We’re still on the India Arie train, last week I put up Can I walk with you which is one of my absolute favourite songs and which I have listened to more than a hundred times this week.
Don Williams songs were part of the soundtrack of my childhood and You’ve got a hold on me was one of my favourites- even when I didn’t know what the lyrics meant. Continue reading →
Aloe Blacc has a way of making songs that vibrate my soul. He’s a phenomenal musician and his songs have a lyrical depth that is rare today. My current ring tone is a snippet of The Man and because i like that song a lot, I’m sharing its lyrics.
Well you can tell everybody
Yeah you can tell everybody
Go ahead and tell everybody
I’m the man, I’m the man, I’m the man
Yes I am, yes I am, yes I am
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I was going to put up another song for modern hymns but while I was writing something else, Greenland came up on my tab (I like to listen to music while I write) and I felt such a lift in my spirit and I knew that it had to be today’s song. Continue reading →
When you hear the term “old school music” what era do you think of? 1950’s? 1980’s? 2000s? Most times the answer is closely linked to your age.
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Dr Panam Percy Paul is not a new name in the gospel music scene in Nigeria and even in the world, he’s very popular even outside gospel circles for the melodious tunes he churned out through the years and for his skills as a musician and bandleader. Continue reading →