Why is The MUSIC of The 21st CENTURY So HORRIBLE ? It's Sad! THANK GOD We Have MUSIC From The 50s 60s & 70s and Don't Have to Listen to KANYE or CRAP RAP or Any Other GARBAGE Made These Days. There's GREAT MUSIC Right Here!
And The Main Song of the Theme of my Mixed Tape to EDIE
A GIRL I ONCE Desired and she Desired me, BUT?
We Worked Together, and I NEVER Go Out with People I Work With
NOT ROMANTICALY Anyway
Amd That's What I Wanted with EDIE
CLOSE THE DOOR
TURN OFF THE LIGHTS
"Let's take a Shower, Shower Together"
"Girl I Want to Give You a Special Treat. You're So SWEET" !!!
On The Soundtrack of CARLITO'S WAY
Starring AL PACINO
Pillow Talk was another of the SEXIEST Tapes Ever Made and was on My SEXY MIXED TAPE to EDIE designed to let EDIE See What a SEXY PASSIOANTE AMAN and LOVER That I was Back then. And Beleive me, I Was. I'm older now and my PASSION has faded over time, but bakc the, "FORGET ABOUT IT"
Besides Being on My SEXY MIXED TAPE FOR EDIE , before this time, back in the days when I worked at PARK BISTRO, I'd put this on the Stereo whenever there was a HOT SUPER SEXY Looking Girl in the restuarant and I wanted to get her in a mood, I'd play PILLOW TALK, which is about as SEXY and PROVOCATIVE Song you'll ever find. Check it out Folks, especially younger generrations who only Have SHITTY MUSIC of the Present day, Unless you listen to the Music of the 60s 70s and 80s ...
"Take Off Your Brassiere My Dear"
DAM SEXY MOTHER-Fin SONG
CAN'T GET ENOUG of YOUR LOVE
JANE BIRKIN and SERGE GAINSBOURG
Most AMERICANS DON'T KNW THIS SONG
LISTEN to IT !
FUCKING SEXY !!!
YOU AND ME
"WE WANTED IT ALL"
I love this song. To Me it is FRANK SINATRA'S Most Beautiful
Romantic Poingnant Song He Ever Recorded
And this Song is Not Really That Well Known, even among Sinatra Fans
Written by CAROL BAYER
"If EDIE and I Ever Had Our LOVE AFFAIR, Thsi Would Have Been Our Song
The Song GROUPIE written by Leon Russell and Bonnie Bramlett sung by Kren Carpenter and the Carpenters with musical arrangement by Richard Caprpenter, was a hug hit for The Caprenters. The origianl version done by Dleaney and Bonnie featuring Bonnie Bramlett on lead vocals was a sexier rendition of thiis great song. Karen Carpenter Carpenter sings the song with a sadder tone of Lost Love and a Bittersweet Romance. "I Love both versions, as well as a fine version sung by Rita Coolidge.
Missing You by John Waites was a favorite of my ex-girlfriend Isabelle, she really liked this song, and whenever I hear it, I immediately think of her, along with several other top hits of the time that Isabelle and I were going out togeter back in 1983 / 84 when I lived in the jumping East Village of 1980s New York.
Those were some great times. I was in my 20s and I thought I could conquer the World back then, and dating a top High Fashion Model who was with Ford Mosels and was also a House Model for Oscar de la Renta sure didn't hurt none. Yes the East Village abdd downtown New York was jumping then. This was the time of Madonna and the major art scene of Graffitti Artsist like, Keith Haring , Jean Michele Basquiat , Francesco Clemente , and otheer , who were among the hottest and biggest selling artist in the world at the time, including Andy Warhol who was still living and who took the young Basquit under his wings and even collaberated on a couple of projects together.
Yes, bacck then, I really felt as I could conquer the World. I was young and full of piss and vinegar as they say. I felt as though I could walk through brick walls. I woarked two jobs, I worked hard ad Played Hard, going out to the top Night Clubs of the day, like: Area, Danceteria, Carmelitas, Underchine, The Milk Bar, Palladium, all the hot bars, restuarants, and a lot of good private parties, a few of which were up at Isabelle 's apartment on 87th Street, sipping Champagne and eating Caviar which Isabelle could never get enough of, and she'd always bring back tins of the stuff from Petrossian ever time she did runway shows for the Pret di Port in Paris for the likes of designers Yves Saint Laurent , and Oscar de la Renta.
Wow, I started off talking about how this song by John Waite was one of Isabelle's favvorites, and I go off on a tagent on the 1980s, the East Village and the downtown New York art and party scene. Well they all do tie together you see. That's where Maddonna got started with Jellybean Benitez and others, dancing at Dancteria and Lucky Strike, private parties and what-not. She had her first Top 10 Hit with Holiday, although her first two singles Everybody and Burning Up did have pretty good sucess. Yes I was having quite a good time in the 80s, going out with girls, working, and playing with friends like my buddies Raoul, Drew, Jay, and my Buddy Bobby Martinez who was one of Madonna's famous Puerto Rican Boy Toys (I kid you not).
Well, back to some of the other music and Isabelle's favorite songs, like Hold Me Now by The Thompson Twins, TRUE by Spandau Ballet, Missing You and a slew of others. This is when MTV started out and Isabelle just loved that station. I remember spending whole nights with her drinking champagne and watching MTV as isabelle taped the videos on a VHS Recorder to make tapes of MTV Music Videos of Michael Jackson , David Bowie , The Police , and other artist to bring down to her friends and family in Caracas , Venezuela when she went for visits two times a year (her native country).
To be Continued ...
Whenever I see a bottle of PIPER HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, it always makes me think of Isabelle and the time she called me up at 10 in the morning and asked me if I wanted to come over and if I could stop and get a bottle of Champagne along the way. "Ah the Good ol Days. Champagne and Caviar at 11 in The Morning," it's not a bad way to start the day.