|B1||One More (Funk D'Void Ver. Pt 1.)
Remix – Funk D'Void
|B2||One More (Funk D'Void Ver. Pt 2.)
Remix – Funk D'Void
|SIRK 008||Soul Circuit||One More (12")||Sirkus||SIRK 008||UK||1997|
Album Silent Hill: Homecoming Soundtrack. One More Soul to the Call Lyrics. Calling the children Conception and dying Silent but screaming. Wasted confusion Deadly illusion Nightmare intrusion. One more soul to the call, for all, in silence comes Two more souls to the call, for all and in time Three more souls to the call, they fall, unknowing that Four more souls to the call won't be all, and you know it. Sacrifice, wasted life Destiny redefined Someone chooses you Lucky one, close your eyes Your family knows you're here.
Ordinary mind, itself, is complete and full. There is no need to try to improve or perfect it. There is nothing we need to get rid of, because faults do not exist in the nature of mind. Essence Mahamudra is nothing more than the experience of one’s naked, ordinary mind resting in the unfabricated state. It employs no forms, no rituals, no philosophy, no view. In contrast to sutra and mantra Mahamudra, which rely on certain formalities of practice, it is the most stripped down, unelaborated way of directly introducing a student to the true nature of mind.
One More Light is a moment in time. It’s built on personal stories, sweat-stained and reeling from injuries-the product of six voices, each coming clean about their lives and struggles, as if it were the first time. We get an unobstructed view into what makes the band tick as people, fathers, husbands, musicians, and friends. All the signs were there as to how troubled and tortured a soul he was, but also the depth of his caring/feeling that he was capable of. It is such a shame we won't be hearing that fantastic voice ever again because it, along with Mike Shinoda's, just lends so much feeling to simple words.
Mind Games is the fourth studio album by John Lennon. It was recorded at Record Plant Studios in New York in summer 1973. The album was released in the US on 29 October 1973 and in the UK on 16 November 1973. It was Lennon's first self-produced recording without help from Phil Spector.
It was the first album to feature drummer Nicko McBrain, who had recently left the Paris-based band Trust and has been Iron Maiden's drummer ever since.
If the debut was designed to give Stone credibility, her second album, Mind, Body & Soul, delivered almost exactly a year after its predecessor, is designed to make her a superstar, broadening her appeal without losing sight of the smooth, funky, stylish soul at the core of her sound. Certain songs are a little brighter and a little more radio-ready than before, there's a more pronounced hip-hop vibe to some beats, and she sounds a little more like a diva this time around - not enough to alienate older fans, but enough to win some new ones. The album has a seductive, sultry feel; there's some genuine grit to the rhythms, yet it's all wrapped up in a production that's smooth as silk.
Stormzy (Album One More Light Live ) (2017) 04:08.