From Discovery. In addition to the fascinating ancient music itself, there's intriguing discussion of psychoacoustics. Something ritualists and movie theme writers know well. :-)
When I was a kid, I always thought this song ("A Thousand Miles Behind") was really eerie. I don't even remember who did it originally (that is, who I heard sing it on the radio). I did have a version by Bobby Sherman. ;-)
'cause I rarely find these things unless someone posts them :-) :
Now she would be a cool role model for girls! Scare just about everybody in all the best ways. :D
"I'd like to dress you up in leather"; a leather bar, in a classic and yet never before seen way....
bilerico is my friend.
The show was really good! The modern dance show was overall nicely light-hearted. It evoked a lot of different moods and emotions. There were perhaps two pieces that I think went a little too long... ymmv. Mostly, I was tickled and impressed. One piece involved three 'bookworms' in a bookcase, never touching the ground... another had sea anenome type tubes among the players... others had a classical feel... Natasha has a thing for tie-dye; many of the outfits looked like dancing jammies! But to say you'd have smatterings of tie-dye and surf music would really tell you almost nothing about the show. Go see 'em if you like dance at all. :-)
Accompanying, and doing a set of their own, was the California Guitar Trio, three guys who live from here to Idaho to Tokyo, and who were really good! Their sound was harpsichord and surf and hard guitar, and unnameable (to me, not educated enough obviously) modern dance stuff... Apparently they are usually acoustic, but were plugged in for this entire event. I will definitely seek their music out; it was dense and different and energetic.