Five From My Playlist - 04/17/2006

Here's five more...

1) "Just a Little Talk With Jesus" - J.D. Sumner. J.D. had the world's record for the lowest voice. Listen, and be impressed.

2) "Let Us Break Bread Together" - The Stamps Quartet. This is J.D.'s quartet. Their blend is an example of harmonic perfection.  Pay close attention to the bass on this one too.

3) "Someone to Watch Over Me" - Ella Fitzgerald. A classic from the jazz great.

4) "Like a Rolling Stone" - Bob Dylan. Rolling Stone magazine called this the best song of the century. That may be a bit of an overstatement, but it is a great song.

5) "Over My Head (Cable Car)" - The Fray. I'm just in love with this song. It describes betrayal, and that feeling you get when things are not in your control.


Annie's Song

One of the most beautiful love songs ever written, by John Denver.


Five From My Playlist - 04/08/2006

These five are all from the remarkable Michael Bublé...

1) "Fever" - This track perfectly displays Michael's unique style.

2) "Sway" - This will make you want to grab a partner and dance the night away.

3) "Can't Buy Me Love" - Michael has a fabulously jazzy spin on this Beatles classic.

4) "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" - A fun version of this great Queen song.

5) "I've Got a Crush On You" - Hallmark released a phenomenal Valentine's CD


Five From My Playlist - 04/06/2006

I'm now a big fan of The Ten Tenors. Here's five of my favorites of theirs...

1) "Stonde" - Wow. This song is just beautiful. Truly beautiful.

2) "Destiny Lies" - This song shows the Tenors amazing harmonic range.

3) "Bohemian Rhapsody" - I love the spin on this Queen classic.

4) "Funiculi, Funicula" - The Tenors add a lot in their shows. At their Raleigh appearance, they had a great comedic routine with this song. (It may be one of those you just have to see...)

5) "Opera Without the Boring Bits" - The Tenors promise to show you the fun side of opera. This is probably another song that's best to see in person!