Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Thsi FUCKING KICKS ASS
FUCK YOU KANYE
You Could Never In a Million Years
Ever even DREAM of Making Music like this.
JUST KEEP DREAMING and DELUDING Yourself KANYE
You DUMB ASS DEVOID of TATSE FANS will Keep Buying Your SHITTY CRAP
They Call Music "NOT" !!!
Monday, June 4, 2018
Written by STEVVIE NICKS
Performed by STEVIE NICKS
and FLEETWOOD MAC
About The SONG
On March 31, 2009, Nicks gave an interview to Entertainment Weekly discussing the inspiration for the song:
"Oh boy, I've never really spoken about this, so I get verklempt, and then I've got the story and I start to screw it up. Okay: In the old days, before Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey [Buckingham] and I had no money, so we had a king-size mattress, but we just had it on the floor. I had old vintage coverlets on it, and even though we had no money it was still really pretty... Just that and a lamp on the floor, and that was it—there was a certain calmness about it. To this day, when I'm feeling cluttered, I will take my mattress off of my beautiful bed, wherever that may be, and put it outside my bedroom, with a table and a little lamp."On March 25, 2009 during a show in Montreal on Fleetwood Mac's Unleashed Tour, Stevie Nicks gave a short history of the inspiration behind Gypsy. She explained it was written sometime in 1978-79, when the band had become "very famous, very fast," and it was a song that brought her back to an earlier time, to an apartment in San Francisco where she had taken the mattress off her bed and put it on the floor. To contextualize, she voiced the lyrics: "So I'm back, to the velvet underground. Back to the floor, that I love. To a room with some lace and paper flowers. Back to the gypsy that I was." Those are the words: 'So I'm back to the velvet underground'—which is a clothing store in downtown San Francisco, where Janis Joplin got her clothes, and Grace Slick from Jefferson Airplane. It was this little hole in the wall, amazing, beautiful stuff—'back to the floor that I love, to a room with some lace and paper flowers, back to the gypsy that I was.'" The second subject of this song is the message as a tribute to someone's passing. On October 5, 1982, Robin Snyder Anderson, Stevie's best friend, died of leukemia.
Lyrics by STEVIE NICKS
My FAVOriTE SINATRA Album of ALL
SINATRA LIVE at The SANDS
with The COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA
Conducted byQuincy Jones
I'VE GOT a CRUSH on YOU
This rendition is awesome, as FRANK starts FLIRTING
with a Woman in the audience. It's Incrediable. Listen !
I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN
LOVE IT !!!
One of My Favorite Sinatra's Songs of ALL
ONE For MY BABY
Watch this great Music Video of the Great Frank Sinatra, singing one of his classics. ONE FOR MY BABY, written by the great Johnny Mercer. It's what Frank called a Drunk Song. I saw Frank perform 7 times, and when he did this, he said,"now I'm gonna a do a Drunk Song," as the character in the song (Frank) is in a bar, which some have said was PJ CLARKE'S on 3rd Avenue in New York. PJ Clarke's was long a favorite of Sinatra, he drank there many times over the years, and ate a Burger or Steak.
Anyway watch the video.
"One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" is a hit song written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer for the movie musical The Sky's the Limit (1943) and first performed in the film by Fred Astaire. It was popularized by Frank SINATRA .
Harold Arlen described the song as "another typical Arlen tapeworm" – a "tapeworm" being the trade slang for any song which went over the conventional 32 bar length. He called it "a wandering song. [Lyricist] Johnny [Mercer] took it and wrote it exactly the way it fell. Not only is it long – forty-eight bars – but it also changes key. Johnny made it work." In the opinion of Arlen's biographer, Edward Jablonski, the song is "musically inevitable, rhythmically insistent, and in that mood of 'metropolitan melancholic beauty' that writer John O'Hara finds in all of Arlen's music."
Sinatra recorded the song several times during his career: In 1947 with Columbia Records, in 1954 for the film soundtrack album Young at Heart, in 1958 for Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely, in 1962 for Sinatra & Sextet: Live in Paris, in 1966 for Sinatra at the Sandsand finally, in 1993, for his Duets album.
by DANIEL BELLINO "Z"
LEARN HOW to MAKE SUNDAY SAUCE
Posted by xpicassox at 9:28 AM
Labels: COLE PORTER, FRANK SINATRA LIVE at THE SANDS COME FLY WITH ME IVE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU, ONE FOR MY BABY Johnny Mercer