In the heat of the

In the heat of the night

Instead of showing up to sing in a ballgown, she would appear in a skirt and a jacket that would match the band. But that isnt where it ended. She had her own style, was more rhythmic in her singing, her musicality. That should come as no surprise, as she also played the drums. Here is Anita ODay as she sings My Funny Valentine. It is tough to figure out what to say about the great Gladys Knight that hasnt been said already. She first came to the attention of the public when she won on the great-grandfather of American Idol, Ted Macks Original Amateur Hour television show in 1952, when she was just seven years old. In the 60s, she was signed to Motown Records, and has been a star since, almost 50 years later. Watch the clip as Gladys sings Please Send Me Someone To Love with accompaniment by the amazing and illustrious BB King. Hope you enjoyed the ladies who carry their light with a big torch! Derek Nicoletto is another of my big daddies on this blog. And by that I mean Derek is a father, and will talk about the trials and tribulations of being a dad. Right after his son was born, he wrote a song for him. It was recorded by Telling On Trixie, the band of which he was the lead singer. Here is Late, So Tired. I dont know how Derek does it, as he is a dad, a singer/songwriter, and a fun guy. And hes really hot. How he manages to fit everything in, well, the thought of it just tires me out. And next month, he has his solo debut, Kind Ghosts, hitting the online stores. Ive heard it already, and it kicks some a. For more about Derek, check out his official website here. You can also check out some really nice t-shirts in his store here. As we have kicked off Fathers Day Weekend, I thought it only appropriate that I play a little ditty by the stay-at-home-rockstar-dad, Chad Cavanaugh. He wrote it a couple of years ago when his daughter was still a baby. It is called Im Your Daddy. to make Chads Fathers Day complete, you can pick up one of his albums. There is The Coffeehouse Rebellion, which you can find on iTunes here, and on CD Baby here. There is We Got Love, which you can find on iTunes here, and on CD Baby here. For more in the heat of the night Chad Cavanaugh, check him out on FaceBook here, and on Twitter here. Just a guy listening to music he likes. From music I loved when I was younger, to music and shows I love now, Im just here sharing it. Ships from in the heat of the night sold by. Gift-wrap available. Only 19 left in stock-order soon more on the way. Want it delivered Wednesday, June 22? Audio CD, Soundtrack, 2008 To view this content, download Flash player version 0 or higher Get 1 worth of MP3 downloads from Amazon MP3 after you order your item. Limited to one promotional credit per customer. Heres how restrictions apply Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Original Motion Various Artists 2008 soundtrack album for the movie Nick Norahs Infinite Playlist. 15 tracks of their Infinite Playlist featuring Speed of Sound-Chris Bell, Lover Devendra Banhart, Middle Management Bishop Allen, Ottoman-Vampire Weekend, Riot Radio The Dead 60s, Fever-Takka Takka, Xavia-The Submarines, After Hours We Are Scientists, Our Swords-Band Of Horses, Silvery Sleds-Army Navy, Baby Youre My Light-Richard Hawley, Very Loud Shout Out Louds, How To Say Goodby-Paul Tiernan, Last Words-The Real Tuesday Weld, Nick Norahs Theme-Mark Mothersbaugh. 0 out of 5 stars Incomplete Soundtrack, November 14, 2009 The soundtrack is missing All The Wine by The National. This song starts playing during the scene where Nick tells Norah the unfortunate news that his friends lost Caroline, and they take off in his Yugo to meet at the van. 0 out of 5 stars More infinite playlist, please, November 12, 2008 Great array of material by Indie artists. Nicely balanced, with just the right amount of over in the heat of the night top energy, countered by more acoustic material. Dont be afraid of unfamiliar band names! The music speaks loudly, and softly for itself.

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