It’s been several months since our last Fantastic Foursome, so I’ll remind everyone that it’s the Special Feature that presents a classic song in its definitive version and then gives you four different variations. You can listen to them and – if you’d like – vote for your favorite. We seem to be featuring music … More Fantastic Foursome – Revisiting A Familiar Time And Place
It’s about time we had another edition of our oldest Special Feature, Anatomy of a Song, so here we go. Today’s choice was popular with fans in two different eras although it had a contrasting style in each. It began life in the mid-1940s as a movie love song that was perfect for crooners, but … More Anatomy Of A Song – Differing Styles But Same Song
Isham Jones kept pretty busy in the 1920s and 1930s as the leader of a popular orchestra, but years later his legacy is more about his songwriting ability. He was the composer of a number of familiar songs, among them “I’ll See You In My Dreams,” “There Is No Greater Love,” and our Anatomy of … More Anatomy Of A Song – It Had To Be ME?
Something a little different on today’s Fantastic Foursome. I’m still giving you four different versions of a song and asking for you to vote for your favorite, but I’ll tell you right up front that I’ll be voting for Nat King Cole. His rendition of “The Very Thought Of You” is one of my all … More A ‘Thoughtful’ Fantastic Foursome
In our area of the Midwest, daytime temperatures have been rising into the 60s. That’s pretty amazing for mid-February, and even though I know there’s bound to be lot of bad weather still to come, I can’t help but wonder if Spring is at least not TOO far away. That being the case, I thought … More It Might As Well Be Spring