There could be no other song for this day.
This is just too marvelous for words. Two Beatles and a Rolling Stone doing a Beatles classic. Enjoy!
I’ve been listening to and enjoying Sir Paul McCartney’s latest album, Egypt Station, for a while now. This live performance of one of the cuts, “Come On To Me,” which took place at New York’s Grand Central Station last September, is just splendid. Enjoy!
I really struggled with choosing a song with which to send out the old year and welcome the new. In the past, I’ve shared George Harrison’s “Ding Dong Ding Dong” and Hadley Fraser’s “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve.”
This time, it finally occurred to me that I need to share the words of the late John Lennon as a reminder. May we all find our power, in all arenas, in the coming year.
I’m not going to lie; I’ve really struggled with getting into the holiday spirit this year. Turns out, many of my friends are in the same boat. For whatever reason, it’s been a real reach. It’s part of why I didn’t do a full-on Blogmas this year; I just couldn’t get into it.
Then, I went out to brunch with fellow authors Dover Whitecliff and T.E. MacArthur yesterday, and all of the laughter and fun that bubbled over put me right where I needed to be. Suddenly, I felt the holidays in my heart.
I’m off work for 9 more days, and am looking forward to writing, doing some necessary chores, and feeling good again.
Here is this week’s song, “Angels We Have Heard on High,” as performed by the gifted Jonny May. Enjoy!