Can music save your mortal soul?

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sl-supremesIt can sure save mine. Always. If I am sad and feeling down, dispirited – a live concert by Noma Falta or Von Johin will get me rocking and happy. If I am happy and want to party on well, guess what – a live concert by Von Johin or Noma Falta will keep me going strong. *grin* Last night I made plans to meet up with Honour at Von Johin’s anniversary party at his French Quarter sim. I spent a good part of the day working on AhuvaHair Version 2.0 (wait til you see it – it will be SO much better than round 1) and helping a friend. So my to-do list and conscience were both clear when showtime rolled around.

The French Quarter belongs to Von and Harlee. von-johinThey bought it a year ago and all day was a celebration. Honour and I were standing about talking, waiting to see which stage Von would be using. An avatar rezzed in. To my great delight it was my friend DZ!!! The three of us headed over to the music. Honour and I tagged onto DZ’s chimera and danced the night away. That is another thing that I really should have. After all these months, I still do NOT have a way to dance by myself. I am still dependent on the local dance balls or someone’s chimera. /me makes note to self…. buy dance animation thing. *grin*

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2 Responses to “Can music save your mortal soul?”


  1. 1 Dale Innis May 4, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    You can also find a dance in inventory (there are a few in the library, I think, and by now you may have accidentally picked up another few somewhere) and double-click on it, and “Play in world”, and you’ll be dancing! Not as dance as a Chimera, but… 🙂

  2. 2 Oura May 5, 2009 at 9:13 am

    music can indeed save your soul 🙂 It can light up the night, can make a heart sing. Music can fill our eyes with tears, it is like a live entity that takes over our bodies, even for just a short while. Music can motivate and inspire, it can effect the very fiber of my being. It is no wonder most of us always fall in love with the musicians. I always wanted to be a groupie when I grow up.


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