Here are all of McRaul55's jams.
Well, all my friends jammers. The end is incoming. Many friends around the world with a very simple thing in common: The Music. Many wonderfull jams of all kinds, different countries and different eras. So many people which have discovered new themes for me and remembered me another old themes almost forgotten. Thank you very much to all you, fantastic jammers. Specially @natyblooming @MyBlueElephant @melissapulo @oneeverytwo @thisismymistake @caronline @dutchbeeblebrox @lynn200 @colinflynn28 @florencevibert @shme @BladeRunner @soorajsoman @leejohnson @roamin @Brownpants and the rest of jammers who have shared your music with all of us. And thank you very much to Matt and Han to have created this fantastic musical social network more than two years ago. Really nice to meet you all. This Is My Last Jam: "Everything Is Not Lost", cause there's life beyond TIMJ. You can find me and follow me on Let's Loop to continue this relationship: http://www.letsloop.com/es/McRaul55 See u there! ;)
Jammed: 24th Sep 2015
by Ryuichi Sakamoto
Jammed: 27th Aug 2015
by The Verve
I've been informed today that TIMJ will be archived next september. It's a sad, sad new... I've gotta tell you my tale Of how I loved and how I failed... I stood up the top of the hill, over the town I was found. Finding myself used to be hard, but now I see the light. This is music... and This Is My Jam
Jammed: 9th Aug 2015
Today is the World Book Day, and here you got a song from Radiohead, "Banana Co." This was originally an acoustic track from a radio session Thom Yorke did in 1993. It ended up as the B-side to the single "Pop is Dead" and on the EP Itch. Select magazine's October 1999 issue, which was partially devoted to tracing the origin of Radiohead songs, cited One Hundred Years of Solitude (from Gabriel García Márquez best seller), as a possible inspiration for the song. The lyrics are about a little town in which a big factory is built and how industrialization turned farmers into factory workers.
Jammed: 23rd Apr 2015
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