Mountain Quotes (509 quotes)
Mountain Don't Look Around with Lyrics in Description
A Look Around Montana Mountain by 4×4
Keep on reading and you will figure out why. They are alive. The landscape and the wildlife. Dramatic, jagged, surreal, undulating mountain peaks, lush vegetation, meandering rivers and waterfalls, verdant, yellow or brown meadows, hillside terraces… The scenery in Vietnam is unarguably diverse; you never really know which natural wonder is awaiting you around the corner literally! People in the mountains are a reminder that we can be happier with less. They think that we are the weirdos for being living in blocks of flats, for not knowing who our neighbor is or for being commuting every day for hours. Home-made food.
Nantucket Sleighride is the second album by the American hard rock band Mountain. The song and album title is a reference to the experience of being towed along in a boat by a harpooned whale see Nantucket sleighride. Owen Coffin , to whom the song is dedicated, was a young seaman on the Nantucket whaler Essex , which was rammed and sunk by a sperm whale in In the aftermath of the wreck, Coffin was shot and eaten by his shipmates. The instrumental break in the second half of the track uses the melody of the Irish song " Parting Glass ". The closing section of "Nantucket Sleighride" was used as the theme to the long-running British political television show Weekend World
Don't Look Around 2. Taunta Sammy's Tune 3. Nantucket Sleighride To Owen Coffin 4. You Can't Get Away 5. Tired Angels To J. The Animal Trainer and the Toad 7. My Lady 8.
The first song on this list is a beautiful instrumental by Leslie West from Mountain's official debut studio album released on this month in - 'Climbing! Leslie is mostly known for cranking out some heavy hitting guitar riffs but on "To My Friend" he shows just how versatile and gifted he is on the strings. Here's one that'll get you up from your seat and onto the dance floor from Mountain's second album 'Nantucket Sleighride'. Ladies and gentleman behold The Animal Trainer and the Toad and, yes, they know how to rock! Hard to believe but it's been said that Eric Clapton hated this song so it was never recorded by Cream.