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Lynyrd Skynyd (Freebird) – How Life Once Was!

I think when I saw this video today in my YT feed of Lynyrd Skynyrd performing Freebird I knew I was in trouble nostalgically from the get-go. My understanding is this concert was performed just 40 days or so days

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Buffalo Bill (2000) – Sara Storer

This Australian country song was sent to me by mother many years ago and I took an immediate liking to it. Buffalo Bill is from Sara Storer’s debut studio album called Chasing Buffalo. Storer won the Best New Talent award

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Buckets of Rain (1975) – Bob Dylan

Buckets of Rain comes from one of Dylan’s most critically acclaimed records – 1975’s Blood on the Tracks. It is the last song on the record and is certainly different from all which proceeds it. Dylan often does that on

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5/05 – 11/05/20 incl. False Prophet, Herd Immunity, Trees & the 1619 Project

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. False Prophet – Bob Dylan Song at Bob Dylan: 2 days ago Bob Dylan released his third song False Prophet from his upcoming album

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Bubak And Hungaricus – Anonymous

Bubak And Hungaricus is early 18th Century gypsy music which was arranged by Jaroslav Krček and included on the Amadeus soundtrack.  The composer is unknown, but it’s a fun old Central European folk musical piece which seems to have been

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28/04 – 4/05 incl. Stacey E. Bryan, Defeating Evil & The Bob Dylan Project

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. 8 Questions with blogger/writer Stacey E. Bryan Blog article at Inner Circle: I was tickled pink to wander across this recent interview with my

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ANZAC Day in Australia and memories of my Father.

I just finished watching some commemoration videos live of ANZAC Day in Australia and I’m so thankful my children were able to see some of them too.  My father passed away on this day back in 2003 and I wrote

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Finding a sense of calmness and purposefulness during the Pandemic COVID-19

You may already be bombarded with too much information regarding COVID-19, but I thought I would relay the presentation below from Rebel Wisdom because ironically its focus is to assist us on reflecting just that – too much information and

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Symphony No 101 in D Mayor ‘The Clock’ Andante – Joseph Haydn

This delightful little piece will put a spring in your step, speaking of which I just read that from 27 Abril we will be allowed outdoors to exercise in Bogotá. Symphony No. 101 in D major is the ninth of

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Brothers in Arms (1985) – Dire Straits

Today’s featured song is the title track from Dire Straits 1985 album.  It’s the first song to feature in this music library from Dire Straits and cofounder/lead singer/guitarist Mark Knopfler, although Mark’s musical influence and collaborative efforts with Bob Dylan

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