Love Her Madly” is a song by The Doors that was released in March 1971. Composed by guitarist Robby Krieger, it served as the lead single from… Read more ““The Doors – Love Her Madly””
A variety of new coffee styles and flavors are continuously arriving on the world’s market front. And what does this mean for the world of coffee drinkers? Instant gratification!
Today’s united resources of technologies and manpower, produce and distribute a more refined variety of coffee and coffee goods than any other times in commercial history.
- Almond-Coconut Frappé
- Italian Cream Iced Coffee
- Chilled Amaretto Coffee Affogato
- Cinnamon Spiced Cafe Latte
- Homemade Mocha Coconut Iced Coffee
Easy Homemade Cold Brewed Iced Coffee
- Caramel Mocha Iced Coffee Concentrate
- Iced Caramel Macchiato
- Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee
The Evolution of the Term “Specialty Coffee”
Andrea Motis is a Catalan jazz singer and trumpeter who also sings in Portuguese. — Biography — From the age of seven, Motis developed musically at the… Read more ““Crazy”! Andrea Motis and the Joan Chamorro Quartet”
In April 2015, Hadwin auditioned for her first singing competition at TeenStar in Newcastle, England, with her version of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love”, and… Read more “Shy, Timid Little Courtney Hadwin Rocked the Stage Soulfully and scored the Golden Buzzard”
“Ribbon in the Sky” is a song by American singer Stevie Wonder. The ballad was first featured on the 1982 greatest hits album, Stevie Wonder’s Original Musiquarium… Read more “Stevie Wonder “Ribbon In The Sky””
“Silly”is a song written by Fritz Baskett, Clarence McDonald and Deniece Williams and performed by Williams. The soulful ballad was released off Williams’ My Melody album in 1981 and became the most successful track off the album reaching as high as number fifty-three on the Billboard Hot 100 becoming an even bigger success on the R&B chart where it peaked at number eleven.
It has since gone on to become one of Williams’ most requested songs over a career that has spanned over thirty years. The song featured production by Williams and respected Philly soul producer Thom Bell. The song was recorded at Philadelphia’s acclaimed Sigma Sound Studios. The song would be later covered by singer Taral Hicks nearly two decades later in 1997 and was released as the second single off Hicks’ debut album becoming a hit on the R&B chart.
“The Look of Love” is a popular song composed by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and sung by English pop singer Dusty Springfield. The song is notable for it’s sensuality and its relaxed bossa nova rhythm.
The song was featured in the 1967 spoof James Bond film Casino Royale. In 2008, the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. It also received a Best Song nomination in the 1968 Academy Awards.