- A Hard Day's Night
- I Should Have Known Better
- If I Fell
- I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
- And I Love Her
- Tell Me Why
- Can't Buy Me Love
- Any Time At All
- I'll Cry Instead
- Things She Said Today
- When I Get Home
- You Can't Do That
- I'll be Back
This blog is dedicated to my late husband, Jim Fisher, who knew and loved music as much as I DID NOT. Left with over 400 of his music CDs, I am going to listen and review each before I move them along. It is my opportunity to remember the music. And who knows, I might learn something.
Valentines Day 2021 is fast approaching. So I decided to share a piece my forever Valentine, Jim Fisher, wrote a few years back for his Wazopia Blog. The pictures for the 2003 and 2004 posts have been eaten by the Internet. However the text is still good.
It brings back memories of a very special day. I'll even throw in a link to Rock Lobster at the end. (Or down, down...)
Rockin' at Vandy by James D. Fisher, May 2004
"My son graduated last week from Vanderbilt University. Mary and I went to the ceremony. It was very hot as you would expect from middle Tennessee in May.
"Vandy gives the parents a Big Party the night before commencement. It's held on the lawn at Peabody College. The featured band was the B-52's, which, amazingly, was one of our favorite bands when Mary and I graduated from Kent State in 1980.The B-52's played a two-hour set with all our favorite songs,-- Love Shack, Deadbeat Club, Topaz, and Roam. Their finale was Rock Lobster. At Kent, we would always slink down as low as we could get when lead singer Fred Schneider commanded, 'Down! Down! Down!'.
"It was great. The best part was seeing this new generation singing and screaming to the greatest of all party bands from this past generation. Afterwards, I met up with Fred and thanked him for the show."
There were pictures taken by Jim. But as I said earlier, the Internet ate them. Instead, please enjoy the Youtube link to Rock Lobster.
Smooth. Very smooth.
I remember listening to this as we drove along. I definitely remember the music. But once it is played, the tunes leave me. 'Kinda like the perfect background music. A piece of piano lines or guitar strands may jump into thought at times. It's nice to have bits and pieces drop in as I go about my day.
First Impressions by Eric Essix was recorded in 1989 on the Nova Records label, on both album and CD formats. The contemporary jazz playlist includes: