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When in Rome, or Saudi Arabia?

Put it this way, there are some places in the world that I’m unlikely to visit. For example, 3 places I’d love to visit, but would be hell for me to get to, as I’m not a fan of really long flights, are New Zealand, Japan, and Alaska. 425 more words

80's Pop

Oasis 

On the other side of the desert, behind the third dune on the left, lies a patch of emerald

Lushness surrounding a small, irregularly shaped pond of surprisingly bright turquoise… 133 more words

Poetry

Uncle Bardie's Weekly Music Pick: I am a Woman

Three things for all my readers out there. I live in Central Florida. Florida is getting hit by one of the biggest hurricanes ever, Matthew. We’re as prepared as we can be but you can never be totally prepared for something like this. 141 more words

Weekly Music Pick

Travelin´ Shoes

“Travelin’ Shoes,” from African American religious tradition, recorded by Maria Muldaur in 1974. There is a 1939 recording of the song by the Selah Jubilee Singers, and many Gospel groups including the… 69 more words

Music

MARIA MULDAUR-SWEET HARMONY, SOUTHERN WINDS AND OPEN YOUR EYES.

MARIA MULDAUR-SWEET HARMONY, SOUTHERN WINDS AND OPEN YOUR EYES.

Although some artists record twenty or thirty albums, they’re often remembered for just one song. Usually, that song is the biggest hit of their career. 4,159 more words

Rock

"Maria Muldaur - Midnight At The Oasis" on YouTube

Maria Muldaur (born September 12, 1943) is an American folk-blues singer who was part of the American folk music revival in the early 1960s. She recorded the 1974 hit song “Midnight at the Oasis”, and continues to record albums in the folk… 207 more words

Entertainment

57 Reasons to Celebrate Stony Plain's 40 Years

When Canada’s Stony Plain label turned 10 years old, it celebrated with a compilation album of new and old material from its vaults. The record apparently met with some success, because the company has reprised the concept… 322 more words

Album Review