JGP Musings

I hope this will be an interesting, ongoing discussion about art, books, literature, movies, design,museums, politics, philosophy and those things that make life unique.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

JGP Musings

JGP Musings


JGP Musings

JGP Musings

JGP Musings: "I hope this will be an interesting, ongoing discussion about art, books, literature, movies, design,museums, politics, philosophy and those things that make life unique."

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Let me know if you've read any of these books, listened to any of this music or seen any of the movies mentioned. What are your thoughts?

Monday, May 08, 2006

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A few books that move me...


Letters to A Young Poet by Rilke
The Secret History of water by Silvia Curbelo
Make Your Creative Dreams Real by SARK
Theo's Odyssey by Catherine Clement
This Same Sky
edited by Naomi Shihab Nye
City Poet by Brad Gooch
Bound to Please by Michael Dirda
River Road by C.F. Borgman
William Shakespeare
To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life by Herve Guibert
Frederico Garcia Lorca
Planet on the Table
Poets on the Reading Life Edited by Sharon Bryan
Writings by C.S. Lewis
to name just afew.

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Some music I enjoy:


Frank Sinatra
James Taylor
Will Young
Shelby Lynne
Candy Butchers
My Morning Jacket
New Radicals
Zucchero & Co
Jamie Cullom
Kenny Loggins
Alejandro Sanz
Colin Hay
Madeleine Peyroux
Zero 7
Without Gravity
Damien Rice
Low Millions
Joan Armastrading
Pushstars
Rouge Wave

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Some of the films I love...
Cinema Paradiso
Off the Map
Brokeback Mountain
Neil Young - Heart of Gold
Matchpoint
Before Sunrise and Before Sunset
Elizabethtown
Serenity
Heights
Bladerunner
Bread & Tulips
Amelie
Summer Lovers
Bed of Roses
St. Elmo's Fire
In the Mood for Love
Serendipity
Sweet November
The Goodbye Girl
Shadow Magic

Hello Everyone:

I hope to have interesting conversations about books, music, art, theatre, film, politics, philosophy, and travel - to name a few topics. Look forward to dialogue and discussions with you.

Sincerely,
Jeff