Who are the Music Moves Me bloggers? They are bloggers who blog about music each Monday and if you have music to share, you are most welcome to join!
This is a music link up. Your 2023 4M party host/hostess are found HERE. Every other week we have a suggested music theme to build your song set around and all participants share YouTube or Vimeo videos for our music enthusiasts. Themes aren’t mandatory to gain access to the dance floor but failure to meet the basic guideline (post must contain music) puts your URL in danger of being labeled – NO MUSIC.
The theme this week is freedom of music choice, no theme week!
Tracks: 1. It happens every spring – Art Lund and the Crew Chiefs 2. Spring in Manhattan – Blossom Dearie 3. It might as well be spring – Sammy Kaye 4. Ridin’ Around in the rain – Frances Hunt 5. Spring Medley – Julie Andrews and Sammy Davis Jr. 6. April in Portugal – Dorthy Collins 7. It looks like rain in Cherry Blossom Lane – Sue Raney 8. March Winds and April Showers – Victor Young 9. Spring Spring Spring – The King Family 10. It Might as well be spring – Shirley Jones
|1. Molly’s Canopy
2. Ramblin’ with AM
3. Comedy Plus
|5. Curious as a Cathy
6. Driller’s Place
8. Songbird’s World
|9. Jingle, Jangle, Jungle
10. Patrick Weseman
12. Xmas Dolly
28 thoughts on “Monday’s Music Moves Me”
They sure don’t write them like that any more.
They sure don’t. These remind me of my childhood and my mom listening to music. 🙂
Mom doesn’t know any of those songs but she says the sounds of the music from that time makes her happy. It reminds her of olden days where life was so simple.
These are some very old tunes. I remember them all. Happy week. 🙂
Beautiful music from yesteryear! I love it. Hugs!
Yes indeed, Eugenia. Happy week. 🙂
I’m listening to your vintage playlist as I type this and will continue after I’m done. I’m glad you decided to join us on the dance floor for whatever music moves you week. I’m not picky even on themed weeks, if folks have music to share then that’s all that matters to me. Thanks for lovely change in music styles this morning, my dear. Have a boogieastic week! 😉
I try to comply with the prompts, but sometimes I don’t quite get it. It’s fun to do whatever. Happy week, Cathy. Hugs. 🙂
I was just listening to 6 “April in Portugal” and in Portugal we have a song from 1939 about the city of Coimbra that has the same melody. I’ve just read that many singers have sung it in other languages, so this one appears to be one of those. So interesting 🙂
How neat is that. Very. It’s a great song in any language. Happy week, Sami. 🙂
That is so very cool. Love it. Thanks for sharing it with us.
You’re most welcome, Patrick. I love lots of the old music. Happy week, my friend. 🙂
Loved listening to some of these great songs from yesteryear. I love that you attached Doris Day at the end with the Oscar Dong, ” April in Paris.”
I love these old tunes. Reminds me of my youth and my mom. 🙂
With the pain I’m feeling today this music actually is quite soothing. Reminds me of my mama! She always played music on her stereo & that my Dad bought her. She hounded him until he finally gave in. hahaha – Thank you for joining us! HUGS
Did you post your post? I’ll go look. Hugs. 🙂
SURE DID! You like?
Vintage songs are a link with the past. Theses people now gone had the same likes as us – and, like us, celebrate spring. And they celebrate it without skimpy costumes or backup dancers waving their rears around. There’s a purity to this music that makes it so attractive. I didn’t know many of these although I did know the Sammy Kaye song. Alana ramblinwitham.
That’s my point. You captured it wonderfully. Happy day and week. 🙂
Well, aren’t you the unique one!!! hehehe That’s why I luvs ya! You’re one of a kind! Luv your taste. Never the same. I likes that in a girl. I haven’t heard these songs in so long & it makes me think of my mama. She loved music so much & boy did she love to dance. Gotta luv mamas!!! Does your mama love music? Probably! With a daughter such as you you probably made her happy all the time!!! Have a great day & thank you for being you! HUGS
I remember my mother playing this kind of music in my youth. Loved it then and love it now. Hugs. 🙂
Wonderful tunes! Thank you.
I love the music of yesteryear. Happy week, my friend. 🙂
What a great playlist! I really enjoy listening to all kinds of music, from all different eras.
Me too. It was a much gentler time. Reminds me of my mother too. 🙂
I can close my eyes and think I’m back in time with that tune. Nice selection.
I love the music of yesteryear. Happy week. 🙂