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Your Cheatin' Heart

Your Cheatin' Heart

“Your Cheatin’ Heart” , written in 1952 by the one and only Hank Williams can easily be added to your older adult playlist as it is considered to be a well known popular standard in the country music genre. Apparently, Hank Williams wrote this classic about…

Just In Time

This week’s choice is a song performed by the one and only Mr. Tony Bennett. “Just in Time”, a hit for Bennett in 1960 was written by Jule Styne (music) with Betty Comden and Adolph Green (lyrics.) It was originally performed by Judy Holliday and Sydney Chaplin in the stage musical Bells are Ringing and then featured in the movie of the same name in 1960 when it was sung by Judy Holliday this time with Dean Martin. Among other versions, there is a great one out there of Dean Martin singing it solo as well; think I just heard it recently on a television ad.

Like many artists/performers of the day, Tony Bennett, who was born Anthony Dominick Benedetto in Astoria, Queens, New York changed and simplified his name as many of the day often did. If what I’ve read is true.....

Here Comes The Sun

It's been a rather dreary week weather wise so I've chosen a famous Beatle tune that celebrates the end of a long winter and the onset of spring. As the story goes, George Harrison wrote the song which first appeared on The Beatles 1969 Abbey Road album while he was at his friend Eric Clapton's country house. There was a lot going for the four lads at that time so it has been said that the meaning behind the words reflected.......