Sunday Night Music # 7 Mr Frog went Courting

Continuing the tradition, of no technology for one post on Sunday night. (Usually the last post, but I have Captivate stress, so I am doing this early to relax!)

Featuring the Rooftop Singers, 12 string guitars and all,  doing a jazzy version of a folk song from 1548. Please Enjoy… Continue reading “Sunday Night Music # 7 Mr Frog went Courting”

Sunday Night Music #6

Continuing the tradition, of no technology in the last post on Sunday night.

Versatile, Talented and Style

Mr Sammy Davis Jr Continue reading “Sunday Night Music #6”

Sunday Night Music #5 or Its sad the shape I’m in…

Continuing the tradition, of no technology in the last post on Sunday night.

It is odd how songs come to mind.

When I arrived on site recently, I was considering tweeting “Houston, the Eagle has landed” to signify my safe arrival with plenty of time in hand. For the rest of the day I found myself recalling the lyrics and tune of “Houston”. Which indicates my brain is wired in an odd way. Continue reading “Sunday Night Music #5 or Its sad the shape I’m in…”

Sunday Night Music #4

Continuing the tradition, of no technology in the last post on Sunday night, this week, Sonny and Cher.

Black and White – of course… Please Enjoy.  From Sammy Davis Jr’s TV  Show via YouTube – Music and Video after the jump

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Sunday Night Music 3 – Peter, Paul and Mary

Continuing the tradition, of no technology in the last post on Sunday night, this week, back to black and white, guitars and folk music. My natural habitat…

And as with the Rooftop Singers, two men on guitar and a strong female vocalist.   Continue reading “Sunday Night Music 3 – Peter, Paul and Mary”

Sunday Night Music 2

Ballad of Ira Heyes

Continuing my convention of  one non work Sunday Night Post.

From the Man in Black, a true and sad story…

Music after the fold Continue reading “Sunday Night Music 2”

Sunday Night Music

Dear Reader,

I am going to have a tradition, starting now, of doing one non work related post on a Sunday night and to reflect my eclectic musical taste. To begin, this is the Rooftop Singers from the early 1960’s in their orignal form with Lynne Taylor .

Twelve string guitars, folk music, no computers, bliss.

Video and Audio after the fold. Continue reading “Sunday Night Music”