Music

Airborne Expedition to Yellowstone 1966

by Dr. Ed Berry Fifty-two years ago, in January 1966, I and 3 other explorers flew our Beechcraft C-45 through Old Faithful Geyser and other geyser plumes in Yellowstone National Park, USA. We didn’t have go-pro’s or other digital camera’s in those days. But we did have a time-lapse 16-mm camera in the nose of …

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Do You Hear the People sing?

Do you hear the people sing? Singing the songs of angry men? It is the music of the people Who will not be slaves again! When the beating of your heart Echoes the beating of the drums There is a life about to start When tomorrow comes! -Les Miserables

Johann Pachelbel’s Canon in D Major

One of the greatest music compositions ever. Johann Pachelbel’s most famous composition is his Canon in D Major. There are many renditions. Here are my top three. Which do you prefer? A: Jean-Francois Paillard, Kanon Orchestre de Chambre B: London Symphony Orchestra   C: (the ultimate best version)  

A New Christmas Message

Listen to the audio version of “The Message” here. Presenting “The Message“, written in the classic style of “The Night before Christmas.” This original poem breathes new life into the timeless spirit of Christmas and the Message of Jesus. Early reviews are already pouring in from around the world praising Berry’s writing: “Jay I loved …

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When the Poo Hits the Fan

My son, Kim, produced this musical video. – Ed Copyright (c) 2012 by Kim Berry This song is a tribute to “Doomsday Preppers” using a PC version of “WTSHTF.” LYRICS

Pete Seeger: Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

On July 26, 1956, the House of Representatives voted 373 to 9 to cite Pete Seeger and seven others (including playwright Arthur Miller) for contempt, as they failed to cooperate with House Committee on Un-American Activities (HCUA) in their attempts to investigate alleged subversives and communists. Pete Seeger testified before the HCUA in 1955. In …

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