Today, Day 15 of #musicalmarch I am going back to the late 60’s and early to late 70’s to Marc Bolan who I adored . I was stunned by his sudden and untimely death not to mention the terrible circumstances. The world was robbed of a talent.
Today is Day 13 of #musicalmarch. I used to love to dance, still do, but circa 1989 the latest craze was The Lambarda and I loved Kaoma and their fabulous song and dance video! I would dance to this at work, at home, with friends,on my own. Shopping , walking, anytime I heard the opening chords I was off much to hubby’s and all three of our son’s embarrassment. I love it still do shall we dance ☺🤗
So today is Day 11 of #musicalmarch and here is my best fun moment of all time.
Queen did a concert after dearest Freddy’s death and had Elton John and Axile Rose 🌹 singing sections of the song, along with Freddy’s voice singing part of it too.
Elton and Queen had no idea what Axile Rose was going to do because Axile being Axile refused to rehearse at all. So it was a fabulous surprise when he burst on to the stage like a whirling Dervish and stole the show, even at the end he stole the show by taking Elton’s hand and walking to the front of the stage with him. Just beautiful! Watch for Axils’s fantastic entrance at about 3 minutes thirty on the video. It is just fabulous.xxxxx
Today is Day 10 of #musicalmarch. I am going back to look at my school days when I loved the diametrically opposed Rolling Stones and the Monkeys! The Monkeys were a manufactured group who had a TV show on a Saturday night. I along will hoards of others looked forward to it every week!
Here is Pleasant Valley Sunday by the Monday!
And here is My Sweet Lady Jame by the Stones. I picked this track because it was one of my favourite tracks back then very different to their normal music but then again they did write As time goes by, for Marianne Faithful xxx
I am having to make excuses today because I really can’t spend as much time on my blog right now as I should. So I have read and liked but I do apologize for not commenting as much as I usually do. I promise this will not last!
So to you all my Musicalmarch is a an apology and a song from my youth.
This song by Brenda Lee came out in 1960 when I was about 7yrs old.. I still love it!
Today is Day 7 of #musicalmarch and I am doing part two of my Inheritance Tracks. Yesterday I did the tracks that my Mum,Dad and brother’s were always playing so now it is time to share my three sister’s tracks!
Firstly my dear eldest sister T’s heartthrob Pat Boone
My dear departed sister M loved Cliff Richard, his films and his songs!
Today is Day 6 of musicalmarch and I going to look at the music that was always playing in the house when I was growing up as a child.
First of all let me remind you that all we had was a Dansette Record player. Dad loved Kathleen Ferrier an opera singer, I can remember sitting on the floor at my Dad’s feet and listening to what I thought was a strange sound.
Mum on the other hand loved Carousel, Oaklahoma, South Pacific, Westside Story and the likes her favourite was My boy Bill from Carousel.
My brother J was into Adam Faith a singer who hailed locally from where we lived. He later became an actor as well as singer.. I still have a soft spot for him sadly he died 2003 aged 62yrs.
My eldest brother loved Johnny Mathis his velvet smooth voice I can still hear today.
Now this is becoming a very long post , I think we could do my sister’s tomorrow!
As you can see there was plenty of music in our house
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