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My music playlist for Mom’s 82nd birthday

I called Mom today and wished her a happy 82nd birthday.  It’s always nice to talk to her, though I wish more than anything I could have been with her in our hometown to wish her a happy birthday in … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (September 13, 2012 edition)

I wrote earlier today about the “Coexist” bumper stickers and the meaning behind them, along with the trouble the world has witnessed the past few days alone with anti-American views coming from some in the Muslim world and the demonization … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (September 12, 2012 edition)

The Moody Blues put out more than one great progressive rock song.  But there’s one song The Moody Blues did that will live on in anyone’s memory if they ever heard it and took the time to appreciate it. That … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (September 7, 2012 edition)

It’s getting very late, and I haven’t posted a single thing for this blog all day long.  I have that goal to post something here every day for a full year to think about, and I’m so close to that … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (August 16, 2012 edition)

I guess you could say I have quite a few “flower children” on my Facebook friends list, and that’s cool.  I find myself on the same wavelength with a large percentage of them. If it weren’t for the fact that … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (August 12, 2012 edition)

Those puffed-out cheeks caught my attention whenever I’d see them on the television as a kid.  So did that bent trumpet that those cheeks would almost seemingly surround.  I used to look at the sight of it and think of … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (July 30, 2012 edition)

Continuing with “Django week,” there was one country music legend who, when asked to name the 10 most influential guitarists of the 20th century, put Django Reinhardt at the top of the list, and he placed himself fifth. That was … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (July 16, 2012 edition)

Hhhhmmmm, can I think up another theme for the playlist this week?  I believe I’ve already started with one, so why not follow through with a “Latino week.” For this week’s country music playlist, I’ll go with two big names … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (July 8, 2012 edition)

It’s been a very busy weekend for us here.  We had a wedding to help with on Saturday, and our minds and bodies are beat. I’m in the mood to listen to some fine jazz singing, simple as that.  Today, … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (July 6, 2012 edition)

We’re getting down to the end of the playlist’s Independence Week celebration, and now that we’re down to the soul/funk/blues category for a Funky Friday, let’s go to Saginaw, Michigan, the birthplace of an American music legend, Stevie Wonder. Born … Continue reading

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