Did you honestly think for one second that I would leave on my quasi-hiatus without leaving you wonderful people with some goodies? Shame on you! *wink*
In my corner of this vast world, we are entering into the final days of the summer solstice. Days will begin to be shorter, weather will be cooler and the leaves crowning the trees will begin to change their colors. It means a return to a more normal routine, of holidays, festivals, of school. Yet, before I get lost in the sea of studies, books and papers, I have one more summer song to sing for you.
This clip of Brandon Manilow and Dolph Lambert, taken from Lemonade (2008), I thought would be the perfect why to bring summer almost to a close (have one more to post for you on Friday). I just love this outdoor location that they’re in, and their sun bed wherein they make their sweet love, seems to be their own piece of heaven on earth. Their bantering is cute, sexy and steamy hot. You truly feel as if you are watching them frolic in their own Garden of Eden. The only difference is, it’s not an apple Dolph playfully tempts Brandon with, but a banana (which is what is alluded to early on as the scene begins) *grin* It is short, I know (I hated that I had to cut so much out of this one), but short and oh, so very sweet, just like these two are.
I wanted to try something a little different with the music for this video and the next one I have pending to post. Porcupine Tree has become one of my favorite bands within the last ten years. I was first introduced to them back in 2001 when I saw them live for the first time at a progressive rock festival called NEARFest, this was before I had heard any of their albums. Let me say that I got hooked on them ever since. Their music is some of the most original heard in some time; a mix of traditional and alternative rock, but with stylings of 1960’s psychedelic rock, like later Beatles and Led Zeppelin (Physical Graffiti and In Through the Out Door). Their stage shows are almost a religious experience. They’re a very visual band, for as they are performing they’ll show video clips, many of them they’ve made themselves that would help either give the song they are performing a more dramatic feel or the video would pertain to a particular theme within a song. I chose for this video clip one from their album, Stupid Dream, Baby Dream In Cellophane. I felt the song was very pretty, melodic and it gives the clip a dreamlike feel because of the psychedelic style of the music.
It’s a short summer song, but it’s still very sweet and it’s guaranteed to give you very lusciously sexy dreams.
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Video clips taken from Lemonade (2008; dir. George Duroy), Bel Ami Entertainment.