I have this bar in the middle of my typing area here so forgive if any mistakes. I have a musical family history so I always enjoy seeing artists
share their music with small crowds like that. Personable and really into what they're doing. It was a relaxing song. . I'll be sticking around
and maybe something will be posted one day inadvertently.
Many thanks. And yea - sun records was in business a short period of time, (under the management of Sam Phillips I believe), and recorded Elvis
Presley's earliest stuff. He may have also recorded Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison but I'm not sure on that. I'm going to start making a list of all
singers from back in that time period. I'm feeling reenergized.
Holy Buckets! We made it to Monday! I must say, I'm quite impressed...though it's only a few minutes after Sunday, nevertheless we did it. And I was
all sorts of sweetness and light... (We'll see how long that lasts)
No but that's a good song. I don't think it's Marty Robbins (maybe but I can't find it yet, and needed a break from him so am on the hunt elsewhere).
I began looking at albums released between 1955-1965 due to the recording sound that sticks in my mind. The number of artists and albums released
jumps big time about when attention was drawn to Vietnam. I guess everyone wanted to sing all of the sudden.
I decided to pull up a random song from 1962 to correspond to the jump. By coincidence the first comment on it is from a Vietnam vet saying he heard
it over and over in the mess hall. Anyway, it's meant to be goofy and uplifting. My 12-year old instantly thought of the 60's and began dancing with
that arm pumping action they did then. I have no idea where he gets this stuff from.
Hope it embeds. If not I hope the link works. Thanks all.
Didn't work. Maybe due to the ipad thing. Here is the link.
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