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Monday Music 6 - 2018

Hi everyone,

This week, I thought I would look back at my childhood and give a couple of examples that I remember from long car journeys growing up.  423 more words

Strings on Sunday

A couple of weeks ago, after a visit to stay with my parents over Christmas, I posted something by The Carter Family, a record from my Dad’s record collection that got a spin when I was there, and which I hadn’t heard for many years. 57 more words

Strings On Sunday

Peter Pączek's "Durham Town"

Playout date: 7 June 2007
Duration: 9:26

We meet Peter Pączek again to tell a little true story about Geordie Etiquette. His Uncle Tommy came back off his oil-rig well clegged into the wrang area of Newcastle, and what happened next needs to be hord to be believed. 161 more words

Me Singing With Introductions

Tidings of Comfort and Joy

I was lacking the Christmas peace I craved. When not even the three tenors helped, I resorted to Roger Whittaker and his Tidings of Comfort and Joy. 176 more words



Elizabethan Serenade by British composer Ronald Binge is a total delight for the ear. The purity and refinement of the music just speaks to my soul. 177 more words