My Floating Home - Netflix

My Floating Home follows the adventures of people who are building the ultimate dream homes – stunning ‘aquatic homes' that float on water. Traditional waterfront properties are hard to come by and can be very expensive. Some families are now taking the ultimate plunge and commissioning a floating home instead. Moored in marinas or along riverbanks, floating homes boast large glass windows offering stunning water views. From Vancouver to Seattle, and across Europe – it's a new trend with sales of waterborne homes booming. Each episode of "My Floating Home" follows a new family or friends as they attempt to take their dream from initial concept to final mooring. Viewers will see the tricks of the trade for designing and building a dream floating home and learn how to live a new lifestyle as float home pioneers.

My Floating Home - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-05-14

My Floating Home - Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space - Netflix

Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space is the third studio album by English space rock band Spiritualized, released on 16 June 1997. The album features guest appearances from the Balanescu Quartet, The London Community Gospel Choir and Dr. John.

My Floating Home - Background - Netflix

The album's title is from the philosophical novel Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder, the context being: The album itself was recorded shortly after the break-up of Spiritualized's Jason Pierce and Kate Radley, the band's keyboard player. Radley had secretly married Richard Ashcroft of The Verve in 1995. Pierce, however, maintains that much of the album, including “Broken Heart” and “Cool Waves”, had been written before the breakup. “If you write a song like [Broken Heart], you have to make it feel like what it's like to have a broken heart,” he said. “That's what making albums is all about. Otherwise it's just field recordings.” Original pressings had a version of the title track that incorporated the lyrics and melody of Elvis Presley's “Can't Help Falling in Love.” The Presley estate initially objected to this, and a remixed version appeared on the commercial release, with new lyrics. However, Spiritualized continue to use both sets of lyrics in live performances. By 2009, they were allowed to use the version with the Presley lyrics on the reissued edition of the album, with the proviso that the song be titled “Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space (I Can't Help Falling in Love).” Album closer “Cop Shoot Cop...” references lyrics from John Prine's “Sam Stone”, incorporating variations on a key line from that song's chorus.

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