Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Down it goes....

Still have a real lack of energy today. Of all the music today, I'm going to play probably more of a eclectic mix than usual, with the Irish Tenor's singing Irish, Scottish and American Civil war songs.In addition you'll hear Paul Robeson sing his infamous Ol' Man River and the American Civil War classic "Shenandoah" I'll finish up my musical choices today with a single by the Human League, to remind you that yes, you really are on the right blog.

One of the most beautiful things about living in American is the melting pot in their culture. Whether in their literature or their music, everywhere you go there is wonderful native music.

The Irish Tenors-"Spanish Lady"

Jane is back at work today. It concerns me when she takes sick days when I'm not feeling well. Those are for when she is not feeling well. I feel better when she is back at work for another reason as well, I know she thinks I'm feeling well enough to be home alone. 

Paul Robeson's Double Feature

Paul Robeson-"Shenandoah"

Paul Robeson-"Ol' Man River"

Its almost time for her to come home. I'm looking forward to seeing her smiling face. Okay,  I'm still at the "heart goes fonder" stage of her being away from home. I really did need my time away from home, and it will probably last about six seconds at which point I'm going to be so very glad to see her home where I can curl up and feel safe again.

John McDermott- "The Band Played Waltzing Matilda"

This song is influenced by The Waltzing Matilda, the unofficial Australian national anthem. 

John McDermott-"Battle Hymn of the Republic"

Its never an official blog of mine without at least one Synth Pop song so here is

The Human League-"Keep Feeling Fascination"

Sorry this blog is so late. My mood went straight down to one of the worst depressions I can ever remember. That happens when you battle a fever for too long.

Thank goodness it was time for Jane to come home when it hit. What really sucks is that I was finally starting to feel a bit better. I just need to remember to take it one minute at a time and more important take it easy!

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1 comment:

  1. One minute at a time is the only way. My best to you and yours.