Posts Tagged ‘Peggy Lee’

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk Annie Lennox approached by talent scout – THE AUSTRALIAN The above shows the huge generation gap in the music industry- some young promotion girl thinking that the great Annie Lennox is an undiscovered talent who might have the potential to be more than she is. Dear gawd, who hires these gremlins [...]

By Hans Ebert Sinatra sang about how, through it all, he took the blows and did it his way. Before our marriage collapsed under the strain of monotony and reaching that point of no return, my saint of an ex wife would hum that key line from the wistful Peggy Lee song: Is that all [...]

(Source: Tumblr) I was speaking with a friend the other day about musical appreciation- not in any academic way, but in ways in which many of us first heard a piece of music and for whatever inexplicable reason, it struck a chord with you. (Source: Wattpad) That’s the glory of, that’s the beauty of music. [...]