All work and no “play” is no fun. I mean, we should have some “fun,” don’t you think? Life should be enjoyed. Why should we should loosen up. We don’t have to take things seriously all of the time. There should be some downtime. Right? Hmmm. What shall we do to have some fun.
Don’t know but I hope everyone enjoy today and the days after. We should smile and laugh and a little skipping won’t hurt. Let the festivities begin. It’s close to the holidays and we should have some “cheer.” Hooray! All of that good stuff. How about some old school music? Where are all the old school entertainers? “Rise & Shine.”
Lets take it back a bit. Lets see what the “originators” have up their sleeves. Don’t pretend as if you guys are unaware of the liveliness “Old School Music” generates. Hold on. That music will never die. “Who can dig it?” Are you ready? We’re going to have a good time.
We need to have some enjoyment. There’s the ups and downs in our lives and a little music will make things better. Oh yeah! Come on guys. Listen to a few old school jams. I know you miss some of that music. We’re take it back right now. We’ll get to the new school after awhile. Hang on.
Listen to the “Playlist” and see if it takes you back. I must say, “Old School Music, “Made Things Happen.” I remember those 80’s and 90’s. How many of you still listen to this music? It makes me smile today. There’s something special about music you can “connect” with. Here we go. Lets get it going. We’re about to do something “epic.” Yep!
When there’s something going on. Music seems to get my mind off of it. I’m a fan of music with meaning. Understandable lyrics mean a lot. Good song writing is a gem. There a lot of talented artists out there and they deserve recognition. They work, everyone one may not see it that way, but they do.
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The 90’s was an era of the “New Jack Swing.” Who can deny that music was on point back then? Anyone? Who can forget artist like Christopher Williams, Al. B. Sure, and El Debarge? They all have very unique sounds. Talented artist then and now. The music business can be very unpredictable. There will be the ups and the downs. Some artist went through whirlwinds and they’re “back on the block.” How many of you remember the sounds of Christopher Williams? Lets here something from him. How about “I’m Dreamin?”
Al. B. Sure was big in the latter part of the 80’s and 90’s. His last album dropped in 2009 titled “Honey I’m Home.” He currently has a radio talk show on Power 88. Al. B. Sure played football in college but decided to pursue a career in music. Bot a bad choice and he produced very successful records like, “Nite and Day,” “If I’m not Your lover,” and “Misunderstanding.” His popularity was through the roof. As time goes on, some artist are forgotten, until they make that come back. It’s important to transition with the times. Al. B. is “Making Things Happen.” Lets listen to one of Al. B. Sure’s hits.
If that wasn’t enough, who doesn’t remember the falsetto voice belonging to El. DeBarge, don’t you remember? El. DeBarge is the 6th oldest of ten children. He looked up to his older brother Bobby DeBarge who also had that falsetto range. El DeBarge is a talented song writer and singer. He can set the mood. He also produced big 90’s hits. He had numerous setbacks throughout his career but it seems to be on track now. His latest album was released in 2010 titled “Second Chance. El. was very proud of this project because he had a new beginning. The talent went all through “Second Chance.” El. DeBarge is continuing to tour and make special engagements. Lets listen to a song from the 90’s and “Second Chance.” Lets not forget that El. DeBarge is also a talented piano player. “Heaven Sent.”
Here’s a Post About Some Old School Music. “Music is Very Rewarding.” by: Tanikka Paulk