Discussion in 'Music' started by Lucy Hamilton, Feb 1, 2016.
Thought I did copy cat
What are you listening to ?
Yes, but I think this is for The Frog and me
Although anyone can post if they wish.
Give me a drag off that smoke. Lol
The Elgins "Heaven Must Have Sent You", this was released in 1966 in the UK on Tamla Motown, it was also released in 1966 in the US on the VIP label, which was a subsidiary of Motown - as people should know Motown was the record label, Tamla was another Motown subsidiary, in Europa especially they released all Motown records on the Tamla Motown joint label.
Anyhow, The Elgins "Heaven Must Have Sent You" 1966 Tamla Motown....an absolute gem of a record:
This is your personal soundtrack of course
Ottorino Respighi "St. Michael The Archangel" ("San Michele Arcangelo")
This is from Respighi's "Vetrate di Chiesa" written in 1926, it's in Four Movements, three are based on "Tre Preludi Sopra Melodie Gregoriane For Piano" which Respighi wrote in 1919.
Respighi "St. Michael The Archangel" from "Vetrate di Chiesa" (in English "Church Windows") it's STIRRING stuff when it really get's going:
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