Good Morning Everyone!
"Another beautiful weekend floats by as summer passes in a silent whisper."
What? did I just write that? Hey! Wake up! Summer is passing quickly and not waiting for us to jump in. Time to get your fishing poles, inner tubes, sunglasses, sunblock and get out there! . . . Tell me . . . was that urgent enough? OK! OK! I promise to stop telling everyone to "summarize" themselves. (assuming, of course, that there is an "everyone" out there)
Summer school should be close to an end. Am I right Westy? Haven't heard much from your side of the country lately. Ginny . . . how is that rehab coming? Here's hoping you're continuing to make great progress!
OK! down to business - Harv
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"Breathless" is a song composed by Otis Blackwell and third record by Jerry Lee Lewis, whose version was released in February 1958 (see 1958 in music) on Sun Records and spent 15 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at #7 in April 1958. The song also reached #4 on the country chart, #3 on the R&B chart, and #8 in the UK.
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Ronnie Lee Milsap (born January 16, 1943) is an American country music singer and pianist. He was one of country music's most popular and influential performers of the 1970s and 1980s. He is credited with six Grammy Awards and forty No. 1 country hits, third to George Strait and Conway Twitty. He was selected for induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2014.
"Sea Cruise" is a song written and sung by Huey "Piano" Smith and His Clowns. The song was initially covered by Frankie Ford in 1959, with a top-20 hit, using Smith's original backing track. Released on Ace Records, it sold over one million copies, gaining gold disc status. The single included ship's bell and horn sound-effects, as well as boogie piano, a driving horn section and a beat that anticipated ska music.
The Kingston Trio is an American folk and pop music group that helped launch the folk revival of the late 1950s to late 1960s. The group started as a San Francisco Bay Area nightclub act with an original lineup of Dave Guard, Bob Shane, and Nick Reynolds. It rose to international popularity, fueled by unprecedented sales of 33⅓ rpm long-playing record albums (LPs), and helped to alter the direction of popular music in the U.S.
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