The Big Electron is a remix tribute song to late comedians Bill Hicks and George Carlin, using footage from their stand up routines. It was created by melodysheep (aka John D. Boswell) famously known for the Symphony of Science. You can hear and download Melodysheep’s entire collection of “inspirational and humorous remixes” at Remixes for the Soul..
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George Denis Patrick Carlin (May 12, 1937 – June 22, 2008) and William Melvin “Bill” Hicks (December 16, 1961 – February 26, 1994) where American standup comedians.
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Here as one listens, John Boswell closeness to divinity expect only lesser argument. Just how is this music so relaxing? And inspiring? It is clear that a fluent soul with clarity of mind often results into something extraordinary. Only the ability for a generous personality creates such resultants.
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And each and every cell
There’s a molecule
With long and wild tales it can tell
The basis of all life
It’s found in earth and sky and in ourselves
Four billion years ago
In the early open oceans and tidepools
Before the life that we have come to know
Insects, trees, and animals
Life began in a soup of chemicals
If you let millions and millions of years pass
Through the tree of life you’ll come to us at last
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