Into the Mystic

Today I received an opt-in text notification that the flu vaccine had finally arrived at a nearby drug store. Being the responsible folks we are, both over 60, wanting to protect any vulnerable folks we might come into contact with (as limited as it seems that will be for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19,Continue reading “Into the Mystic”

Cool Change

Little River Band is a group that I have enjoyed listening to since I first heard their music on the radio in the late 1970s. In addition to today’s selection, some other hits by the band include “Help Is on Its Way” (released in 1977), Reminiscing” (1978), “Lady” (also 1978, another song I like aContinue reading “Cool Change”

Lonely People

The day before yesterday, in the car just getting on the road, I flipped on the SiriusXM soft-rock radio channel, The Bridge, as I wasn’t yet sure what playlist of my music I wanted to hear. (We still have Sirius as, whenever I call to cancel, they offer me a ridiculously cheap, six-month extension ofContinue reading “Lonely People”

Night Moves

The song “Night Moves” (from the 1976 album of the same name) by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet band is played frequently on the SiriusXM channel we often listen to in the car — or at least did — until the recent direction to stay at home to wait out the coronavirus. (I hopeContinue reading “Night Moves”

Where Do the Children Play?

While driving home the other night, we heard this song on SiriusXM radio’s The Bridge, a soft-rock stream.  It’s another one of those childhood memories for me; the album, Tea for the Tillerman was regularly played in our home, though I don’t recall who introduced it in the family. Another Yusuf / Cat Stevens song,Continue reading “Where Do the Children Play?”