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 ...
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. ;-)
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
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.
Stray Cats 1981...Thanks for your indulgence. A busy busy weekend, but will catch up on listens tomorrow!
Thank you to any and all who may stop by for a listen. I appreciate it very much!
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
This was originally by Bill Withers, but am using a different sound track...hopefully you'll like it.
Have a nice weekend and thanks for the listen!
Bob Dylan. The song appeared (in two different versions) on Dylan's fourteenth studio album Planet Waves (1974).
"Because" is a song by The Dave Clark Five, recorded in 1964 from their album American Tour. Originally the B-side to "Can't You See That She's Mine" in the Uni...Show More
A 1985 single by Dire Straits
"Kiss from a Rose" Seal
"Best: 1991-2004 [2 Disc] Disc 1" Trk:2 2004
(Ba-da-da, ba-da-da-da-da-da, ba-da-da&...Show More
Hi Do ya'll know anyone like this?
Yep...that's just what I do...got references too---all very discrete and anonymous. (perhaps it's just me dreaming)...ha!
I saw today that June is "Wedding" month. This probably isn't what Danny had in mind, but even though this is a little bit of twisted lub, gonna send it up anyway. Thanks...Show More
Jackie DeShannon wrote and released this song in 1964. It was a hit for her and The Searchers covered it later on that same year. I am using their arrangement for my version.
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