Music isn't it just Wonderful!!
Having now done two music buzzes, I wasn't sure about doing another one even though I seem to have inspired Aaron Skogen to create a Hive dedicated to Acoustic Only songs, and Gert Scholtz seems to be a fan of my and Aarons music buzzes.
Anyway having trawled through the depths of my music library and considering that my first couple of buzzes were about song covers, and then songs we don't hear much of even though we should, I have come up with a wide and varied selection of songs some by well known artists whose songs we do not hear too much of, some by lesser known artists whose songs are pretty good but do not get the recognition, and some acoustic only songs which Aaron hopefully will enjoy.
It seemed the first couple of music buzzes went down ok, well I hope this music buzz surpasses both of those, so without further ado we had better begin because there are a few to get through.....so in no particular order!
Number 1. Is by Van Halen and is from their third studio album "Women and children first" this song is called "Could this be magic"
Number 2. Is a song by Atlas Genius who are an alternative rock band formed in Adelaide South Australia in 2009 the song is called "If so"
Number 3. Is a song performed by the infamous Rolling Stones and is called "Sweet Virginia" it was written by Jagger and Richards and features a saxophone solo by Bobby Keys.
Number 4. This is a song by the American indie rock band The Yeah Yeah Yeah's who were formed in New york in 2000 the song is called "Maps"
Number 5. One from Crosby Stills and Nash whom most of us have heard before, especially when Neil Young joins them this song is called "Teach your children"
Number 6. Well I couldn't resist this little instrumental from Led Zeppelin taken from the album "Physical Graffiti" it's called "Bron Yr Aur"
Number 7. The musical duo of Phantogram up next they were formed in Greenwich New york back in 2007 the song is called "When I'm small"
Number 8. Is a song performed by Florence and the Machine who are an English indie rock band formed in London 2007 the song is performed live at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in 2010 and is called "Cosmic love"
Number 9. For this next song we will stay with another English band whom many have heard but we don't hear the song much, so here are Oasis with the song "Wonderwall"
Number 10. The final track of this musical buzz falls to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and is a lovely song called "Learning to fly" and is a live performance from 2006
Well that brings this wide and varied musical buzz of talent to a close, this has been your resident horticulturist with what I hope has been some enjoyable music tracks, thanks for reading and listening if you wish to make a comment by all means do so!
Andrew Porter (Horticulturist) All Rights Reserved 2016
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