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Peter Himmelman — In The Ceaseless Din
Album: Unstoppable Forces
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6.2

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Total ratings: 130









Released: 2004
Length: 4:19
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Raechel wrote:
sounds like Bob Dylan
And so, like Bob, he could change his name to, for instance, Heavenman.
Raechel wrote:
sounds like Bob Dylan
Dylan is a great writer (and Himmelman may be, too), but I have a hard time getting past the vocals.
sounds like Bob Dylan
PH is a very creative songwriter and if you ever have a chance to see him live, DO IT, he's very spontaneous and entertaining, funny too. Though his songs can be very serious and contemplative.
JokesandJokesandJokes wrote:
Yeah, those groceries aren't going to bag themselves!!!
Thanks...this made me laugh hard.
I like it, I see the ratings mean you either hate it or love it, but I just like it. Seven.
A cross between Tom Petty and Elvis Costello, vocally. Not my cup of tea.
hippiechick wrote:
Bob Dylan's son-in-law. He's an Orthodox Jew and very spiritual. (Also, surprisingly, very funny. He's hosted radio on wxrt in Chicago a couple times)
If he's orthodox, what does that make Matisyahu?
meh :think:
are there a couple squeeks at the start of this mp3?
Yikes..I thought this was a cover of a Paul Williams tune like 'It's Just An Old Fashioned Love Song' or something
His song "Woman with the strength of 10,000 men" from his first CD is a good one also.
Bob Dylan's son-in-law. He's an Orthodox Jew and very spiritual. (Also, surprisingly, very funny. He's hosted radio on wxrt in Chicago a couple times)
Boring !
:sleep:
Can one fall in love with a song? I think I'm in love.
jah_blessed wrote:
Unremarkable.
remarkable
Unremarkable.
oh, this is very nice...he's quite a writer.
i like it, aside from the fact that he sounds like he's trying to vocally channel Elvis Costello.
rascal420 wrote:
Knock it off Himmelman & get back to work.
Yeah, those groceries aren't going to bag themselves!!!
Nice, mellow unmistakably Himmelman tune! His song "Impermanent Things" is definitely on my Top 10 list... if I had a Top 10 list.
Wow, I thought Peter Himmelman had dissappeared into the abyss. I find this song quite likeable.
Knock it off Himmelman & get back to work.
Not one of Himmelman's best. Boring, and a little too long. :yawn: