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328: “The Rich (And The Poor)” by Keith Jarrett

Can you smell it?

from arttattler.com

What can YOU do with your body? Yeah, maybe you can jump. Maybe you can dance. Maybe you can do everything it takes to live a transcendental life in a material world.

But can you sneeze just by thinking about it? Probably not. You most likely have to tickle your nose or pluck a nose hair to elicit a sneeze from your body machine.

In a sneeze event, your body takes control and makes some serious, multiple-horsepower adjustments to your run-of-the-mill exhalation. It’s your body’s involuntary, evolutionary, survival reflexes that make your superhuman sneeze an everyday event… caused by a simple, tickling trigger. Which begs the questions:

What else could you achieve with this body you wear,
if you knew how to tickle out other “sneeze events” from it?

Could you lift a car?

Could you leap higher than holy globbit?

Could you make the world around you a better place with your attitude, your effort, and your smile?

Could you do what you couldn’t do before, because you didn’t have the strength?

I think you could. And I think we can.

We need to tickle our metaphorical nose hairs, and pluck a few if we’re desperate! Because there is secret power inside us all, inside our body machines and inside our mind machines. Our role model is as familiar as the noses on our faces and faster than a speeding locomotive, excluding the mag-lev ones.

What kind of sneezes are inside you, just waiting for the right tickle?

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Bullet: Here’s a classic Keith Jarrett track that I groove to while I center my Chi and eat Krystal burgers with mayonnaise fries. It’s called “The Rich (And The Poor)” and rigorous, independent lab tests concur this song encourages healthy digestion with clean, liberating movements.

Bullet: Here’s a list of the elements resulting in the eruptive exhalation called “Treasure Island (1974): Keith Jarrett played piano. Dewey Redman played tenor saxophone. Charlie Haden played bass. Paul Motian played drums & percussion. The surging plume is superhuman. Listen closely to hear Keith letting go of some woo’s during his piano solo between the 2 and 3 minute marks.

Bullet: Enjoy.

Song: The Rich (And The Poor)
Artist: Keith Jarrett
Album: Treasure Island
Label: GRP
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316: “Back To My Old Tricks” by Diesler (featuring Linda Bloemhard)

What I see over there is profoundly profound.Some people sneeze like a kitten. Some people sneeze like an ambush. Some people sneeze like a teapot. Some people sneeze like a string of firecrackers. Some people sneeze like a pile of sandbags on a grenade.

I sneeze like I am trying to pressure wash strangers. I am kidding unless you’re afraid of germs, in which case, not only am I serious, I am looking for you in malls and public spaces. And you should also know that your body contains 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells, you are so rife with them!*

Also, toilets sneeze booty germs into the air every time you flush, yet we all seem to avoid massive infection and make do. Pun intended (and a fist bump, right?!?).

I am, as they say, just sayin’.

Of course, there is no substitute for good hygiene, but for all you germ freaks out there, I want you to know that eating road kill most certainly is a viable alternative lifestyle, just like being a hippie or a hand model. It ain’t right you judge me.

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Let’s see, where was I?… Oh yeah, music so funky it’d make you wipe your hands across unsanitized surfaces! Because this cat, Diesler, gots some contagious and funky tendencies. So without further ado, I present a song sopping with organic ooze, “Back To My Old Tricks” from Tie Breakers (2010).

Enjoy.

*Dr. Carolyn Bohach, University of Idaho microbiologist – ScientificAmerican.com

Song: Back To My Old Tricks
Artist: Diesler
Album: Tie Breakers
Label: Unique Records
Buy from: Amazon | iTunes
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