Since tassels are used to decorate things of celebration, red and white are the colours you will find (unless it is black and white, or all black for a funeral), Blue and White are also prominent colours in Japanese fabrics and dishware. Yukata is a blue and white cotton fabric used to make summer kimonos called yukata. It is also used for the temari-like patterns found throughout their dishware. The layering of colours for kimono and their surface decoration, vary with the season, and even the month. Apparently, as ceremonial kimono are very expensive, only geisha follow the tradition, of changing colours for each month. This is one list of colours, from a traditional school of Japanese etiquette. ( Note - Japanese culture is closely linked with the seasons, so each month is also represented by a nature reference.) January Pine: sprout green and deep purple February Redblossom plum: crimson and purple March Peach: peach and khaki April Cherry: white and burgundy May Orange Flower: deadleaf yellow and purple June Artemesia: sprout green and yellow July Lily: red and deadleaf yellow August Cicada wing: cedar bark and sky blue September Aster: lavender and burgundy October Bush Clover: rose and slate blue November Maple: vermilion and grey-green December Chrysanthemum: lavender and deep blue Kimono Ao (blue-green) - corresponds most closely to turquoise-green Moegi (sprout-green) - could also be called grass-green or apple-green Kurenai (scarlet-pink) - a bright, slightly yellow-toned pink produced from the benibana, safflower, an herbal dye source. The closest thing to red in the fashion palette, since truer red, Ake was primarily used to indicate rank. Kobai (plum-pink) - a light red with a purple cast. Suo (maroon) - another red, wandering in tone from purple to brown to orange. It is the name of the tree (sappanwood) from which the dye comes. Ki (yellow) - the purest yellow Kuchiba (old-leaf tan) - described as dead-leaf yellow. (lit. rotted leaves). If it were a bit brighter it would approach mustard. Yamabuki (golden yellow) - a tree-shrub, the Kerria japonica with a roseate yellow blossom. A golden yellow like that of the common freesia. Murasaki (purple) from the root of the gromwell, difficult to work with and restricted for the use of those of high rank. A fragile colour, tended to fade. A range of purples included shades called fuji (wisteria), keshi murasaki (a greyed mauve), ebi (red-violet), koki (deep violet) and usuki (pale violet), Generalised Colour Meanings, Yellow - In the Far East, a sacred colour; but it the West it can mean treachery, Red - Passion; gets the blood flowing more intensely, Orange - Represents knowledge and civilisation. Violet - Stately and royal Blue - Cool, passive, and also symbolises fidelity (as in true blue) Green - Restful and fresh White - Purity and truth, Black - Gloom, sorrow and depression. or if your like me, you just look, so good in it as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Tavo Under, Dancel Nattram - Mi Gente (Original Mix)

you know, if your reading these words, then you are, "Mi Gente", (My People, The Peep's), and i know, you feel, just as i do as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Alexander Kremertz - Lazarus (Original Mix)

well peep's, it's time for me, to rise and grind for an hour, before i leg it, to the sardine tube of doom, but don't worry, "Lazarus", (God is my help. In the Bible, Lazarus was brother to Mary, and Martha, and was raised from the dead after four days), i will rise again, to the pinnacle of the summit, i always do as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

MRDIE - Cold Vibrations (Original Mix)

ammmmmmmmmm back, mo fo's, with a little pre-flight entertainment, so if you would like, to make your way, to the v.i.p lounge, and we can begin the ascent, and wow it a bit chilly up north, so let us begin the, "Cold Vibrations", and hit defrost on the groove as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio