Discussion in 'The Muppet Show' started by GCHQ, Mar 18, 2018.
A version of my favourite Hoagy Carmichael song. Maxine Sullivan 1911 – 1987
I'm going through a collection of vintage recordings by "girl groups" on a USA music board, which I pull up now and again. Here's a "one hit wonder" by two British girls who formed a duo named after a Renault car made in the late fifties and early sixties, or a French plane if you prefer. I'm sure someone will remember them. The Caravelles - You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry
Here's someone "clean cut" from the sixties. Something less saccharine, but I do like both. This one's better known as a backing singer of the era. CLYDIE KING - MISSIN' MY BABY
A Jan Bradley recording, written by Curtis Mayfield* It's considered a bit addictive. *This fella. I've got both in one of my jukeboxes, "but this one you have to play loud." Jan Bradley gave up singing in the seventies and became a social worker, I don't know why I find that amusing.
WELCOME YOU ARE NOW ENTERING BEE'S
And now......it`s time to wake up again
IF YA LURVE MUSIC YA GOTTA LISTEN
@Tetters BEE's Jigging
I'm quite partial to a bit of jazz funk/fusion. This is Jeff Lorber, piano/ organ. It's from a CD tribute to Steely Dan I have, another old pop group I like. So many instruments can mimic the old Fender Rhodes sound.
LOVE THIS BAND .......Jiggy music
I love this. I've the original by James and Bobby Purify in one of my jukebox. But I like this version by the composers. How can you not like a good looking singer who can play jazz on "any saxophone you like?" More Rhodes piano. Same tune with an alto solo from the top of a building in Barcelona from where she comes, with a view of Gaudí's Sagrada Família behind.
Well thank goodness you`re not a Robert. Roberts can be extremely complicated and difficult to understand - I know - I gave birth to one!
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