Category Archives: music

Bob Dylan- A Perspective

I’m sitting here on the deck in the back yard of my house and considering the career of Bob Dylan. He’s been around for nearly 50 years and last year had a number one album, called Modern Times.  He became the oldest person to have a #1 album, ever. Quite an accomplishment, if you ask […]

Are We With It

Watched a little of the Live Earth Concerts on Saturday and enjoyed a few of the performers. I’m not usually into the newer stuff that passes for popular music these days, but they did have some artists that I could relate to. I thought about this whole global warming thing. I keep going back and […]

It Was 40 Years Ago Today

I was going to write about something else until I heard on the news that it was 40 tears ago, today, that the Beatles released Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band album. I was a musical breakthrough for both the Beatles and for popular music. The recording studio became an art lab and The Beatles […]

Still A Good Thing After All These Years

This past week the Library Of Congress gave out the Gershwin Award for Popular Music to singer/songwriter Paul Simon, best know for his work with the ‘60’s duo Simon and Garfunkel. It is an award that is well deserved. Paul Simon has been around a long time and has never put his roots down in […]

Elevator Music For Baby Boomers

One of the things I do at work is call in to companies and order special beds for patients that need them. I know how important these beds are, I had one when I was in the hospital for a long time and boy was it comfortable. Keeps one from getting bedsores. They must work; […]