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Baby You Know Me – Wolfsuka

Baby You Know Me came to me as a song recommendation on you tube. I wish I had an enlightening backstory to tell you, but I haven’t. However Baby You Know Me does headline all the songs starting with ‘B’

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The ABC with Elmo and India Arie (Special Edition)

Today we commemorate with a special edition music post the ending of all songs starting with the letter ‘A’ in the music library project. Below is India Aria singing the ABC with Elmo. This lovely song is good refresher training

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Axur, re d’Ormus (1788) Finale – Antonio Salieri

The very short finale excerpt featured today in the musical library is from Antonio Salieri’s opera Axur, re d’Ormus. I had heard it for years on my Amadeus soundtrack because it featured in the movie. A lot of the music

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Awesome God (2001) – Michael W Smith

This is the second song to feature from American Christian singer Michael W Smith. You can find more information about Michael W Smith at my post about his version of Agnus Dei. This song Awesome God and video below demonstrates

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Ave Maria (1944) – Marian Anderson

Ave Maria is one of the world’s most recognisable songs. It was composed by Franz Schubert in 1825. It was composed as a setting of a song (verse XXIX from Canto Three) from Walter Scott’s popular epic poem The Lady

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Autumn Leaves (2015) – Bob Dylan

According to Bob Dylan, a singer has to have lived a little to get to the song’s meaning. “You sing that and you have to know something about love and loss and feel it just as much,” Dylan told AARP

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Autumn Leaves (1998) – Eva Cassidy

This mournful minor-key melody was written by the French-Hungarian composer Joseph Kosma for the ballet Le Rendez-vous, performed in Paris at the end of the second world war. The song transcends genre and has been covered hundreds of times in

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Aubury (1972) – Bread

Keep the tissue box handy because we are going to visit this soft love ballad hit released by the band Bread on their 1972 album Guitar Man. David Gates wrote and composed the song after watching Breakfast at Tiffany’s which

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Arthur McBride (1992) – Bob Dylan

Oh, me and my cousin, one Arthur McBride As we went a-walkin’ down by the seaside Now mark what followed and what did betide For it bein’ on Christmas mornin’ Now, for recreation, we went on a tramp And we

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22/10 – 28/10 incl. Rick Danko, Freeze, blog-notes and Adam Scott

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Album : Rick Danko – Rick Danko Article by Cincinnati Babyhead: I think you all know that CB is a big fan of The

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