The first time I heard this song was in England in 1968. The group that had a hit record with it was called **Love Affair**. Later, I found out that it was a cover of a Robert K...Show More
This is such a beautiful song. You have to feel the words while you sing them and the best way to do so, I guess, is to use your mother tongue. So I'll do it in Dutc...Show More
A song I always enjoyed! Thanks for listening :)
"Smoke from a Distant Fire" Sanford & Townsend
"The Smoke from a Distant Fire" Trk:1 1977
Ed Sanford; John Townsend; Steven Paul Stewart
Hello everybody it`s been a while since i recorded something. I needed some time out for real life stuff to be sorted. My friend Terry gave me the idea to make this. ( where talkin...Show More
June/July 2015 recording and mix... bear in mind this was before I went to university and had the slightest clue what I was doing! Thank you if you choose to listen.
A fun song....from my archives. Thanks for you (re)listen:-)
"And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda is a song written by Scottish-born Australian singer-songwriter Eric Bogle in 1971. The song describes war as futile and gruesome, while ...Show More
Although not perfectly fitting this month's challenge, this song does touch upon the fatherly love of raising a family. Now that I thought about it, it does fit the wedding and lo...Show More
Missed the exit ramp for Broadway so went to the movies instead. 1930 Harold Arlen song most identified with Judy Garland in "Summer Stock".
Remember singing this at the Fling we came to in Pueblo, meeting awesome friends and loving every moment, we miss you guys sooo very much.. hope everyone is well, thank you for li...Show More
Thank you to any and all who may stop by for a listen. I appreciate it very much!
Had to wait for the neighbours to go out before I could belt this one out. Had great fun with this 1956 hit, hope you like the effort....Cheers.
Released as the second Single of John Michael Montgomery's self-titled album. It reached Number 1 in July of 1995 and won Billboard's Hot Country Singles Award for 1995. This son...Show More
Another favorite song from "Porgy and Bess". I asked Joyce's background singers to help me with the repeat chorus but they're booked solid for the next 2 months. ;-)
From Track Number 3 of John Michael Montgomery's "Kickin' It Up" album, this song reached Number 1 status on Billboard in August of 1994. I have always loved this song a...Show More
In the style of Diana Krall.
Did this one before, but this time I used a different backing track that I like better ...
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