Sunday Morning Music

rompHi you
and you,
and you,
and especially you !

How’s your pet?
(doggies are preferred,
but pet ducks are ok, too.)

I hope all is well
with you and yours,
and you’re ready fora1
another exciting adventure
of Sunday Morning Music ….

We’ve got a special little
surprise for you, too !


Lani Hall —
That’s When Miracles Occur


Red Hot Chili Peppers —
” Dark Necessities ” 


Adele —
” Someone Like You “


Joe Cocker —
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”stevie


Foo Fighters —
” The Best Of You ” 


” The Jack ” 


ColdPlay —
Fix You


Neil Young —
” Cortez ” 


Tracy Chapman —
” Fast Car ” 


Led Zeppelin —
” Kashmir “


Simon and Garfunkel —
” Faking It ” 


Red Hot Chili Peppers–
” By The Way ” 


Frank Sinatra —
” Watch What Happens ” 


Audioslave —moto
” I Am The Highway ” 


Michael Franks —
Chemistry Of Love


Deep Purple —
Perfect Strangers


Sweet —
Fox On The Run


David Gilmour —
” Where We Start ” 


Humble Pie —robot
Live With Me


John Legend —
” Love Me Now ” 


Otis Redding —
” Cigarettes and Coffee ” 


Jerry Reed —
That Lucky Old Sun


And to wrap up–
here’s a very rare recording –
It was numbered #1 in the Apple archive,
but cut out almost immediately after,
and the masters destroyed.
From 1968- and made by Ole Blue Eyes
in honor of Maureen Starkey’s birthday,
who was Ringo Starr’s first wife…..
Only bad sounding copies still exist,
and this is one.
Oh well.
Cool is still cool.

Frank Sinatra —
“The Lady Is A Tramp /
Maureen Is A Champ ”


!! HOY !!



11 thoughts on “Sunday Morning Music

  1. dievca says:

    Kashmir – inspired, Fox on the Run – hilarious, Red Hot Chili’s – always amazing. 😀

  2. Hi, you!
    Coop is doing well! Thanks for asking!
    You got great taste in music, C!
    So good to hear tune from Michael Franks, Deep Purple, and Mr. Cocker!
    HUGS!!! and Happy Moan-Day!!! 🙂

  3. tidiousted says:

    “Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll: Too Young To Die”

    The old Rocker wore his hair too long,
    wore his trouser cuffs too tight.
    Unfashionable to the end — drank his ale too light.
    Death’s head belt buckle — yesterday’s dreams —
    the transport caf’ prophet of doom.
    Ringing no change in his double-sewn seams
    in his post-war-babe gloom.

    Now he’s too old to Rock’n’Roll but he’s too young to die.

    Jethro Tull

  4. Loved hearing “Fakin’ It” again. The 45 had a play time of 2:74 seconds because songs longer than 3 minutes were never played on the radio. I know it fooled the radio station I listened to. But sometimes the last 14 seconds were cut off. Like a lot of songs were.

  5. “Never underestimate an old man that still listens to Pink Floyd.” or Gilmore or Waters. Thanks for the music!

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