Cinema Paradiso ~ Ennio Morricone
It’s been oh-so quiet today and I finished off the long lazy afternoon watching this one again while snacking on homemade ice cream…..cozy time and love this, if rather sugary, theme song! Just one of the best movies and on my desert isle list too. So it’s Soundtrack Sunday selection from the Flimwell Papers’ Music Corner.
…happy Dad’s Day to you all — my Dad from the year I was born!
Every branch of human knowledge, if traced up to its source and final principles, vanishes into mystery.
~ Arthur Machen
Woman’s Gotta Have It ~ Bobby Womack
I make no excuses nor apologies — I’m just one huge Bobby Womack fan! Our lives mirror oh-so similar roller coaster experiences. And I was there last year at his sold out London concert cheering him on. He’s not just a one trick pony, not just a great soul artist, he’s a fantastic musician and songwriter. So without further blather’n’blag — This tune which sounds so much like a slice of life imparted by the professor himself which makes it today’s Saturday Got Soul selection from the Flimwell Papers
Candy Says ~ The Velvet Underground
I heard this song on weekend and thought of the lyrics — deep stuff they be — then heard of Lou Reed’s liver operation. Wishing through the ether that all has gone well and that all goes well. Such a though provoking tune — if you listen between the lyrics words! The Wild Child is Wednesday selection from the Flimwell Papers’ Music Corner! Peace, good health and love to y’all!
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Place of Origin United States
Maker Dobbs, Fifth Avenue; purchaed and Abraham & Strauss
The Long Island Museum
My Grandad bought a hat here in the 30’s! I still have the hat…..
It When’s Day and its me….GPOYW thing!
Feeling Good ~ Muse
ahhh Messrs. Bricusse & Newley —- some months back before the real world roared at me and sent me reeling like a child’s top, I wanted to do a list of my all time favourite covers…er…renditions of other’s tunes. This one Muse puts their stamp on quite well and it roars where it should with a bit of Brit charm. Oh, I should mention that I saw the original preformed in it’s original setting, a grand Broadway musical staring the co-writer Mr. Anthony Newley! Peace y’all this is the Tuesday Gotcha Covered selection from the Flimwell Papers’ Music Corner.
Original was from The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd and written byAnthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse