Stream of Consciousness is a concept album by the Italian progressive power metal band Vision Divine. The album was released in 2004 on Metal Blade Records. All music written by Olaf Thörsen (Magnani) and Oleg Smirnoff. All vocal melodies written by Fabio Lione (Tordiglione) except tracks 6, 8,9,10 & 14, written by Michele Luppi. All lyrics written by Olaf Thörsen. Chapter I: Stream of Unconsciousness" (0:59). Chapter II: The Secret Of Life" (5:09). Chapter III: Colours Of My World" (7:25).
Listen to Yuh Maaad from Kush's GALLIS riddim/DREAM riddim DOUBLE ALBUM for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. His main releases, "Streams of Consciousness Vol. 1" (2004) and "Temptation Sessions" (2002), are chilled-out downtempo classics. There are at least four artists with this name: 1) Instrumental electronica artist, Etric Lyons from Toronto, Canada.
Streams of Thought, Vol. 1 carries that freestyle’s impressionistic spirit with that knowing audience in mind. Though this is Black Thought’s first solo project (previous would-be debuts Masterpiece Theatre and Danger Mouse collab Dangerous Thoughts were shelved), the EP avoids any Herculean this-is-my-time statements in favor of weaponizing the quiet self-assuredness he’s earned in his decades as the Roots’ vocalist.
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Listen to Full Streams of the Newest Albums Expertly Curated by the CoS Staff. Stream She & Him’s new album, Volume 3. by CoS Staff. on April 28, 2013, 11:11pm. Produced by M. Ward and recorded in Los Angeles, Portland, and New York, the album spans 14 tracks 11 Deschanel originals and three covers. Guest contributors include Mike Watt, Tilly and the Wall, Pierre de Reeder from Rilo Kiley, NRBQs Joey Spampinato, and Tom Hagerman from Devotchka.
In literary criticism, stream of consciousness, also known as interior monologue, is a narrative mode or device that depicts the multitudinous thoughts and feelings which pass through the mind. The term was coined by William James in 1890 in his The Principles of Psychology, and in 1918 May Sinclair first applied the term stream of consciousness, in a literary context, when discussing. Dorothy Richardson's novels
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