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And this one goes out to Dr. James White who likes Glenn Miller songs. Another reason that I like him.
My youngest daughter ever the helpful child suggested this song and this cover by Brad Paisley is well done.
And just so you know there’s going to be a Frenetic Friday and another announcement so stay tuned.
The late Chris Cornell takes this classic from Michael Jackson strips it down and gives it a very raw visceral sound.
Today’s song comes courtesy of the Voice of Reason Radio podcast. Chris and Rich have a great podcast as they talk about current events and God from a layman’s perspective.
So Chris and Rich thanks for putting this in my head all day long.
I sent the original REM song to the Kindness Ninja(@DonnaGeee) on Twitter a very nice lady who doesn’t know what to make of a particular baptist curmudgeon and as often is the case the song stuck in my head. So here is Sinfonico Honolulu playing Shiny Happy People.
Courtesy of @JoeBancks I was introduced to a new artist try him out and tell me what you think.
So I have spoken about the man who disciple me, he is a dear brother to me. Over the holiday his mother in law a dear godly woman went to be with her Lord and Savior. This song is a favorite of his wife and appropriate for this occasion.
This is dedicated to all my former co-workers and friends at my former place of employment. We had a good run, we made quality products, and we provided great customer support. But in the providence of God that came to an end and something else is planned for us. May we glorify God for that, and not grumble and complain.
So I see this commercial all the time where this family takes a road trip because of the dying request of their grandfather who wanted to see America but time and other things made it impossible. And this is the song playing as this car commercial does its level best to wring all the emotional content it can and maybe bring a tear to your eyes.
So I give you Mike Massé, Sterling Cottam, and Jeff Hall singing America.