Sunday, November 2, 2014

Mondays Music Mpves Me. Music from the 1960]s and 70's.

Some of the best music came from the 1960's and 1970's.

First up is a group that was the United States answer to Pink Floyd, The Alan Parsons' Project with perhaps their best known song, Eye in the Sky.

Next up is one of my favorite Rockers, whom I have been following since I was 17.  This is one of my favorite songs from his album THE STRANGER, the one, the only Barry Mani...Ooops, Billy Joel, when he had hair.  With Scenes from an Italian Restaurant.

Next is a song by another great singer of the seventies.  Barry Manilow with the theme from FOUL PLAY, Read to take a chance again.  A theme that has been significant twice in my life and a fantastic song overall.

This song took on a life of its' own when I moved to Las Vegas in 1986, for half a year this song was an anthem of a little international coffee house and newsstand that does not exist any longer.  That coffeehouse the NEWSROOM was a home away from home,  Here is Don McLean with American Pie.

Last song from the King. What else need be said


  1. Good picks but my fave here has to be Eye In The Sky it's their best track ever :-)

  2. Great picks. Don Mclean is such a classic tune.

  3. Hey Dude: Haven't seen you in a while. Way ta go.. Pink Floyd is the best.. haven't heard this one in a long time I must admit. American Pie & In the Ghetto too I haven't heard them either for a while that's for sure & Billy Joel goes with out mentioning he's King behind his piano. YOU HAVE ROCKED THE HOUSE! Have a great day!

  4. These are all wonderful songs. It's fun to hear what I used to regularly listen to on the radio but hadn't heard in years.

  5. Wonderful songs today. Really enjoyed all your choices thank you for the dance.

  6. Hearing the Alan Parsons Project again was great. It has been a long time since I have heard them.

    I loved all of the choices you picked. Nice to see you back among the fray.

  7. One of the few Elvis songs that I love!
    Rock on girl!