I’ve posted her songs before, but I’ve started listening to her songs again thanks to one very special friend of mine and her amazing voice.
I thought today needed some Sinatra, so here’s one of his best. He’s probably one of my favorite musicians of all time.
This song also plays at the end of Space Cowboys (a Clint Eastwood film).
I don’t think I’ve liked a pop song this much in a long time. As soon as my friend showed me this, I was captured by the harmonies in the beginning. It reminded me of Lion King, and apparently quite a lot of other people thought the same thing. How could you not have fun while listening to this song?
What a great man he was; this piece is no doubt my favorite of his. Performed so magnificently by Andre Rieu.
Title says it all.
A friend of mine showed me this a while back, and I rediscovered it just now. Thought I’d share because, to be honest, it would be a crime not to.
Everybody everybody wants to love, everybody everybody wants to be loved.
Lovely harmony. Also contains a canon. I think it’s interesting to apply that terminology to a modern mainstream song.
I had a vocalist friend over for some recording and songwriting, and we both really like this song, so we recorded her singing it. Enjoy!
I recently rediscovered this song learning to play guitar (that’s right, yet another new instrument!) and I just had to share it. It is such a beautiful duet, and very well performed. Many who are familiar with this song have heard the version of John Denver singing it with Placido Domingo, and while that version is also fantastic, I prefer the blend of Lene’s and John’s voices.