These are all songs recorded between (around) 1999-2002. Thanks to a couple backed up CD-Rs - I feel my sincerity could become thin as I reflect on public displays of (almost) lost sounds - Which is funny because I consider this a small collection of HAPPY Musics. I know in this "day and age" (lame but whatever) asking for almost anything is frowned upon or ignored.. BUT ("the big but") Consider helping me look forward by stealing & sharing OR buying a song or eleven.. ;)
Artwork / Cover by David Atlas
released October 11, 2016
[adjective, idler, idlest.]
-not working or active; unemployed; doing nothing:
-not spent or filled with activity:
-not in use or operation; not kept busy:
-habitually doing nothing or avoiding work; lazy.
-of no real worth, importance, or significance:
-having no basis or reason; baseless; groundless:
[verb (used without object), idled, idling.]
-to pass time doing nothing.
-to move, loiter, or saunter aimlessly:
to idle along the avenue.
-(of a machine, engine, or mechanism) to operate at a low speed, disengaged from the load.
[verb (used with object), idled, idling.]
-to pass (time) doing nothing (often followed by away):
to idle away the afternoon.
-to cause (a person) to be idle:
The strike idled many workers.
-to cause (a machine, engine, or mechanism) to idle:
I waited in the car while idling the engine.
-the state or quality of being idle.
-the state of a machine, engine, or mechanism that is idling:
a cold engine that stalls at idle.
[Can be confused]
idle, idol, idyll (see synonym study at the current entry)
-sluggish. Idle, indolent, lazy, slothful apply to a person who is not active. To be idle is to be inactive or not working at a job. The word is sometimes derogatory, but not always, since one may be relaxing temporarily or may be idle through necessity: pleasantly idle on a vacation; to be idle because one is unemployed or because supplies are lacking.The indolent person is naturally disposed to avoid exertion: indolent and slow in movement; an indolent and contented fisherman.The lazy person is averse to exertion or work, and especially to continued application; the word is usually derogatory: too lazy to earn a living; incurably lazy. Slothful denotes a reprehensible unwillingness to carry one's share of the burden: so slothful as to be a burden on others. worthless, trivial, trifling. wasteful. See loiter. waste.
-busy, industrious. important, worthwhile.
- The idle rich had driven down from Biarritz with their uniformed chauffeurs.
- Some airports, like in San Francisco and Seoul, even have attractions like museums and cultural centers to idle away the time.
- American companies routinely avoid taxation by moving their idle cash offshore.
- There are smiles, idle chit chat, and small courtesies evident as they enter and depart the courtroom.
? It was idle ; a magic seems to shield a captive's leap for life.
The Cavalier George Washington Cable
- Neglected and idle, he did not grumble; straitened and poor, he did not mope.
The Sayings Of Confucius Confucius
- They must be kept in their place, and it was idle to imagine that there was any science in wood or iron work.'
The Works of Rudyard Kipling: One Volume Edition Rudyard Kipling
[British Dictionary definitions for idle]
unemployed or unoccupied; inactive
not operating or being used
(of money) not being used to earn interest or dividends
not wanting to work; lazy
(usually prenominal) frivolous or trivial: idle pleasures
ineffective or powerless; fruitless; vain
without basis; unfounded
when tr, often foll by away. to waste or pass (time) fruitlessly or inactively: he idled the hours away
(intransitive) to loiter or move aimlessly
(intransitive) (of a shaft, engine, etc) to turn without doing useful work
(intransitive) (of an engine) to run at low speed with the transmission disengaged Also (Brit) tick over
(transitive) ( US & Canadian) to cause to be inactive or unemployed
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