Showing posts from 2017

Funky New Year

Hope your holidays were merry and bright and hope you have a wonderful and inspirational New 2018 Year!

“Bringing In a Brand New Year” Charles Brown “Let’s Start the New Year Right” Bing Crosby “Funky New Year” The Eagles “New Year’s Eve” Tom Waits “Auld Lang Syne” Die Toten Hosen “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve” Bette Midler “Celtic New Year” Van Morrison “It’s Just Another New Year’s Eve” Barry Manilow

Silver Bells

Hope your Christmas is merry and bright and stay cuddling close beneath the mistletoe. For your enjoyment some of the best Christmas songs from the 1950s.

“Cool Yule” Louis Armstrong “Frosty the Snowman” Nat King Cole “Silver Bells” Bing Crosby and Carol Richards “O Come All Ye Faithful” Bobby Darin “Christmastime” Vera Lynn “The Christmas Waltz” Frank Sinatra “Blue Christmas” Elvis “Jingle Bell Rock” Bobby Helms

Just the Way You Are

May this Christmas find you with someone to warm your heart and if they are not with you may you get together and find each other this holiday season.

“At Last” Etta James “Wonderful Tonight” Eric Clapton “Just the Way You Are” Billy Joel “Baby Love” The Supremes “You Belong to Me” Patsy Cline “You Can’t Hurry Love” Phil Collins “So Far Away” Carol King “It Don’t Matter to Me” Bread

Yankee Rose

Hope the new week is treating you all great. This is for those who are faced with a frozen winter world and for all the dreamers out there. Listen and daydream of lovely flowers and bright blue skies.

“Wildflowers” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers “Flowers Never Bend with the Rainfall” Simon and Garfunkel “Yankee Rose” David Lee Roth “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” Neil Diamond “The Rose” Bette Midler “For the Roses” Joni Mitchell “Hyacinth House” The Doors “Morning Glory” Oasis 

Winter Wonderland

Soon Christmas will be here. These are the most popular Christmas songs from the 1940s. Hope you have a wonderful winter weekend.

“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” Bing Crosby and the Andrew Sisters “White Christmas” Frank Sinatra “Winter Wonderland” Perry Como “Let It Snow” Connie Beswell “The Christmas Song” Nat King Cole “Here Comes Santa Claus” Doris Day “Merry Christmas” Judy Garland “Sleigh Ride” Leroy Anderson


According to the Internet these songs are among the top 20 songs of 2017.

“Paranormal” Alice Cooper “My Only True Friend” Greg Allman “Heroes” Motorhead “She’s Got to Be Somewhere” David Crosby “American Without Tears” Elvis Costello “That’s What Makes Us Great” Bruce Springsteen/Joe Grushecky “In My World” Lindsay Buckingham/Christine McVie “We’re On the Road Again” Ringo Starr

Soul and Inspiration

Hope this new week is inspirational for you...

“Sailing” Christopher Cross “Save the Last Dance for Me” Leonard Cohen “Soul and Inspiration” The Righteous Brothers “(She’s) Always a Woman to Me” Billy Joel “Still the Same” Bob Seger “She’s Some Kind of Wonderful” Huey Lewis and the News
“Something (in the Way She Moves)” The Beatles “Sunshine Superman” Donovan

Toys in the Attic

It was their third album Toys in the Attic that put Aerosmith on top. It became their best album and their greatest moment of glory. Hope you all have a great weekend.
“Toys in the Attic” “Walk This Way” “Sweet Emotion” “No More No More” “You See Me Crying”

Take Me Home

Hope this week is an inspirational and happy week for you. Always keep the home fires burning bright.

“Back Home Again” John Denver “Sweet Home Alabama” Lynard Skynard “Take Me Home” Phil Collins “2000 Light Years From Home” The Rolling Stones “She’s Leaving Home” The Beatles “You’re My Home” Billy Joel “Leaving Home Ain’t Easy” Queen “You Just Can’t Go Home Again” David Cassidy


Sadly I have to say good-bye to my teen idol. Thank you for some spectacular teen years. David Cassidy died on November 21 from organ failure. He also had dementia. It is just so sad to know that he too has joined the rock and roll band in the sky. Here are some of his best songs.

“Could It Be Forever” “Daydreamer” “Summer Days” “Rock Me Baby” The Partridge Family times “I’ll Meet You Halfway” “I Think I Love You” Two favorites “Some Kind of Summer” “The Last Kiss”

Run to You

Bryan Adams made a name for himself and many music fans when he came out with his number one album “Reckless” in 1984. From this one album came six hit singles. Hope you all have a great new week and enjoy.
“Heaven” “Somebody” “Run to You” “Summer of ‘69” “One Night Love Affair” “It’s Only Love”

Riders on the Storm

Hope this new week is inspirational for you.

“(Reach up for the) Sunrise” Duran Duran “Rag Doll” The Four Seasons “Riders on the Storm” The Doors “Ramblin’ Man” The Allman Brothers Band “Randy Souse Git” The Monkees “Rapture” Blondie
“Red Red Wine” UB40 “Rain On Me” Cyndi Lauper

Moon Is Up

Hope this weekend the moon shines bright over you.

“Howling at the Moon (Sha La La)” Ramones “Moon Is Up” The Rolling Stones “Song About the Moon” Simon & Garfunkel “The Same Moon” Phil Collins “Moonlight Drive” The Doors “Bad Moon Rising” Creedence Clearwater Revival “Moondance” Van Morrison “Moon River” Elton John

Love Is a Wonderful Thing

Hope you all have a wonderful new week ahead.

“Please Let Me Wonder” The Beach Boys “Wonderful Tonight” Eric Clapton “Love Is a Wonderful Thing” Michael Bolton “I Wonder (Departure)” ABBA “I Wonder Whose Kissing Her Now” Harry Nilsson “I Stand in Wonder” Joe Cocker “Wonder Where My Baby is Tonight” The Kinks “I Wonder (Where You Are Tonight)” Aretha Franklin

Have a Drink on Me

AC/DC Back in Black when group member singer Bon Scott died in early 1980 they bounced back later with a new singer and came out with what is considered one of their very best albums. It kicked off a whole new golden era for them.

“Hells Bells” “Let Me Put My Love Into You” “Have a Drink on Me” “Back in Black” “Shoot to Thrill” “Shake a Leg”

Blueberry Hill

A well-known and incredibly talented musician Fats Domino must have climbed up Blueberry Hill to reach the heavens on October 24, 2017. He now sings with the rock and roll band up in the sky. We’ll miss you but thanks for all the music we can still enjoy.

“I’m Walking to New Orleans” “Blue Monday”
“Blueberry Hill” “I’m In Love Again” “My Blue Heaven” “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” “Ain’t That a Shame” “I Hear You Knocking”

Peaceful Easy Feeling

Hope you have a peaceful easy feeling this new week...

“Paint It Black” The Rolling Stones “Puttin’ On the Ritz” Taco “Peaceful Easy Feeling” The Eagles “P. S. I Love You” The Beatles “Paloma Blanca” George Baker “Paradise By the Dashboard Light” Meat Loaf “Perhaps Love” John Denver


Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

“Promises” Eric Clapton “Poems, Prayers and Promises” John Denver “Promises” Barbara Streisand “Promises Made” Dan Fogelberg “(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden” Lynn Anderson “Thank You for the Promises” Gordon Lightfoot “Don’t Make Promises” Three Dog Night

When the Swallows Fly

Hope this new week finds you flying high and happy.

“Angels Flying Too Close to the Ground” Willie Nelson “Fly Away” John Denver “When the Swallows Fly” The Bee Gees “Time For Me to Fly” REO Speedwagon “Fly By Night” Rush “I’ll Fly Away” Johnny Cash “Fly Like an Eagle” Steve Miller Band

Ob La Di Ob La Da

Hope you all have a sunny autumn weekend.

“(Oh) Pretty Woman” Roy Orbison “October” U2 “Ob La Di Ob La Da” The Beatles “Oh, Boy!” Buddy Holly “Oh My Love” John Lennon “Oh Very Young” Cat Stevens “Old Time Rock and Roll” Bob Seger “On a Day Like Today” Bryan Adams