The work is done, the music collection re-organised and my favourite 1000 CD’s have been rescued from the upstairs cupboards and drawers and are now close at hand in the living room together with a selection of my favourite albums and books.
It is amazing to think that this:-
can be easily stored on this:-
No doubt if she was still with us his new album “Crazy Love” would have been purchased in it’s entirity, for me this track will do just fine.
All I do is dream of you
The whole night through
With the dawn I still go on
Dreamin’ of you
You’re every thought, you’re everything
You’re every song I ever sing
Summer, winter, autumn and spring
And were there more than twenty-four hours a day
They’d be spent in sweet content dreamin’ away
Sky’s are gray, sky’s are blue
Morning, noon and nighttime, too
All I do the whole day through is dream of you
It’s the cat’s meow
All I do the whole day through
Is dream of you
To buy the music of Michael Buble click HERE
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Back in June I had a few specific posts which got mothballed due to time constraints around the sad passing of Gordon Lennon, over the next couple of weeks I am going to address them thus if the dates or timings seem strange you now know the reason.
First up is the great Nanci Griffith who released a new album The Loving Kind back in June, now I am no fan of Country music in its real sense, however, it has generated many a great singer/songwriter who has crossed over into more mainstream genres.
Here is the title track from the above album, it tells the tale of the Richard and Mildrid Loving who due to their mixed marriage of white man and black woman were forced out of Virginia due to the real possibility of arrest under the state’s Jim Crow Laws.
The 1967 landmark civil rights case – Loving v. Virginia – ended the ban on inter racial marriage.
Nanci Caroline Griffith, (born July 6, 1953 in Seguin, Texas) is an American singer, guitarist and songwriter from Austin, Texas.
Griffith’s career has spanned a variety of musical genres, predominantly country, Folk, and what she terms “folkabilly.” Griffith won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album in 1994 for her recording, Other Voices, Other Rooms.
This album features Griffith covering the songs of artists who are her major influences. One of her better-known songs is “From a Distance” by Julie Gold, although Bette Midler‘s version achieved greater commercial success. Similarly, other artists have occasionally achieved greater success with Griffith’s songs than Griffith herself. For example, Kathy Mattea had a country music top five hit with a 1986 cover of Griffith’s “Love at the Five and Dime,” and Suzy Bogguss had one of her largest hits with Griffith’s and Tom Russell’s “Outbound Plane.”
Griffith has recorded duets with many artists, among them Emmylou Harris, Mary Black, John Prine, Don McLean, Jimmy Buffett, Dolores Keane, Willie Nelson, Adam Duritz (singer of Counting Crows), and Darius Rucker (singer of Hootie & the Blowfish). She has also contributed background vocals on many other recordings.
To buy the music of Nanci Griffith click HERE
Coming Soon……..Emmylou Harris
- Blast from The Past
- Classical Music
- Cover Stories
- Dumbarton FC
- Guilty Pleasures
- Interesting Fact
- Jazz Vocal
- Mash Up
- Mrs D
- Music From The 50's
- New Music
- New News
- New Releases
- New Year
- Old Music
- Old Music (rock)
- Peck Of The Week
- Rock and Roll
- The Dugs
- The Who