Music – Somewhere Only We Know

March 1, 2021: As I read through this today, I got stopped at Jose Feliciano. Of course, I did! His work reminds me of my beautiful dad, whose album I pretty-much confiscated in my teens.

This post is dedicated to the man who has held my heart. This is gonna be a journey, Dad.

The Self-Help Whisperer®

There are no music notes on the staff… yet! It’s up to you! Let your heart go wild with possibilities…

I could make this a scientific (philosophic, emotional or spiritual) dissertation on the benefits of music. But I am not a scientist (philosopher, et. al.). I am simply someone who appreciates all kinds of music. I have (what I believe is) a very eclectic catalogue… and I’m not sure why, exactly. Maybe it’s just the decade I was born into (the late 1950’s) and the fact that “the oldies” are still so popular. *shrug* There I go, over-thinking things.

When I was a little girl, I loved the soundtrack to The Sound of Music and a particular song of Andy Williams: Moon River. As a young teenager, I loved Rod Stewart, Linda Ronstadt , Jim Croce and Bread. The first album I ever owned was The Best…

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