Released in 1975, this song quickly rose to Number 1. I have lived this song since then. It*s kind of a stretch for these old pipes, though.....lol.....:-). Keith
I WANT A LITTLE SUGAR IN MY BOWL (1962 Blues, Soul) Nina Simone
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there! Hope you're having a nice day.... I just learned this one today.
Done with Mother's Day in mind.
Everything is lovely
When you start to roam;
The birds are singin', the day that you stray,
But later, when you are further away,
My Sunday song
(singing harmony with my friend Lana)
I found some time to record another song. A lot of voices in here Thanks for the listen and comments
IF I NEVER STOP LOVING YOU__David Kersh (1997 Country)
Kenny Rogers....he was classic!
I re-recorded this one today with the Tyros, and put a few other sounds on it. Thanks for the listen and comments
It's still February, the month of love. This is one of the prettiest romantic songs I know. It was done by BeeGees in 1967.
I Ain't Gonna Give You None Of My Jelly Roll.
Little Willie Green
from New Orleans
The greasy boy was he.
He always liked
a lot of kids around
just to keep him ...Show More
Re-recorded this one today. Trying to fresh up my older songs with the new sounds in the Tyros.
Thanks for the listen and comments.
I'm in a sentimental mood (maybe just mental) three songs that my father used to sing - portions of each.
Gonna take a sentimental journey
Gonna set my heart a...Show More
Another re-recording I did today. For those who know the first recording you will hear the difference I put an extra whistle sound in here and sang different backing harmonies on i...Show More
LYIN' EYES (Country Rock, Country Pop) Eagles-1975 (6.m+)
- This is a long song, and I hope you can get through it all the way (if not understandable.) As it took me DAYS to get ...Show More
"Daisy Bell" was composed by Harry Dacre in 1892. As David Ewen writes in American Popular Songs:
When Dacre, an English popular composer, first came to the United S...Show More
Recorded a long long time ago. Thank you if you care to listen.
Released in 2008 on The Zac Brown Band's Foundation album's last track, this song was never released as a single. It is a hoot to sing, though...HA1.....:-)
Harlan Howard wrote and released this song in the early 50s. Many artists have covered this song since.....including Patsy Cline. I am using Charle Rich's 1974 version for my bac...Show More
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