Another Jimmy Buffett 2020 stay-at-home video memory

| September 14, 2020

In keeping up with archiving the Jimmy Buffett COVID19 “stay-at-home” series of recording during the summer of 2020, here’s another old one … although to me, I remember it like yesterday. “The Wino and I Know“ was the first song on side B of his 1974 Living and Dying in 3/4 Time album.

Music Monday: The Righteous Brothers – One For The Road

| August 17, 2020

This week’s Music Monday was a bit before my listening time, but since my buddy Mark Jones has been hunting down “vinyl” albums from back in the day to play on his new Crosley record player and sent me a couple of his latest finds. The Righteous Brothers were probably listened to more my my […]

Music Monday: Walk With You – Ringo Starr with Paul McCartney (4: John Paul George Ringo)

| August 10, 2020

The song Walk With You is being included today to highlight Ringo Starr, but who can really separate him (or Paul McCartney for that matter) from The Beatles? Walk With You is a collaboration song released as a single from Ringo Starr’s 2010 studio album. According to Songfacts, it was also used as Starr’s entry […]

Music Monday: Mary Chapin Carpenter – Hometown Girl

| July 13, 2020

Last weekend, while on Facebook catching up on family goings-on, Mary Chapin Carpenter had a live chat as quite a few musicians have been doing. The video conversation she had with fans from her front porch reminded me of the 1980s when listening to a bit more Country and Folk music as that genre gained […]

Music Monday: Yet another great Jackson Browne song

| May 18, 2020

If you’ve followed MyDesultoryBlog for any time now, you’ve noticed Music Monday often includes songs from Jackson Browne. If there is one “go-to” Pandora channel I call-up and listen to, it is Jackson Browne Radio. I say “call-up” because even before this “no-touch” Coronavirus time, I’ve been using Alexa to play music. Recently I updated […]

If you enjoy music, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac is a great concert

| November 10, 2018

It has been 41 years since Fleetwood Mac released their ginormous selling album called Rumours which was a must have by college students like me in the late 1970s (45 million copies of Rumours has been sold). Brenda and I attended a Rumours of Fleetwood Mac concert marking the 40 years milestone this past week […]

Music Monday: Falling back on a favorite from Jackson Browne

| September 10, 2018

Once I started listening to music and heard Jackson Browne in the 1970s … I was hooked and have not really stopped enjoying his songs and his long spanning music career. So, after a rainy weekend, here’s a little pick-me-up song for Music Monday from side A (cut 4 ) of Jackson Browne‘s 1972 first […]

Music Monday: “Rumours” was the best album of 1977

| July 9, 2018

It may only be my music taste … or due to heading of to the music listening college days … but the Fleetwood Mac album "Rumours" album was probably the best of 1977 — I still think every cut was excellent. While cooling off in the pool this weekend after outdoor chores (and some sunburn), […]

Music Monday: Top charting single by The Marshall Tucker Band

| April 2, 2018

This Music Monday post has been in the "to be included folder" for a while now. This week since I’ve been pre-occupied with taxes, packing and some organization, I pulled it out to both listen to it again and post. Back when I was in college, my taste in music ranged from what was popular […]

Music Monday: Some history to Jackson Browne’s “Stay”

| December 18, 2017

Now that so many of us listen to music while connected to a smart device or computer, little bits of history can surprise us. Here’s a tidbit from one of my favorite artists that I didn’t know:      On Jackson Browne‘s 1977 tribute to the roadies, his song called "The Load-Out," segued into "Stay" which […]

Music Monday: Sister Golden Hair by the band America

| November 27, 2017

Another group in my reminiscing of 1970s music was the band America. Surprisingly, with such a US oriented name, the trio of Dewey Bunnell, Gerry Beckley and the late Dan Peek started in London, England. They were high school musicians and sons of US Air Force personnel. After graduation the produced an album in 1971 […]

A new OLD Jimmy Buffett album to be out next month

| October 18, 2017

It looks like “old” Jimmy Buffett fans will be treated to some new OLD music on November 17th? A few years ago, when legendary Nashville producer Buzz Cason sold his recording studio, there was some cleaning up to do. That is when Jimmy learned that they had found a sizeable collection of 1⁄4-inch tapes that […]

Music Monday: Shambala, 1 of the top 10 Three Dog Night tunes

| April 10, 2017

While listening to background music this past weekend (working on taxes), it became an easy decision post something on music. Next … decide which group and song to include without repeating something mentioned before on My Desultory Blog? How about Three Dog Night??? The rock band was not necessarily in my record (or cassette tape) […]

A Music Monday Two-fer – but still out of the 1970s

| March 20, 2017

Interesting photo??? Well musicians can have an unusual beginning and career turns. Before a musical career, John Hall (photo right) was an academically gifted 3-time National Science Foundation summer scholar and University of Notre Dame and Loyola College physics student at the age of 16 and after music, he ran for political office and end […]

Music Monday: Escaping from my 1970s rut with Yo La Tengo

| March 6, 2017

It seems like I’ve been stuck listening to music from the 1970s (and 60s) 90% of the time for quite a while. So in an attempt to move forward and out of my comfort zone a bit, here’s a mellow Indie song from the late 1980s — Yo La Tengo‘s New Wave Hot Dogs album […]

The Pretender from 1976 by Jackson Browne never gets old

| August 8, 2016

As has become a habit, I’ll continue to highlight a song or two that appeals to me … this time it is another recording from the 70s: The Pretender the title song from the 1976 album with the same name. Likely it has been heard by all who follow popular music and talented songwriters/performers like […]

New music and events for Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers

| February 18, 2015

I’ve posted, and have been following, Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers for the last couple of years ever since hearing their first Van Session. I’ll keep updating since the new music continues to appeal to me … and might even check with Brenda to see if we should plan a night out on April 29th […]

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