I was listening to some of my older music the other day and it sparked a look at one song that has had a lot of success over time. == Singing in the Rain ===
Which version do you like the best?
The Original With Gene Kelly
The 80’s version by TACO
2009 With Seth MacFarlane
Most recently Robbie Williams
Albums coming out soon!
Dave Jones: The Bell Recordings 1971-72, April 24
The Monkees:The Birds, the Bees and the Monkees, May 1
Glenn Fray: After Hours, May 8
Santana: Shape Shifter, May 15
Earth, Wind & Fire: Now, Then & Forever, May 22
Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Americana, June 5
Joe Walsh: Analog Man, June 5
Paul Simon: Graceland (25th Anniversary Edition), June 5
Rush: Clockwork Angels, June 12
Concerts in the Denver Area
Snow Patrol, Fillmore Auditorium, April 27
Clay Walker, Grizzly Rose, May 11
Rammstein, Denver Coliseum, May 20
Jane’s Addiction, Fillmore Auditorium, May 29
The Guess Who, Hudson Gardens, June 3
Daughtry, Buell Theatre, June 7
Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Barenaked Ladies, Red Rocks Amphitheater, June 9
Three Dog Night, Hudson Gardens, June 10
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Hudson Gardens, June 17
Heart, Hudson Gardens, July 8
Joe Walsh, Hudson Gardens, Aug 19
Albums worth taking a listen too, I was surprised.
If you like old style Big Band toons you might want to take a listen to this wonderful album. I only think about Seth as the man who does Family Guy and those things. He has a wonderful singing voice.
This new album by Lionel Richie has country flare. Each song has a different country artist singing with Lionel. People Like Blake Shelton, Willie Nelson, Jimmy Buffet and others give a new spin to the old tunes.
Recently Davy Jones passed away and I started thinking back on the fun music from the Monkeees. The Deluxe version of this album has features different versions of the songs not previously released and some other surprises. It’s fun to listen to old classics.
The new album from Shinedown is now getting worn out at my place. Hard to stop playing this one over and over, but then again I’ve found that to be the case with most of their music. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should.