Remembrance of music past

July 25th, 2017 by Bob Bly

There’s a weird thing about some songs, I have noticed.

Let me explain….

Like so many people, I love music.

I play 2 ½ instruments: clarinet, sax, a little piano.

And I listen to music CDs a good part of the day while I write.

One thing I have noticed is that there are certain songs you
really like, but sort of forget about for long periods.

The weirdest thing is: You don’t even remember they exist, until
one day, something triggers your memory of them.

When that happens, I immediately go to YouTube, find a clip of
the song, and listen to it — at least half a dozen times — with
great enjoyment.

Here are 10 such songs I YouTubed recently that were dredged up
from the mucks of my dormant memories:

1–“I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles),” The Proclaimers:

2–“Tub Thumping,” Chumba-Wamba:

3–“Runaway,” Dell Shannon:

4–“Turn It On,” Sonny Stitt:

5–“Love Thy Neighbor,” John Coltrane:

6–“McArthur’s Park,” Maynard Ferguson:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HTDU6sCnnY

7–“Third Movement, Symphony No. 3,” Brahms:

8–“I Will Always Love You,” Whitney Houston:

9–“Chatham Boogie-Woogie,” Darren Green:

10–“Imperial Death March,” Richard Cheese version:

Like any of these? What songs NOT on my list do you love but not
listen to often enough?

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