Our 2nd favourite place for a coffee and a bit of calm and quiet contemplation.
A 2nd follow-up in the Dragon Cafe Musical Sequence to Lu’s song from Delila Black. This is “Our Native Daughters.”
Inspired by the lovely sunny weather and the gradual easing of lockdown, as the next track in the ongoing Dragon Cafe Musical Sequence, Shelley and I thought you might enjoy this little known track by Van Morrison. It’s taken from his 2003 album called “What’s Wrong With This Picture?” There are no real surprises and […]
84-year-old Lee “Scratch” Perry (aka the Upsetter) is a Jamaican record producer and singer noted for his innovative studio techniques and production style. Perry was a pioneer in the 1970s development of dub music with his early adoption of remixing and studio effects to create new instrumental or vocal versions of existing reggae tracks. He […]
First Aid Kit consists of the sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg … a Swedish folk duo from Enskede on the outskirts of Stockholm. They both attended the International English school of Enskede and had mostly American teachers, which probably accounts for their strong American accents. In 2015, they were nominated for a Brit Award as […]
Following on from the Simon & Garfunkel song “Old Friends” that I posted a few days ago, as the next song(s) in the ongoing musical sequence I thought I would add a couple of my favourite S & G covers. Let me know what you make of them … The first is from Pentatonix, an […]
Fantastic effort from Daniel – Well Done! Looking forward to the next one – Nice video too.
I am very pleased to see that people are posting to this Music Sequence, almost on a daily basis. It was a really good idea Gordana – Well Done! If you want to take part, the connection can be as obvious or obscure as you wish … Same general topic, the same year, same style […]