Take a beautiful song; add a couple of powerful voices; intersperse the recording video with other interactions between the singers, and you have an interesting study in body language while enjoying an amazing duet! Enjoy!
This past week has been filled with a mixed bag of good and “not so good” events, coupled with a need to catch up with some neglected projects. The end result was that I had no music post planned for today … but ZZTop came up in a conversation a short time ago! Enjoy!
I was introduced to R.E.M. quite a few years ago during a spinning class! “It’s the end of the world (as we know it)” was the final song of the class and, as R.E.M. were clearly winding down to the end of the song, we were told to sprint … and hold the sprint until the very end. I soon found out that this song had a rather lengthy ending! Continue reading
Last Saturday I linked to Blackmore’s Night performing “Dandelion Wine”, and noted what a great song on which to potentially end a concert program. Continue reading
The first time (and all subsequent times) I heard this song, my thought was “What a wonderful way to end a concert.” Continue reading
I know that many of you are in my general age range, and can clearly relate to the wonderful sounds of the 60s, 70s and 80s, but recent years has also produced some great songs. Continue reading
Last Saturday’s music post linking to Blackmore’s Night “Windmills” triggered some interesting Comments both here, and in my world outside of the Blog! A number of Comments were based on not having heard of Blackmore’s Night before, which is a sentiment that I can totally relate to as I only heard of them by chance a little over a year ago! Continue reading
Sometimes the most perplexing lyrics can prove the most interesting, and put those same perplexing lyrics with a lovely melody and vocals and ……………………….! Continue reading
Rick Wakeman was, I believe, trained as a classical pianist … but decided to change direction and explore the popular music field. He came to my attention when on keyboards with Yes, and impressed me even more when he made his solo recordings. Continue reading