Saturday, April 22, 2017

SATURDAY SONGS - THE SOUND OF SILENCE 1966 - SIMON AND GARFUNKEL



From 1966, Simon & Garfunkel's "The Sound of  Silence," found on almost everyone's soundtrack of the 60s.  This song appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for 42 weeks and is regarded as the 18th most performed song of the 20th Century and ranked 157 on Rolling Stone's greatest songs of all time. 

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Saturday, April 8, 2017

SATURDAY SONGS - HARRY NILSSON - WITHOUT YOU 1972

One of the great songs which led to a lifetime of listening to great music

Share your music in a medium where too much bad things are shared. 


Saturday, April 1, 2017

SATURDAY SONGS - MCARTHUR'S PARK


One of the most criticized songs ever. Sung by actor by Richard Harris in 1968, it is one of my all time favorite songs. It was written by Jimmy Webb, who wrote"

01. MacArthur Park – Donna Summer, 1978
02. Wichita Lineman – Glen Campbell, 1969
03. MacArthur Park – Richard Harris, 1968
04. Worst That Could Happen – Brooklyn Bridge, 1969
05. Galveston – Glen Campbell, 1969
06. Up, Up And Away – The Fifth Dimension, 1967
07. All I Know – Art Garfunkel, 1973
08. Honey Come Back – Glen Campbell, 1970
09. By The Time I Get To Phoenix – Glen Campbell, 1967
10. Where's The Playground Susie – Glen Campbell, 1969

Saturday, March 18, 2017

SATURDAY SONGS - GOT MY MIND SET ON YOU


I'VE GOT MY MIND SET ON YOU - GEORGE HARRISON 
This was the last song by a solo Beatle to hit #1 in the US. Harrison was also the first Beatle to hit #1- "My Sweet Lord."

Saturday, March 11, 2017

SATURDAY SONGS - RIDERS ON THE STORM

A great haunting, ominous song from the brilliant, yet troubled,
 mind of Jim Morrison of the Doors. 



Saturday, March 4, 2017

SATURDAY SONGS - HANDLE WITH CARE


HANDLE WITH CARE - THE TRAVELING WILBURYS,
PERHAPS THE GREATEST ROCK BAND EVER - Jeff Lynne, of ELO "Otis or Clayton Wilbury", Tom
Petty "Muddy or Charlie T. Wilbury, Jr."  Bob Dylan "Lucky or Boo Wilbury", Roy Orbison "Lefty Wilbury" and George Harrison "Nelson or Spike Wilbury" from 1988