Scenes From Earth Greetings From Earth Sounds of Earth » Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. First Movement, Munich Bach Orchestra, Karl Richter, conductor.
» Java, court gamelan, “Kinds of Flowers,” recorded by Robert Brown.
As you step off that stage, you're pretty much alone. Hearing it put to music makes you realize someone else is going through it, too. A guy can come in and have a big beer belly and he doesn't have to be anything but himself, whereas women have to wear the heels. When people think of what it's like to be famous, they think of the Ritz.
I've learned the most throughout my life from age twenty-two till now. When I cry, it starts like in my throat, so when I have something that's really emotional, sometimes if I access that too much, I can't finish the song. If you don't mean it, they're going to know you don't mean it. You know, it just enhances everything you're going through.
Following the completion of the primary mission(s), it was then off to the even greater unknown – interstellar space – and then each of these spacecraft will continue to broadcast their findings back to Earth, until their plutonium fuel is finally diminished (in about 10-15 years) at which point they will simply become drifting pieces of Earthly information; thus the gold records and the recordings on them.
Without further ado, here are the recordings that are on board the Voyager spacecraft, may whoever finds either, or both, come in peace.
WOODLAWN was directed by Jon and Andy Erwin and produced by Kevin Downes.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett were executive producers under their Lightworkers Media banner.
I remember being young and saving up my allowance to see an Alan Jackson concert.
It was really important to me because all I knew was how to be a consumer. After I released "Jesus, Take the Wheel," people started saying, Oh, it's kind of risky. I remember when I first started headlining, thinking, They paid money.
» Senegal, percussion, recorded by Charles Duvelle.