A good friend asked me to record this today...brings back memories of our Army days.
This song was popular somewhere around 1958. Not sure exactly when. Hell, I was 11. lol
"Tragedy" - The Fleetwoods
"Come Softly to Me: The Very Best of the Flee...Show More
a fun song hope you like it
I stated watching Nashville when it came out...and then stopped after Season 1. Its been on Netflix so I binged watched LOL. I always loved Clare Bowen's voice. I don't know wha...Show More
Trying something different....thanks for your visit....Jerry
Released in 1958, this song would rise to the top of BillBoard in 1959. Many covers have been made of this classic including Lloyds*s. The first recording dates back to 1923 and ...Show More
This is a song Alan and I did 7 years ago. I hope you like it.
“You Make Me Feel Brand New” The Stylistics
“The Best of the Stylistics [Amherst]” Trk:1 1975
Linda Cree...Show More
Finally not so busy anymore, so I can be on and record more :) One of my favs! Just with a piano track. All the harmonies are me :) Let me know if there is anything that can be f...Show More
Country songs appear to be the most popular genre here, and I found one that is most idendified with Gogi Grant, but also recorded by Tex Ritter in 1956.
Willie Nelson's latest - One of those tug at you heart songs that touches us all. Thanks for listening. ;) ~ Michael Ray ~ ;)
Thought I'd give this Boy Band theme a go. Though I haven't had a lot of time recently to record anything new, I have this old tune I recorded about two years ago (...Show More
Been a half century since I was a boy, but here goes this month's challenge. This song was actually written for the Andrew Loyd Weber musical, Whistle Down The Wind but was record...Show More
A huge thank you to Jerry for sending me the backing track to this beautiful song.
Slowly making my way uptown and back to Broadway but doing some shopping now on 34th Street in "New York, New York". ;-)
I really like this song. I hope you like it a little, too.
"I Will" Dean Martin
"Dino: The Essential Dean Martin Disc 2" Trk:14 2004
Merle Haggard wrote this song and Hank Snow released it in 1972. 34 years later, George Strait covered it and I am using his arrangement.
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