You just have to love who she is. Valerie June Hockett has become an embodiment of country music with overtones of other mixed music genres that are influential to many diverse age groups and people. Is she breaking the threads of what most people have always known as hillbilly music? Valerie June has a tail-wagging […]Read More Valerie June “Got Soul”
Fleetwood Mac ~ Stevie Nicks GYPSY!! “Gypsy” is a song by the rock group Fleetwood Mac. Stevie Nicks wrote the song originally circa 1979, and the earliest demo recordings were recorded in early 1980 with Tom Moncrieff for possible inclusion on her solo debut Bella Donna. However, when Nicks’ friend Robin Anderson died of leukemia, […]Read More “Fleetwood Mac ~ Stevie Nicks GYPSY!!
Bunyan released her debut album, Just Another Diamond Day, in 1970. The album sold very few copies and Bunyan, discouraged, abandoned her musical career. By 2000, her album had acquired a cult following; it was re-released and Bunyan recorded more songs, initiating the second phase of her musical career after a gap of thirty years. […]Read More The Train Song Vashti Bunyan
“He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” is a popular music ballad written by Bobby Scott and Bob Russell. Originally recorded by Kelly Gordon in 1969, the song became a worldwide hit for The Hollies later that year and again for Neil Diamond in 1970. It has been covered by many artists in subsequent years. The […]Read More “The Hollies – He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother”
“A Samoan wedding song giving tribute to Mom. Originally recorded by Samoan singer: Ta’i Logoipule – Fea ea Oe featuring Tonya Tuigamala “FEA EA OE” Ta’i Logoipule featuring Tonya Tuigamala Album: Eleele ole Saolotoga Chorus rythm: My Eyes Adored You by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons MUSIC FROM DA ROCK Special thanks to Mr. […]Read More Samoan Song title translates: “mama fea ea oe” (clean were/where you), sung by Rosa Pa’ epa’ e