This week, we'll look at the unbearable sadness that marks the end of relationships. Whether the result of the discovery or admission of infidelity or the euphemism of 'growing apart', the cold numbness deep inside of those unaware and most pained lives on in a hundred ways.
It’s never about them as protested but the left behind deal in anger and recriminations, self-doubt and what-ifs. It is a sadness that lessens over time but never heals. Seven heartbreaking tales are offered up this week by Delgarma, Garmisch, Cobrider, Billy Cote and Uniit Carruyo, Tumc, and Full source. I'm Jim Nye.
You can download their entire cd for free at www.lclweb.org. Malmö, Sweden's Garmisch tries to temper the anger while "Doing Time'
This album is also freely available at blocSonic.com Vincent Delbaen records as Cobrider. Here is 'Still Continuing'
That was Billy Cote along with vocalist Uniit Carruyo with 'I Don't Want To Fight Tonight' Find it at www.last.fm/music/Billy+Cote+and+Uniit+Carruyo and Cobrider at www.myspace.com/thesnowfactor
We'll close with two acoustic tracks that reflect the deep and permanent sorrow of love lost. This is tumc with 'Autumn Leaf' That was Boston-based artist Full-Source with 'Cold Wind' (feat. Caleb Moon) From the compilation 'Hey You, Choose Your Own Adventure' Look for links at www.full-source.com and more from Tom at www.myspace.com/theumc
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.