Activity from Music Monday (page 9)
Posted by TSG on Mon, May 30th, 2011 at 3:00 pm
Tying a Yellow Ribbon on a tree has long been a way of signifying that a loved one overseas in combat wasn’t far from the heart or the mind.
Back in ’73, this song by Tony Orlando and Dawn was particularly poignant as a reminder that so many of us have loved ones serving in the armed forces to whom we wish a safe and swift return. In light of the fact that Memorial Day is approaching coupled with the fact that so many of our brave troops continue to fight around the world, I thought this would be an appropriate choice for Music Monday:
Posted by TSG on Mon, April 25th, 2011 at 5:00 pmTSG here with a late edition of Music Monday, but one that will no doubt get you movin’! The music industry has seen its share of fleeting acts – bands/artists who have a hit or two and then fade away. In the early 1990s, the hip hop community was overrun with groups who would have ... Read More »
Posted by TSG on Mon, March 28th, 2011 at 1:00 pmFor today’s Music Monday, TSG just searched for “The Greatest Song of All Time”; according to Rolling Stone a few years back, the greatest song of all time is Like A Rolling Stone, one of Bob Dylan’s many masterpieces – widely covered, often imitated but never duplicated. It became the calling card for a youth ... Read More »
Posted by TSG on Mon, March 7th, 2011 at 12:00 pmBack in the early 80s, when MTV was still young, music videos were made as miniature movies – often a video would have a bit of filmed business before and after the song, telling a complete story. Michael Jackson in particular was a leader in the art of music videos; from Thriller to Beat It ... Read More »
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