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SONG REVIEW: COLLIDE (2004) BY HOWIE DAY

SONG REVIEW: COLLIDE (2004) BY HOWIE DAY

SONG REVIEW: COLLIDE (2004) Written by Howie Day and Kevin Griffin Performed by: Howie Day and taken from the album “Stop All The World” (2003) One mid afternoon, my colleague, Ces Magoncia, and I came from a client call in BGC. We were so hungry so we...
SONG REVIEW: NOT TODAY (2016) BY IMAGINE DRAGONS

SONG REVIEW: NOT TODAY (2016) BY IMAGINE DRAGONS

SONG REVIEW: NOT TODAY (2016)                                                                                                                                  Written by:  Mike Daly, Wayne Sermon, Daniel Reynolds, Daniel Platzman, Benjamin McKee and Imagine Dragons. ...
SONG REVIEW: THE GHOST IN YOU (1984) BY THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS

SONG REVIEW: THE GHOST IN YOU (1984) BY THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS

SONG REVIEW: THE GHOST IN YOU (1984)                                                                                                                      Written by: Richard Butler and Tim Butler  Performed by: The Psychedelic Furs from the album “Mirror Moves” (1984)...
CARPENTERS: THE VINYL COLLECTION

CARPENTERS: THE VINYL COLLECTION

CARPENTERS: THE VINYL COLLECTION A childhood favorite of mine and even until now is CARPENTERS composed of the brother-and-sister team of Richard and Karen Carpenter. My earliest memory hearing a Carpenters song was when I heard their 2 earliest hits, “Close To...
THE BEATLES STEREO VINYL SET

THE BEATLES STEREO VINYL SET

THE BEATLES STEREO VINYL SET I grew up in a household filled with music and this happy environment instilled in me my love and appreciation for music. At least twice a year, on their respective birthdays, my grandparents would host memorable birthday parties at home...
SONG REVIEW: AFRICA (1982) BY TOTO

SONG REVIEW: AFRICA (1982) BY TOTO

SONG REVIEW: AFRICA (1982) Written by: David Paich and Jeff Porcaro Performed by: Toto from the album “Toto IV” (Grammy Album of the Year-1982)  “Africa” by Toto is one of my all-time favorite songs. I first heard this song on Casey Kasem’s American Top 40 when it was...

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