Music, Sweet Music, Santana, Hiroshima, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Loggins, Donna Summer, etc.
Tiring of the worries of this world in its sorry state, here are some links to great music on YouTube.
These suggestions are humbly offered for your listening and viewing pleasure. Enjoy. btw, feel free to share these song links with your friends.
This post is dedicated to the late Donna Summer (December, 1948 – May, 2012), and in loving memory of Jenna (January, 1985 – March, 2008).
For Santana’s “The Game of Love” – a great song and nicely done video:
For some of Hiroshima, a great Japanese American group that got its start way back in the mid to late 70s, go here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTgtk65L0z0 (“Ren” with good visual scenery)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxW9AsUKcik&feature=related (“Daydreamer”, very relaxing beautiful instrumental & good scenery)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwnV7N1xs7Y (“Come to Me”, from the album East, released in 1989. My personal favorite.)
For Chaka Kahn, “Through the Fire”, give a listen here:
For Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour” (French for My Sweet Love), click this link:
For Kenny Loggins’ eerily enchanting “Angelique” (stick with it, the video’s images start about 20 seconds into the song) go here:
For Vanessa Williams (one of the most underrated female vocalists, listen and you will hear her great voice) click here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EdmHSTwmWY&feature=related “Save The Best For Last”
For Natalie Cole, “Someone That I Used to Love” (very touching song):
For Deniece Williams, ” Let’s hear it for the boy”, so 80s!, go here:
and with Bobby Caldwell, “Where is the Love?”:
For Blood, Sweat & Tears and their classic “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” :
For Donna Summer, a fun song and fun video (feel free to sing along with it):
A wildcard thrown in for those who have come this far, Colleen Camp:
Is that enough for now? Love and Peace to all!