Well, we have made great progress in the last week with Building A House.
Since you build from the bottom up, we are putting the Finishing Touches on the Roof.
And I will be getting serious on you with some of the Song Selections.…
I am attempting to Build A House With Song, and it seems the next logical step would be...well, what is it that Real Estate people say?
Location...Location...Location...it's time for Choosing A Location.
Let's look around- maybe a House In The…
Now THIS is a challenge!
And one I have been thinking about for years.
To try and take Music and use it to Build A House!
While I always knew how I would begin, and a few stops along the way, with this Series I truly do…
I’ll start this Chapter with a Suggested Song.
And even for Rockollections or Sax And The City, there are suggestions, and there are those that carry a certain weight, lol!
Then a trip back in time for some surprises with Sneaky Sax Songs- you may not have paid…
It’s Sax And The City, with Songs that prominently contain or feature Saxophone.
I have spoken before about how I place a great emphasis on Songs that Begin and End Series- it’s a chance to set the mood and/or close by saying something via the Western Union Telegram that is Music.…
In the previous Chapter, I said this is right where I want to be.
It’s a nice diversion as Sax And The City Grooves Into Jazz.
Including my favorite Jazz Song, which 2 years after its release, became the Biggest Selling Jazz Single Ever!…
Sax And The City returns after a week off so I could plead the 4th!
This is trouble- between me thinking of more Sax songs and people making better suggestions than they ever have, this Series may never end, lol!
Hence the sense of Urgency to get…
Once again, my failure to turn the Calendar Page, as is often the case, interrupts the Sax And The City shows.
At the last moment, I discovered we are just days away from the 4th Of July- in other words it's Almost Independence Day!
And I was feeling particularly…
It is America's 242nd Birthday, the day the Declaration Of Independence was approved and ratified, July 4th, 1776.
Older than me, but I'm pretty damned independent too!
The firing of cannons and muskets accompanied the first public readings of the Declaration, so Fireworks have been a part of the 4th since the beginning.