Photo credit: Yahoo.com/images 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
Photo credits: Yahoo.com/images 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?
Photo credit: Bing.com/images 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!
Over the weekend I along with my younger sister traveled to West Texas to visit Family. While there, we stayed with one of our older sisters and I tell you, we had a great … Continue reading Red Oxblood Lily, Also Known As Schoolhouse Lily
Photo credits: Yahoo.com/images 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”
Photo credit: Yahoo.com/images This is such a beautiful song that brings back many special memories for me. Guitarist Henry Garza wrote the lyrics as a prayer. When he was 18, his son died of sudden infant death syndrome (S.I.D.S). It's about the pain he felt and wanting to escape this world and see … Continue reading Los Lonely Boys – “Heaven”
Photo credit: yahoo.com/images This is such a beautiful, yet sad ballad. If I had to describe the guitar riffs in this song, I would say they are intense in a way that you can close your eyes and the guitar riffs make you feel as though you are floating on air, maybe out … Continue reading Boston – “A Man I’ll Never Be”
Photo credit:Yahoo.com/images There is so much that can be said about a blues musician. It’s amazing to read up on various artists get to know their background, and how they stayed the course and never gave up until they succeeded and realized their dream. The late Papa John Creach did just that and played with … Continue reading John Henry Creach aka “Papa John Creach”
This song takes me back to my teen years, the sockhops at school, dancing, sing and having a blast with my friends. Even though it's been years ago, this music makes everything feel as though it was yesterday. I’ve always loved the whining sound of the guitar in this song. It has a George Harrison … Continue reading America – “Sister Golden Hair”
Photo Credit: Yahoo.com/images Remembering Philip Parris Lynott today, August 20th on what would have been his 71st birthday. Lynott was born on August 20, 1949, and was an Irish singer, musician, and songwriter. His most commercially successful group was Thin Lizzy, of which he was a founding member, the principal songwriter, lead vocalist, and bassist. … Continue reading Remembering Philip Parris Lynott of the band “Thin Lizzy,” on What Would Have Been His 71st Birthday! 08/20/1949 – 01/04/1986