This is the wierdest coincidence ever happened in my life, while writing this i still shake a lot in amazement.
I had nothing better to do today, so just decided to go through some of the many bookmarks i have gathered while browsing the web, many of them from
ATS thread's, i just save these bookmarks for later reading when i don't feel i am ready for them.
When i do this i am playing music from my playlist on the labtop wearing headphones, which counts thousends of music tracks just playing random,
mostly all genres of Electronic music from Chill out to Trance, Trip hop, you name it, as long as it has a lot of sounds, i love sounds
One of my favorit is Jean Michel Jarre as he is one of the reasons i like Electronic music, he is an awesome composer and has been like a guru to me
through my childhood, so a lot of his tracks are on my playlist, playing once in a hvile.
Another thing is i like Jazz, a dry saxofon is my absolut favorit sound, nothing beats it IMO.
So here i am going through a lot of bookmarks covering varius topic's, just chilling and listening to music, i am reading some bookmarks from the
Challenger disaster, which i saved when i saw the newly realeased homevideo of challengers explosion and just came by in the following check
I was at this page history.nasa.gov... when the music change from a hardcore Trance track, to this
McNair was an accomplished saxophonist. Before his fateful last space shuttle mission he had worked with composer Jean Michel Jarre on a piece of
music for Jarre's then-upcoming album Rendez-Vous. It was intended that he would record his saxophone solo on board the Challenger, which would have
made McNair's solo the first original piece of music to have been recorded in space (although the song "Jingle Bells" had been played on a
harmonica during an earlier Gemini 6 spaceflight.) However, the recording was never made as the flight ended in disaster leading to the deaths of its
entire crew. The last of the Rendez-Vous pieces, (Last Rendez-Vous) had the additional name "Ron's Piece". Ron McNair was supposed to take part in
the concert through a live feed.
Well, i am not superspecious(Don't know if i got that word right), and do see this as a rare coincidence, but the kick i got from this i would like
to get everyday, because that made me feel alive.
Enjoy the music, and send the crew from Challenger a thought....R.I.P
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