|ANOTHER NICE QUIETLY PEACEFUL SATURDAY MORNING DRIVE IN THE COUNTRY|
|WOW SURE LOOKS LIKE SOMEONE IS GETTING THEIR CHRISTMAS TREE DELIVERED EARLY THIS YEAR|
|HERE'S A NICE FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE AND IT'S ONLY A MILLION DOLLARS TOO|
|I THINK THESE GALS WERE GIVING ME THE 'BUMS RUSH' HERE|
|OH COME ON GIRLS NOW REALLY, IS THAT YOUR BEST SIDE|
|'OH-OH' I SHOULDN'T HAVE SAID THAT....LOOKS LIKE I AM FACING THE 'CHARGE OF THE COW BRIGADE'|
This latest Kindle book I am reading called Anatomy Of A Song has me really hopping back and forth from the book to the computer. As I read the backstory of each song I bring it up on You Tube and listen carefully for the unknown things that went into the making of that particular piece of music. For example on the Young Rascals song 'Groovin' there is a harmonica part. On the day they recorded the song they didn't have a harmonica player but somebody in the studio remembered the maintenance/janitor guy in the building played a harmonica. They rounded him up and that is who played harmonica on the song. The backstory on many of the songs I've read about so far are like that. They have come together sometimes at the last minute by crash, crush, and crumble. A few of the songs I've read about so far are 'Light My Fire' by the Doors, 'White Rabbit' by the Jefferson Airplane, 'You Really Got Me'- the Kinks, You've Lost That Lovin Feeling'- Righteous Brothers, and 'My Girl' by the Temptations. Those are just some of the few. Coming up are songs by Steppenwolf, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Led Zeppelin, Joni Mitchell, Gladys Knight, The Allman Brothers, Tammy Wynette, Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder, Aerosmith, and Merle Haggard, etc, etc, and etc.
|A FEW CATCH-UP PHOTOS FOR G & C WAY OVER THERE ON CANADA'S EAST COAST|