♫ All You Need To Know About “Reach Out I’ll Be There” ♫ — Filosofa’s Word

Interestingly, two people have mentioned this song to me in the last week or so, and as I was working on my Jolly Monday post tonight, I found this one kept running through my head. Now, at the same time, simultaneously, I have Elton’s Tiny Dancer running through my head, melding together with the Motown […]

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♫ All You Need To Know About “I Can’t Help Myself” ♫ — Filosofa’s Word

This song was written by the successful Motown team of Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland and Eddie Holland, who wrote most of The Supremes hits. The melody of this song is very similar to Where Did Our Love Go, which Holland-Dozier-Holland wrote for The Supremes. According to Lamont Dozier, the title came about because he couldn’t […]

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♫ All You Need To Know About “Where Did Our Love Go” ♫ — Filosofa’s Word

Several nights ago I was planning a Supreme’s song, but got side-tracked, and now I cannot remember which one it was that I was planning for that night. So, after a quick overview of some of their best songs, I settled tonight on this one, Where Did Our Love Go. Written and produced by Motown’s […]

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Queen’s Brian May celebrates landmark NASA mission with new song “New Horizons”: Hear it here— Consequence of Sound

Along with dishing out of this world riffs, Queen guitarist Brian May has always had his head stuck in the clouds… literally. His comprehensive studies in space and its celestial bodies eventually earned him a PhD in Astrophysics in 2007. Now, May has combined both of his loves on “New Horizons”, his first solo song in more than…

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My Top Of The Pile Reviews October -December 2018

It has been an amazing fourth quarter for music reviews!

These are my top rated reviews for this peroid, each gained 9/10 and above. Excludes Children’s, Seasonal and Collection releases.

To find out more about an album and see the review, just click on the link below the picture.

 

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All You Need To To Know About “Christmas Wrapping” by The Waitresses (ZE Records 1981) — cracked rear viewer

Tis the season for Christmas music, and today we have New Wave rockers The Waitresses with their peppy little classic “Christmas Wrapping”: The song first appeared on a ZE Records compilation album called “A Christmas Album” featuring artists like Suicide and Was (Not Was). Since it’s release, it’s become a Yuletide standard on Classic Rock […]

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