Monday, September 12, 2011

BBC Music Festivals, Lenny Kravitz and Telepathy

This is one of those days when I wonder if I am really psychic or if I am just making stuff up! For those of you who follow my Facebook page you may have noticed that I went to Festival in Hyde Park yesterday. A friend had extra tickets to see Lionel Ritchie and I tagged along.  I'm not a massive Lionel Ritchie fan but I do like his music, and I love the park! Had no idea who else was on the agenda ...

As it turns out, Lionel Ritchie canceled because of illness which was a shame, but soon after we found out that Lenny Kravitz was playing!!! And James Blunt! And the Pierces! I expected the best show to come from Lenny, but I'm a huge Pierces fan so I was thrilled to see them on the set list. As it turns out, I didn't reconize any of the songs The Pierces played, so I'm not as big a fan as I thought. They were great though, one of the sisters wore a flowy white dress with bell sleeves, the other sister wore a  long black dress. With the full moon over the stage it looked very black-and-white-witch-magical. Loved the music, loved the look and feel, but I was still left without my favorite Pierces songs. Listen to the songs, or scroll down to read about my first attempt at telepathy (really!)  

Now back to the psychic side of this post ...

Don't ask me why, but I desperately had to hear Lenny Kravitz sing American Woman. He started out singing some of the newer songs, like Stand, he went back to the Cab Driver single that was apparantly popular when he 1st played London 22 years ago, and then moved into a rocking rendition of Fly Away.  There were thousands of people in Hyde Park, the crowd was going wild. I was close to the stage which was also awesome, maybe in the front 1/5 of the crowd. At this point, Fly Away was winding down, I really reallyyyy wanted him to sing American Woman but wasn't sure how much longer he'd be on stage. What's a girl to do?

I grounded myself,  visualized a dark blue beam going from my brow chakra to his brow chakra and I sent the intention to "Sing American Woman" his way. That went on for about 10 seconds, then Lenny turned to talk to his band - as he does after every song - and they started playing American Woman! 

It was amazing! These are the songs I enjoyed most: 

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