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Tag Archives: music
For today, August 18, Jim wants us to choose a song that references another group in it. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/64726988/posts/2382321549 I’m going with Elvis and Moody Blue (s). Elvis died 42 years ago on August 16th 1977, the year this was released. … Continue reading
This is a new challenge for me and I’ve been tagged by Beckie in her post https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/66556224/posts/2376176038 This is Laura Lavent’s challenge, which you can find out more about by clicking below https://lavent69.blog/2019/08/12/weekly-song-challenge-round-26/ Rules: Copy rules and add to your … Continue reading
Jim has told us that for today, August 11, 2019 we are to chose a song that includes somebody famous in it . I remember a classic from my childhood by someone who was very popular but the butt of … Continue reading
Just adding my thoughts on Beckie’s post July 31, 2019 “Working on Us” This Weeks Mental Health Prompts for Blogging Community: Week 9 Topic: Music Therapy, How Does Music Affect You? My choice to listen to is varied, but I … Continue reading
Jim gives us the themes in advance for the coming weeks, so I’ve had time to think about this one. July 28, 2019 – A song featured prominently in a movie. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/64726988/posts/2359012111 Although I’ve never been a fan of Aerosmith, … Continue reading
This week’s theme is Wedding/Marry/Diamond/Ring/Cake Thanks Jim https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/64726988/posts/2351244379 I’m going with The Big O and this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5GwB8D7y5w There are several versions, Ray Price, Elvis, Englebert Humperdinck and probably the best remembered Solomon King. I remember an instrumental of it in … Continue reading