For those of you interested in Shannon Hoon's work try searching "Mouthful of Cavaties"; an older song of theirs recorded with Jenna Kauss. Blind Melon were kind of known as the hippies of the 90's.
This, in my opinion, is one of the best Blind Melon songs ever recorded. I drove Brad Smith to a place to play tennis today. i am the little bee girl, everyone has a little bee girl inside of them. " I just want someone to say to me (ohohohohohh)'I'll always be there when you wake.'" makes me teary and happy. It's really to bad that Shannon Hoon died before his time, alot of good music could have come from this band, this song very much shows signs of roots in music of The Beatles and other origional rock bands.
Stop pushing a kid on a swing, and they’ll eventually just sit there. When you try to make something resonate you’re adding up a bunch of these waves (one for every time you “push the swing”), but because of dampening the waves from earlier don’t add as much as the waves from later.
Even if the system is still pretty linear, this puts a cap on how big an oscillation you can get for a given amount of pushing.
“Resonance” is a “driven harmonic oscillation“, where the driving force pushes and pulls at, or near, the “resonant frequency” of whatever it is that doing the resonating.
There are two big issues involved with destroying stuff using sound, or gentle taps, or whatever you’re using to drive the motion.
She said it immediately after the song and meant it. You helped me find my sole mate and the woman I will spend the rest of my life being there when she wakes. It's sad that it ended the way it did, but they left us with some great music and they left me with the best life I could have ever hoped for. These days I hear it on radio more often than I did a few years ago. I think Pavlo would say this was something about a cinditioned response...:)The album version of this song is, in fact, far from their usual material.
We have been married for 19 years and have 3 amazing kids. I get the melancholy vibe of the song and it being about depression and drugs, but I'm sorry this song is more than that, it always makes me feel great and I can't think of many songs that after 20 years I stop and sing along to and still love so much. However, there are more free spirited versions where that you can find if you search "paper scratcher" along with "No Rain".
Maybe I'm clueless and it's actually a sad song, but I choose to remain clueless. Tanya-Dallasi relate to this song soo much that it scares me.... i like to think of it as your concsiouse mind sending you hidden messages. my final product never turns out what i origionally was writing about. and you can see that their songs were just as real as there life.
overall i think this song is one of the most powerfull songs.
So, just to make sure the point on this is too fine, even if the frequency is dialed in perfectly, most things can be destroyed by resonance.
If the dampening is bad enough, then instead of resonating at all the object will just “ooze” back to where it started.
It has a special significance though, any girl I dated I played this song for them and thought was if they said "I'll always be there when you wake" they had to be the one. There's a song that sounds a lot like the intro to No Rain. The riff in the beginning of No Rain (as far as the notes AND guitar effect) sound really similar, except the song I'm thinking of repeats over and over through out the song, and get heavier at times. I'm stumped and have been trying to figure out what song I'm think of for a while. At Woodstock '69 the group started chanting "No Rain" to try to ward off the bad weather. Could Blind Melon have gotten the idea from many chants that were yelled at Woodstock over 40 years ago?