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Friday’s Focus is Spring Cleaning (what to clean and how best to clean it). Of course we’re not even scratching the surface, but if we did, we’d use a 1/4 cup of olive oil, a 1/4 cup of white distilled vinegar, 20-30 drops of lemon essential oil, and shake well before using. Okay, six or seven or eight pristine posts ahead. But first, our anthem:
This Friday’s Focus is MUSIC. Eight lyrical posts to follow. Rock on.
Adam Gardner of the band, Guster, speaks about what he and the band are doing to do their part to help the environment, and about REVERB, the company he created to help other musicians go green.
Musician/composer, Diego Stocco, created this music with a tree in his backyard. The track is also available as a high-quality download on his Bandcamp page.
HAT TIP: Neville Burtis
The unique sounds of humpback whales are songs that can be heard over great distances. All the whales in an area sing virtually the same song which is constantly and slowly evolving over time.
In 2004, Guster guitarist and vocalist Adam Gardner and his wife Lauren Sullivan co-founded Reverb, an organization that educates and engages musicians and their fans to promote environmental sustainability. Since its inception, the group has worked with (among others), Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, and Guster who this week, embarked on their fourth annual Campus Consciousness Tour (click here for details and tour itinerary).