“Always Goodnight” by Scott Alan, Sung by Cynthia Erivo

“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” Aldous Huxley Today is 11 September in Australia and New Zealand. Tomorrow it will be the 11th September in New York City. That’s the day many of us will never forget. On that morning in 2001, New York Time, I was working as a foreign news TV producer at TVNZ’s Auckland bureau. It was the most emotional and heart-shattering day I’ve ever had as a journalist in a newsroom. That morning, actually it was long day and night, on shift. I still remember it and think about it every anniversary. I felt differently about journalism after that day. The world and the skyline suddenly felt dangerous in a way that I’d never considered … Continue Reading“Always Goodnight” by Scott Alan, Sung by Cynthia Erivo

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Australia’s “One to Wait” by Bobby Alu

Discovering Bobby Alu’s music during Melbourne’s first COVID-19 wave has been the best experience during lockdown. It’s soulful. Playing this in the background at home could find you dancing around the room. True story, maybe. “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” Friedrich Nietzsche  25 total views

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EDMusos Sing for a Whole New ED World Post-COVID

“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” Aldous Huxley About EDMusos The ED Musos are a group of health care workers from Emergency Departments in Australia and New Zealand. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we turned to making music together to lighten our moods, connect with others and to give us the strength to show up to work each day. Video Info This song was performed in July 2020 by health care workers in Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, the UK and the USA. We send our love and support to everyone who has felt the impact of COVID-19. We made this video in our own time. Together, we hope for a brighter future. #wholenewED @EDMusos Lyrics by Natalie May , Sue … Continue ReadingEDMusos Sing for a Whole New ED World Post-COVID

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