Happy – Steve Lawson and Lobelia

Steve Lawson and Lobelia, live performance of Happy at a house concert in Plano, Texas.

Phenomenal performance! Breathtaking!

Happy from Live So Far Steve Lawson and Lobelia.

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13 Responses to “Happy – Steve Lawson and Lobelia”

  1. Sheela Nandini Says:

    Keith,I demand to know what’s going on about this Synchronicity thingy on your blog lately.(grin)

    Perfect music,perfect lyrics for the mood I’ve been in of late-haha!

    Okay I got that about about the S factor- it doesn’t always have to be at the very same time…but today was just right.

    Loved the song. Hated the buffering:( (is it just me?)

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. keithpp Says:

    Synchronicity is the coming together of inner and outer events in a way that cannot be explained by cause and effect and that is meaningful to the observer. — Carl Jung

    Synchronicity is part of being able to read the signs.

    https://keithpp.wordpress.com/2012/04/10/reading-the-signs-2/

  3. keithpp Says:

    Try watching at lower resolution. I think it defaults to 720, try 480, or even lower.

    Hit the pause button, let it get ahead of itself, then watch.

    Close everything on your computer.

    Re-boot to clear and free up memory.

  4. Sheela Nandini Says:

    Thanks,luv.Will do that.Close all the other windows when I’m listening to music.I’m greedy and impatient that way- want it all at the same time- checking emails, replying, blog posts and comments,music,lyrics. and then Google for info …ohhhh!

    My niece told me about the resolution thingy last year:) and yes the 2nd option too but you nailed it with the 3rd one-yay!

    Yesssss I did read both the links on the S factor you shared.Some of it went over my head-the scientific one-hahaha!

  5. keithpp Says:

    When you have a slow connection. Close and try again. You will usually get a faster connection.

    As I write I have over thirty web pages open! And image processing, word processing …

    Windows is bad at memory management.

    Another problem is that web browsers retain every page you look at. This slows the system down dramatically, and when like me, you have not turned off the laptop for weeks, it becomes a major problem.

    That is why shutting down or rebooting helps.

    I doubt you will notice difference dropping from 720 to 480,and most systems lack the bandwidth for 720. There is a difference dropping from 480 to 330, which is why, if possible, watch at 480.

    Wait until I write about the sequel to The Eight, one synchronicity event follows another. Ask Elaine. But in the meantime …

    http://www.heureka.clara.net/art/synchronicity-and-paulo-coelho.htm
    http://www.heureka.clara.net/books/davinci-code.htm

    How often have you had a novel fall open at a random page, and there are two people you know personally (and remember this is fiction), one of whom you had heard from recently, but had not heard from for some years, and have not heard from since?

  6. keithpp Says:

    And just to compound matters, windows is now wanting to shut down to install an update. No, no, no …

  7. Sheela Nandini Says:

    30 web pages open at the same time!!!!!!!! Mindboggling.

    No, I do shut down when I’m done.And yes there was no problem today with the “Happy” video:) Kept to music strictly.

    As matters stand, I have a 10GB usage plan.When I exceed that(as I have today) the speed gets reduced and gets back to normal on the 14th of every month.That does affect my watching videos.Also as a techie pal advised,I do get rid of the temp files as also delete history from time to time.Not a techie by any stretch of imagination,Keith but I hopefully can follow instructions:)

    Will have to come back and read the links, thanks for these.I did skim through the first the last time we were discussing the S factor-(Man Kunto Maula post)

    I asked my best male buddy what he was reading today(a few hours ago).He texted back: The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk.

    I’m not reading any novel as such although there’s Ghalib to be read.A bio by Gulzarji.One novel is lying half-read:Bella Tuscany by Frances Mayes and so is “Geisha of Gion” Going through a phase where I don’t want to read books.Hopefully this phase will pass.

  8. keithpp Says:

    Orhan Pamuk excellent writer. Try My Name is Red and Snow.

    • Sheela Nandini Says:

      Thanks for the recommendation.Have never read Orhan Pamuk.Must go looking for him at my fav haunts.

  9. keithpp Says:

    Try 11 Reasons Why 3 Is Greater Than Everything.

    https://keithpp.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/11-reasons-why-3-is-greater-than-everything/

  10. Sheela Nandini Says:

    Correction: Bella Tuscany and Geisha of Gion are memoirs.

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