Edie Brickell

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Paul Simon, Edie Brickell downplay disorderly conduct arrests

28 April 2014 | 9:57 pm Music legend Simon and singer-wife Brickell held hands in court Mon. after both were charged with disorderly conduct over weekend http://www.cbsnews.com/news/paul-simon-edie-brickell-in-court-for-disorderly-conduct/

Paul Simon, Edie Brickell arrested

28 April 2014 | 9:30 pm Singer-songwriter Paul Simon and wife Edie Brickell must appear before a Connecticut judge on disorderly conduct charges Monday, police said. http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/28/showbiz/paul-simon-arrested/index.html

Paul Simon, Wife Edie Brickell Downplay Domestic Dispute In Court

28 April 2014 | 9:05 pm New Canaan police said they responded to the couple's home Saturday night to investigate a "family dispute" after someone called 911 and hung up. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2014/04/28/police-singer-paul-simon-wife-edie-brickell-arrested-in-conn-on-disorderly-conduct-charges/

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Singer Paul Simon and wife Edie Brickell arrested | World | News …

28 April 2014 | 5:10 pm GRAMMY Award-winner Paul Simon and his wife, singer Edie Brickell, have both been arrested over an alleged domestic violence incident. http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/472896/Singer-Paul-Simon-and-wife-Edie-Brickell-arrested

Paul Simon and wife Edie Brickell arrested in 'family dispute,' police …

28 April 2014 | 5:00 pm CONNECTICUT — Singer-songwriter Paul Simon and wife Edie Brickell appeared before a Connecticut judge on disorderly conduct charges on Monday, a court spokeswoman said. http://myfox8.com/2014/04/28/paul-simon-and-wife-edie-brickell-arrested-in-family-dispute-police-say/

Paul Simon, Edie Brickell Arrested After Physical Altercation – Jezebel

28 April 2014 | 4:30 pm Singer-songwriter Paul Simon and his wife, singer-songwriter Edie Brickell, were arrested over the weekend after some sort of spat at their home in New Canaan, Connecticut. According to reports, cops were called Saturday … http://jezebel.com/paul-simon-edie-brickell-arrested-after-physical-alter-1568743209

Ghost of a Dog by Edie Brickell (Cassette, 1990, Geffen) NM-MINT

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Edie Brickell & New Bohemians Shooting Rubber Bands 1988 NM Geffen LP

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Steve Martin & Edie Brickell – Love Has Come for You [Digipak] New (CD Apr-2013)

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Ghost of a Dog by Edie Brickell & New Bohemians (CD, 1990, Geffen)

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6 Responses to Edie Brickell

  • Anonymous says:

    Do You Think People Are Important? Something that’s helped me get through many hardships is the realisation that we’re all tiny space monkeys floating on a tiny rock, in what you could compare to the backyard of a small suburban apartment of a reasonably sized city in a MASSIVE continent of millions of such cities- with dozens of times more space in between them.

    i struggle to reconcile this with the notion that my life, or the lives of others, are important.

    i have strong moral principles which i live every day by. however, i’m told that many of the things i say are too detached. i wonder if that’s a human perspective or if that’s a truth? i find ideas, beliefs and emotions interesting but i don’t think they’re important i guess.

    • Curator says:

      I am no more or less important than any other form of life in the universe, but to some lives I am of great importance and to many other lives I’m completely unknown.
      I have given birth to another life, and as a veterinary technician and then later as a Registered Nurse I’ve saved lives, human and animal. I’ve also taken lives of animals in euthanasia and when I’ve run over the seemingly suicidal squirrels that dart out in front of my car on country roads and I’m responsible for the deaths of countless other animals that were killed by others when I consumed meat and fish.
      To animals in my care, I am very important and their loyalty to me reflects this. “Philosophy is a walk on a slippery rock, religion is a smile on a dog” (Edie Brickell)
      I like LeBlanc’s answer but I’ll also continue to add my own Jewish notions to this.
      I cannot speak for all Jews since we are all individuals, but I can address what Torah teaches us with regard to the nature of humans, our place in the universe, our relationship with our Creator and the purpose of the covenant we have with God in relation to the world and all living and the lives to follow our own.
      Torah teaches us from the very beginning that all humans are equal before God. I will give you some links that you really need to read ( though this is long) to really grasp all I say here. This answer is incomplete without reading them.
      this link to some of the ethical precepts of Judaism will be useful to you
      http://mamaspajamaparty.blogspot.com/search/label/ethical%20precepts%20of%20Judaism
      There you will read Adam Yachid– a single human being – The rabbinic concept that one human being was created originally so that no one can say, „my father was greater than your father.‟ In other words, every human being is unique and inherently precious (M ishna Sanhedrin 4:5).
      Ahavat Ger – love of “the stranger in your midst” – A series of laws insisting on compassionate behaviour towards strangers, empathy with foreigners, and their inclusion in every aspect of society
      (Exodus 22:20,;23:9; Deuteronomy 16:14; Tractate on Strangers, Minor Tractates of Talmud).
      Ahavat Ha-Beriot – love of all of God’s creations – A principle that encourages appreciation for the world and all of its inhabitants ( this applies to HUMANS AND ANIMALS)
      (Leviticus 19.18; Avot of Rabbi Nathan 16).
      And much more is there.
      Torah is referred to as the Book of Life and it’s path stresses equal justice for all humans and this also supports the Jewish belief of the equal intrinsic worth of all humanity.
      While Jews are obligated to follow the mitzvot ( commandments) of God, to save a life or to ease suffering for any human OR any animal, even those unfit ( not kosher) for consumption, is considered the greatest mitzvah, thus we may violate almost every other commandment to do so, except for murder, incest and sexual abuse and idolatry. A practicing Jew would die rather than commit any of those three violations of our covenant.
      regarding the role of non human lives…other animals in Torah and Judaism :
      I agree with the great Torah sage Maimonides – Moshe ben Maimon (1135-1204)
      “It should not be believed that all beings exist for the sake of the existence of man. On the contrary, all the other beings too have been intended for their own sakes and not for the sake of anything else.”
      Torah teaches that we are to care for all living. Cruelty to animals is prohibited and many of the laws of kashrut ( dietary laws) are regarding the treatment of animals to prohibit cruelty in care or slaughter.
      A righteous person has regard for the life of his animals. – Proverbs 12:10
      “It is prohibited to kill an animal with its young on the same day, in order that people should be restrained and prevented from killing the two together in such a manner that the young is slain in the sight of the mother; for the pain of animals under such circumstances is very great. There is no difference in this case between the pain of people and the pain of other living beings, since the love and the tenderness of the mother for her young ones is not produced by reasoning but by feeling, and this faculty exists not only in people but in most living things”. – Maimonides – Moshe ben Maimon (1135-1204) comments on Lev. 22:28
      “Love of all creatures is also love of God, for whoever loves the One (God) loves all the works that He has made. When one loves God, it is impossible not to love His creatures. The opposite is also true. If one hates the creatures, it is impossible to love God Who created them” . – Rabbi Judah Loew, The Maharal of Prague (1525-1609) < ( he is also credited with the Golem legends to protect the Jews of Prague from the blood libel accusations) This next is a quote from a Rabbi who speaks to why animal experimentation is at odds with Jewish values: “Here you are faced with God's teaching, which obliges you not only to refrain from inflicting unnecessary pain on any animal, but to help and, when you can, to lessen the pain whenever you see an animal suffering, even through no fault of yours.” Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch (1808-1888) Kosher means FIT. It is unfit for Jews to be cruel to animals. Sport hunting is prohibited by Jewish law. Even an animal that is on the list of kosher animals can be rendered trayf (not kosher..unfit) if it is not slaughtered in a prescribed manner, dies in suffering or is prepared in a manner to render it unfit (meat and milk together for instance) Ahavat Ha-Beriot – – love of all of God’s creations – A principle that encourages appreciation for the world and all of its inhabitants (Leviticus 19.18; Avot of Rabbi Nathan 16). Tza’ar Ba’alei Chayyim – – the pain of living creatures – A set of laws prohibiting cruelty to animals and obligating acts of compassion and proper treatment of animals used to perform labor (Shabbat 117b; Deuteronomy 22:9). Those are just a few of the primary sources of the obligations to show concern for ALL animals The Jewish notion of our nature is vastly different than that of Christianity which seems to pervade Western thinking. Judaism has NO concept of being born with "original sin", Torah's narratives from Genesis onward support the Jewish view that we are born with a blank slate..no burden of sin. We have the potential for both, the yetzer hara and the yetzer hatov (inclination to evil and inclination to good) but the ability to master our evil inclination. The Torah is a guide of how to learn to live so that the good choices become the easier path. The entirely different focus of Christianity from Judaism is perhaps an impediment to understanding this with ease. Christianity focuses on teaching that one must accept on faith and then awareness of God will change their behavior. **Judaism teaches us that it is how we live and interact with one another that opens us up to the awareness and connection to the Divine** How we interact with others can open us up to the importance of our own lives and how they affect others’ lives. Israel has a specific purpose, and Jews believe God has a purpose for every people to exist. God is not exclusive to Jews, Jews are obligated to be exclusive to God. It is what we do and how we act toward one another and the gift of life that opens us up to the awareness of the Divine. We can separate ourselves and our understanding through willful acts as well. From Genesis forward, God is directly available to all humans. The story of Ninevah is of a non Jewish community who achieved atonement and God's blessing through teshuvah ( repentance of wrongful deeds and return to striving to righteousness) Other nations may have their own purpose and role in God's eternal plan. The purpose of the eternal covenant with God is to strive with God to live as a light unto the nations in how to restore the world to justice, mercy, compassion and brotherhood for all humans. The world can be a sad, cruel place when people don’t understand their place in it or wish to disrespect others equal worth and rights. It is the very role of Israel to struggle with God and find our place in God's creation to make it a better one for all living. We are to be a light unto the nations in our own struggles, to show that how we live and treat one another is honoring our Creator who gave us life, our purpose to exist, and fulfilling those purposes in recognizing our equality before God and connection to all living helps to make the lives of all around us better and the world a better place for all living and the lives to follow our own. Torah honors LIFE and strives to make life better for all living and the lives to follow our own. Thus, our life is important in this chain, and we are given "dominion" to be stewards of all life. See this about Tikkun Olam and perhaps you may find a way to become less detached from life and embrace it, warts and all..with all its joys, all its sadness and grief and realize that you have an opportunity to make your own life better every day you're above ground, and you can also strive to help make the world better for those who come after you. You have an active part in making your life significant. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120603180524AANCZB9
      Judaism is more deed than creed. How we live and treat one another and how we care for the world and all life around us are a direct reflection of what we believe. It is what we do with our life and the circumstances of our birth that gives our lives importance.
      There are times in our lives that we are unable to contribute much to others or do for others, and we may be in need. This is the life that has significance to teach others compassion, mercy and the joy of sharing the fruits of their labors with another who needs them.
      Lastly read this:
      http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140116191534AA98fZ9

  • Anonymous says:

    Can You Recommend Any Good Songs? I don’t really listen to songs that aren’t K-pop, so I’m really lost with American songs right now. Besides that, I’m having a hard time finding slow songs/ballads that are good and great for singing. You see, I’m auditioning for SM Entertainment in a few months, and I need help with finding a song. Since I’m more of an alto than soprano, I fit in with songs like Beautiful by Christina Aguilera. I would appreciate if anyone can recommend some songs that are good for listening and songs that are great for auditions.
    Oh, and please don’t make any comments on my auditions, I’m still auditioning whether or not I have a chance or not. Thank you 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Fallin’ by Alicia Keys
      Better in Time by Leona Lewis
      Again by Janet Jackson
      Mercy by Duffy
      Like A Star by Corrine Baily Rae
      Crazy for You by Madonna
      I’m Like a Bird by Nelly Furtado
      Torn by Natalie Imbruglia
      Kiss Me by Sixpence None the Richer
      White Flag by Dido
      What I Am by Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
      Criminal by Fiona Apple
      Live to Tell by Madonna

  • Anonymous says:

    Songs That Describe The Meaning Of Life Or Answer A Question About The Human Condition? Questions about the human condition:
    What is the purpose of life?
    Why do we suffer/do wrong?
    Are we truly free?
    Is there life after death?
    Where did we come from?

    The song needs to answer at least one of these questions and relate to the meaning of life.

    Any suggestions?

    • Curator says:

      Bill Hicks and George Carlin Mix

      Dust in the Wind – Kansas

      Be Yourself – Audioslave

      Crazy Maze – Des’ree

      What I Am – Edie Brickell

      Lightning Crashes – Live

      Ka-Ching – Shania Twain

      Everybody Knows – Concrete Blonde

      Return To Innocence – Enigma

      Alan Watts Mix (The Real You)

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