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"September in the Rain" - by Harry Warren and Al Dubin

Well, it’s September and it’s raining, so I’ve had this song running through my head all week, which actually hasn’t been annoying because I really do love songs about rain.  491 more words

Great American Songbook

Spotlight: Most Guys Today That Women Prize Today Are Just Silly Gigolos

In four days, a very important musical collaboration is going to hit the store shelves. After working together on a cover of “The Lady is a Tramp,” Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga are teaming up again for a full album of Great American Songbook hits, … 257 more words

Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell Dancing to "Begin the Beguine"

Broadway Melody of 1940 was the third Broadway Melody movie made at MGM, all three starring Eleanor Powell The first was Broadway Melody of 1936… 361 more words

Movie Musicals

Head start into a marriage weekend

Thousands of swooning fans (mostly of the female variety, although some have dragged their husbands with them) scream their lungs out as crooner Michael Bublé puts his microphone back in the stand, pauses for air, and then sings the next line of… 210 more words

A Song For You

Seven things learned from seven years of marriage

A week ago I celebrated my seventh anniversary of life as a married man.  Truthfully, if you’d approached me around the time George W. Bush was accepting his re-nomination for a second term and said that ten years hence I’d be happily settled with a wife and a teenage son, I’d have inquired, pointedly, as to the quality of the copious reams of narcotics you were obviously inhaling.   1,858 more words

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