The Toys – A Lover’s Concerto

The melody was adapted from "Minuet In G," a composition written by Christian Petzold. "Minuet In G" is often thought to be by Johann Sebastian Bach because it was included in a book of sheet music kept by Bach's wife Anna Magdalena.The song was written by Denny Randell and Sandy Linzer, who wrote all the original songs … Continue reading The Toys – A Lover’s Concerto

Paul Mauriat – Love Is Blue

  Photo credit: One of the most beautifully written songs. The instruments that make this such a masterpiece and a classic.  Written by the Fench composers André Popp and Pierre Cour, this song was originally Luxembourg's entry in the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest sung by the Greek singer Vicky Leandros. It finished in fourth … Continue reading Paul Mauriat – Love Is Blue

Can You See The Light?

Photo credits: Can you see the light? Through your darkest hours, can you see the light? During your trials and tribulations, can you see the light? Doors slammed in your face; those around you don’t think you are good enough. Do you see the light? When you have realized your dreams and accomplished your … Continue reading Can You See The Light?

The Good Ole Days!

Photo credit: I sure miss the good ole days, where times were simple and loads of fun. The people were friendly and would stand and talk for hours to everyone. Neighborhoods with families of all sizes. People cared for one another and enjoyed bonding and socializing. Aww, Spring and Summer in the country, watching … Continue reading The Good Ole Days!

Martha Reeves & “The Vandellas – Nowhere To Run”

  Photo credits: The great hits of Motown!  It truly had to be a great feeling to be a part of the Motown experience. Even though there were many turmoils back then, the singers were still finding a way to enjoy performing and making a name for themselves.  Martha Reeves & the Vandellas were … Continue reading Martha Reeves & “The Vandellas – Nowhere To Run”