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By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk The first memories of my mother was Podhi. Podhi was the servant “designated” to me. She fed me, bathed me, took me to kindergarten, sheltered me from bullies, cleaned my backside, and being an only child, she was my one play friend. She played marbles with me, put up with my [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk It’s not death we should fear, it’s wasting the time we have in this particular world. And when one sees the amount of pontificating and self promotion that goes on in one of the most anti social and time wasting mediums to be embraced by so many called “social media”, apart [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk I was speaking to my ex wife last week- yes, it seems a contradiction in terms- about life and how I have outgrown Hong Kong, the people and the kinda stunted lifestyle now led compared to the Wolf Of Wall Street days when living at 1616, four numbers that stood for [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk Around 10-15 years ago when still in the music industry and having recently split from my long suffering wife, our real offices were The Tiffin Lounge and the Champagne Bar at the Grand Hyatt. Living right next door to the hotel meant convenience if needing some different type of stress release [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk It was raining. And these days one has to almost force one’s self to get out as there’s really nothing much happening in Hong Kong that’s worth making the effort to see or looking for new people to meet. It seems like it’s all been said and done and heard before [...]

A contemporary fairy tale based on the songs of Hans Ebert and Trevor Carter. He woke up one day and it was like someone had switched the lights off in his head. He knew he was here, but it was hard getting there and beyond. For some reason, all motivation was gone. Inspiration had decided [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk There were the Beatles and there were the Stones and then there was George Harrison and there was Brian Jones. If being completely honest with myself, it was seeing George in “A Day’s Night”, especially in that opening scene when they’re running away from the fans and trips, and then playing [...]

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Posted: 11th September 2017 by We-Enhance in Love, Love and Music, Music
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By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk If you can’t be with the one you love, then love the one you’re with. Stephen Stills wrote that when apparently after breaking up with (singer-songwriter) Judy Collins. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookDigg

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk Some of us would have our favourites. There were however those artists who fell under “Global priorities” and “Regional priorities” with all us music executives feeling the heat to come up with those dreaded “numbers” and “chart successes” to be in the good books of Head Office. It wasn’t that different [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk If I didn’t already love her, then revisiting the music released by Jimmy Webb over the last day made that love that much stronger. The song stories of Jimmy Webb, my favourite songwriter, and the voice of Glen Campbell came together to create a brand of pop music that was part [...]