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Melody Gardot — Who Will Comfort Me
Album: My One and Only Thrill
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7.4

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Released: 2009
Length: 4:51
Plays (last 30 days): 2
My soul is wearying
My soul is wearying
My soul is wearying
I said my soul is wearying

My soul is wearying
Beating down from all of my misery yeh
Oh Lord who will comfort me?

Gotta hold of my heart
Keeps me bound where the whole wide world is free yeh
Oh Lord who will comfort me?

My home is a wreakage a family ground
impli-ed in poverty yeh
Oh Lord who will comfort me
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 Kaw wrote:

The interesting thing is that her real name is not Melody Gardot and nobody on the internet knows her real name. Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known.

It's like she and her story is carved out of fantasy. Born to become legendary.

Also hypersensitivity to sound and light can be trained to a certain level, but in my experience (dad with brain damage) it will be impossible to perform on stage with loud sounds and the light show.


Of course you can't find anything. As it says in the Wikipedia article, "she gave her name to a music therapy program in New Jersey". A lot of things get disappeared in New Jersey.
Who's Lloyd?
 tkosh wrote:

Great CD!  If you like this song, you will love the CD...  How can you not love it with that laugh at the end!



If you like the laugh at the end, you have to listen the song "Goodbye".  Album "The Absence" what a voice. Great live a had the chance to see and hear here in Mainz,  Germany 🇩🇪.
zesty
There is a very good documentary about it called Melody Gardot: The Accidental Musician
 gmsingh123 wrote:

kcar wrote:

And yet: Google "Melody Gardot" and you come across news articles on her from NPR, CBS News, CNN, the New York Times, The Globe and Mail, the Telegraph, etc. Are you suggesting that these news organizations did no fact-checking and swallowed a PR lie?

Maybe you didn't read RabbitEars' post carefully, 'cause it has a quote from Wikipedia, which quoted the CBS News piece. Here's a link to an earlier version of that piece:
 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/how-melody-gardot-found-her-voice/ 

And here's an excerpt from that linked CBS piece: 
The prognosis at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey was not good. When he first saw her, Dr. Richard Jermyn didn't think she would recover. "I had hope," he said. "And as I told Melody at the time, I said 'Your brain is like a computer. And your computer's still intact. Your hardware, your memory, it's there. You can't access it.' 

"That's what a brain injury does - It takes your ability to access that away."

Therapy and drugs had failed. In desperation, Dr. Jermyn suggested Melody try music. (She had played piano in college.) 

"It's a different part of your brain that perceives music," said Dr. Jermyn, who recalled Gardot returned to him to say, '"The music is there.'"


You can find Dr. Jermyn on the Web. He is quoted in other articles discussing Melody's case, including here: 

https://thedo.osteopathic.org/2013/02/umdnj-soms-music-medicine-program-strikes-a-chord/
 


Are you seriously suggesting that a neurologist like Jermyn would risk his professional reputation by supporting a fictitious story about a patient just so a music label could hype her and a fake story of injury and recovery? Please.
"Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known." 

Prove it. Point us to some news articles and/or links backing your assertion.  

 

The funny thing is I googled "Kaw" and got "Not Melody Gardot".
 



Huh. All I got was "suppository"...

solid album
 Typesbad wrote:
I will!
 
Get in line, o sloppy typist!
I will!
 MJdub wrote:
Uncle Dave, Uncle Dave

 
I hear "Ma seule est isolée" in the first verse.
 1wolfy wrote:
 does anybody remember laughter ? Noé wrote:

The laugh at the end was not the best thing in this song

 

 
it's called irony.
 Kaw wrote:
Pretty face -  check
Can sing - check

Ok, lets arrange some music for her and make her a star! 

 
whoa. dude. you just described the whole entertainment industry. it is what it is.
The funny thing is I googled "Kaw" and got "Not Melody Gardot".
kcar wrote:

And yet: Google "Melody Gardot" and you come across news articles on her from NPR, CBS News, CNN, the New York Times, The Globe and Mail, the Telegraph, etc. Are you suggesting that these news organizations did no fact-checking and swallowed a PR lie?

Maybe you didn't read RabbitEars' post carefully, 'cause it has a quote from Wikipedia, which quoted the CBS News piece. Here's a link to an earlier version of that piece:
 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/how-melody-gardot-found-her-voice/ 

And here's an excerpt from that linked CBS piece: 
The prognosis at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey was not good. When he first saw her, Dr. Richard Jermyn didn't think she would recover. "I had hope," he said. "And as I told Melody at the time, I said 'Your brain is like a computer. And your computer's still intact. Your hardware, your memory, it's there. You can't access it.' 

"That's what a brain injury does - It takes your ability to access that away."

Therapy and drugs had failed. In desperation, Dr. Jermyn suggested Melody try music. (She had played piano in college.) 

"It's a different part of your brain that perceives music," said Dr. Jermyn, who recalled Gardot returned to him to say, '"The music is there.'"


You can find Dr. Jermyn on the Web. He is quoted in other articles discussing Melody's case, including here: 

https://thedo.osteopathic.org/2013/02/umdnj-soms-music-medicine-program-strikes-a-chord/
 


Are you seriously suggesting that a neurologist like Jermyn would risk his professional reputation by supporting a fictitious story about a patient just so a music label could hype her and a fake story of injury and recovery? Please.
"Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known." 

Prove it. Point us to some news articles and/or links backing your assertion.  

 


 dwhayslett wrote:
 kcar wrote:
Are you still king of Pawleys Island? 

If I am, the position is a lot less lucrative than I would have expected.  {#Propeller}

 

You're living in paradise and you want generous compensation as well? Perhaps you can demand more tribute from the crabs and gulls. The 102 other souls on the island clearly don't recognize your regal splendor.
 kcar wrote:
And yet: Google "Melody Gardot" and you come across news articles on her from NPR, CBS News, CNN, the New York Times, The Globe and Mail, the Telegraph, etc. Are you suggesting that these news organizations did no fact-checking and swallowed a PR lie? . . . (see full post below)
 
Thanks kcar.
Couldn't agree more.
Oh Lard...{#Pray}
I get that funny feeling in my stomach when I hear this song. Who will comfort me?
 dwhayslett wrote:

I was just rereading the exchange between Kaw and RabbitEars and thinking that at least one of them had to be putting us on.  I can't decide if you just bit on a hook or not.  :-)

 
I saw kaw's comment - thought it was a bit cynical, especially given the talent of this artist. I had never read the wiki before, but the person who initially introduced me to MG had told me a 2-sentence version of this story. That person happened to have recovered from stage 4 leukemia after a bone marrow transplant (I think I'm remembering that correctly - don't hold me to it, but it was a miraculous recovery from what had been a 'six months to live' scenario). I'm not making this up.... I have no idea if the MG story is true, but I also don't have reason to disbelieve it. I thought of it when kaw posted a baseless claim.

Brain injuries come in a vast array of shapes and sizes and its capacity to self-repair is impressive. It seems far fetched to me that needing some kind of miracle recovery story would be necessary to promote this artist. I can be just as cynical as the next person, but I also make it a habit to question my cynicism. Otherwise you end up buying into a lot of BS because it fits your world view and gives your ego a boost... you can just keep on buying into damaging illusions. 
 does anybody remember laughter ? Noé wrote:

The laugh at the end was not the best thing in this song

 


 Noé wrote:
Quelle voix et quel groove !!! {#Bananajam}

 
Bien dit, Noé !
 Noé wrote:

The laugh at the end was not the best thing in this song

 
Agreed.  But sounds like she is giggling to me.  
 Noé wrote:
Quelle voix et quel groove !!! {#Bananajam}

 
The laugh at the end was not the best thing in this song
Quelle voix et quel groove !!! {#Bananajam}
 kcar wrote:
Are you still king of Pawleys Island? 

If I am, the position is a lot less lucrative than I would have expected.  {#Propeller}
 dwhayslett wrote:

I was just rereading the exchange between Kaw and RabbitEars and thinking that at least one of them had to be putting us on.  I can't decide if you just bit on a hook or not.  :-)

 
Kaw's just being an annoying jerk. Seems to be his MO on this RP page and others. I should have left it to RabbitEars to put him in his place. 

Are you still king of Pawleys Island?
 kcar wrote:
"Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known." 

Prove it. Point us to some news articles and/or links backing your assertion.  

 
I was just rereading the exchange between Kaw and RabbitEars and thinking that at least one of them had to be putting us on.  I can't decide if you just bit on a hook or not.  :-)
 Kaw wrote:

The interesting thing is that her real name is not Melody Gardot and nobody on the internet knows her real name. Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known.

It's like she and her story is carved out of fantasy. Born to become legendary.

Also hypersensitivity to sound and light can be trained to a certain level, but in my experience (dad with brain damage) it will be impossible to perform on stage with loud sounds and the light show.

 
And yet: Google "Melody Gardot" and you come across news articles on her from NPR, CBS News, CNN, the New York Times, The Globe and Mail, the Telegraph, etc. Are you suggesting that these news organizations did no fact-checking and swallowed a PR lie?

Maybe you didn't read RabbitEars' post carefully, 'cause it has a quote from Wikipedia, which quoted the CBS News piece. Here's a link to an earlier version of that piece:
 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/how-melody-gardot-found-her-voice/ 

And here's an excerpt from that linked CBS piece: 
The prognosis at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey was not good. When he first saw her, Dr. Richard Jermyn didn't think she would recover. "I had hope," he said. "And as I told Melody at the time, I said 'Your brain is like a computer. And your computer's still intact. Your hardware, your memory, it's there. You can't access it.' 

"That's what a brain injury does - It takes your ability to access that away."

Therapy and drugs had failed. In desperation, Dr. Jermyn suggested Melody try music. (She had played piano in college.) 

"It's a different part of your brain that perceives music," said Dr. Jermyn, who recalled Gardot returned to him to say, '"The music is there.'"


You can find Dr. Jermyn on the Web. He is quoted in other articles discussing Melody's case, including here: 

https://thedo.osteopathic.org/2013/02/umdnj-soms-music-medicine-program-strikes-a-chord/
 


Are you seriously suggesting that a neurologist like Jermyn would risk his professional reputation by supporting a fictitious story about a patient just so a music label could hype her and a fake story of injury and recovery? Please.


"Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known." 

Prove it. Point us to some news articles and/or links backing your assertion.  
Who the fuck is Lloyd!?!? :^ /
YEAH! Coming just a song after Bajka/ Bonobo's "Between the Lines," and featuring the same sultry, exotic style of vocalization, WOW
Adele versus Amy Winehouse? Just say Melody!
Breakthrough.Thanks a lot.
 RabbitEars wrote:

From wiki:

 
The interesting thing is that her real name is not Melody Gardot and nobody on the internet knows her real name. Journalist that tried to verify this amazing story could not find anything because of this. No news articles. No names. Nothing. No family is known.

It's like she and her story is carved out of fantasy. Born to become legendary.

Also hypersensitivity to sound and light can be trained to a certain level, but in my experience (dad with brain damage) it will be impossible to perform on stage with loud sounds and the light show.
In response to her question, I see many hands going up. Something going up, anyway.
Properly good.
Wow!  Can't believe I haven't commented on this song before.  Seductively silky smooth {#Hearteyes}
10/10 would comfort
 Kaw wrote:
Pretty face -  check
Can sing - check

Ok, lets arrange some music for her and make her a star! 

 
From wiki:
While cycling in Philadelphia in November 2003 she was hit by a car whose driver had ignored a red traffic light. In the accident she suffered serious head and spinal injuries and her pelvis was broken in two places. Because of these severe injuries she was confined to her hospital bed for a year and had to remain lying on her back. As a further consequence of her injuries she had to re-learn simple tasks such as brushing her teeth and walking. The most noticeable effect of the neural injuries she suffered is that she was left hyper-sensitive to both light and sound, therefore requiring her to wear dark sunglasses at nearly all times to shield her eyes. The accident also resulted in both long and short term memory problems and difficulty with her sense of time. Gardot has described coping with this as like "climbing Mount Everest every day" as she often wakes with no memory of what she has to do that day.

Initially prompted by an attending physician who believed music would help her brain injury drastically improve, Gardot began writing music after her accident and now often speaks about and advocates music therapy. The accident had damaged the neural pathways between the brain's two cortices, which control perception and higher mental function, and made Gardot (in her own words) "a bit of a vegetable.”  As well as making it very hard for her to speak or communicate properly, she found it difficult to recall the right words to express her feelings.
Music involving listening and making a verbal attempt to sing or hum is thought to help the brain form new pathways. At first, Gardot learned to hum and was eventually able to sing into a tape recorder. She made good progress and was eventually able to write original songs that sometimes referred to her rehabilitation.

Gardot's doctor at the University of Medicine of New Jersey, Richard Jermyn, compared her condition to a computer. The computer was still intact and the memory was there but she could not access it. “That's what a brain injury does - It takes your ability to access that away”, Jermyn stated.

For several years after the accident Gardot traveled with a physiotherapist and carried a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) machine strapped to her waist which released pain reducing impulses. While onstage Gardot explains, "the first maybe half a dozen times experiencing this, that was the only 30 minutes in my life that I did not feel pain for that moment. And it was addictive." And so from her accident to her first performances, her music career was born. “It was a most unusual start, but when you come from a place where things are tough it makes it that much easier to appreciate the times when life is easy”, she said.

After her accident, Gardot could not listen to the music she had listened to before, as she could not tolerate anything above a whisper. Because of this, she had to find quieter, more soothing music to listen to. She recalls that while on the treadmill learning to walk again, she would listen to Stan Getz's The Bossa Nova Years album. Because Gardot could not sit comfortably at a piano, she learned to play guitar on her back while in the hospital and shortly after began to write her own music. During her recovery, she wrote material that later became part of a five song EP, “Some Lessons: The Bedroom Sessions” that Gardot produced herself. Gardot was reluctant to record her songs at first, stating that they were too private for the public to hear. However she soon relented and her songs were soon being played on a Philadelphia radio station.

Pretty face -  check
Can sing - check

Ok, lets arrange some music for her and make her a star! 
 MJdub wrote:
Uncle Dave, Uncle Dave

 
I've said it before and I'll say it again "uncle dave, uncle dave".  it's good to know that I'm not the only one.  

sincerely,

uncle dave 
Uncle Dave, Uncle Dave
girl knows how to swing
 Ginetta wrote:
Being sad and crying about the dead of my mother, this song came at the right time.
 
Musik kann helfen das Herz heilen.
Great!
Wow, Philly girl can bring it furshur. 8->9
My soul is a willy
 nightdrive wrote:
Manufactured crap for the ignorant masses. Voted 1 obviously.

 
You must be a joy to live with.
 nightdrive wrote:
Manufactured crap for the ignorant masses. Voted 1 obviously.

 
1000 plus reviews average 7.1 you LOSE nightdrive spare us your drivel {#Moon}
Every time I hear this I think about how much I love this track. I bought this album and her live performance in France because of this track
 On_The_Beach wrote:

I was about to say the same thing but you beat me to it.  ; )

 
Oh rats.....he beat me to it also .. ha ha
 Ahnyer_Keester wrote:
Can I just say that I love her laugh at the end there?
 
I was about to say the same thing but you beat me to it.  ; )
Oh Lloyd, who will comfort me...ha ha {#Music} Most excellent....especially the sexy little laugh at the end...hubba hubba.
Ginetta wrote:
Being sad and crying about the dead of my mother, this song came at the right time.
—————
Sorry, and my sincere condolences...  I also agree that this song can be a great comfort during times thinking about terrible loss in Life.
Can I just say that I love her laugh at the end there?
Love this!
Being sad and crying about the dead of my mother, this song came at the right time.
 jpfueler wrote:
I like her laugh

 
I'll second that. It sent shivers down my spine to my, erm, lower sensory centres ;-)
This is why I love RP! Had never hear about Melody Gardot previously. Her story is inspiring and amazing! Love that she's from Philly, will certainly be buying her music. 


My goodness gracious me. 
Love the sound. Like to hear more!
I think she melted my headphones.
Loved the song.  
a song that makes me feel like looking for more songs she's done :) It's excellent.
 Ed222 wrote:
Ridiculously good, should be rated higher

 
Agreed. Melody is phenominal.
I like her laugh
 Ed222 wrote:
Ridiculously good, should be rated higher
 
Its not everybodys taste, my friend!
Soul and Beauty.
 Wizzo_oz wrote:
I think it's a cool song too, Romeo.
 
Yes, everybody in my homeless camp loves this song...

hope you are having a marvelous time these days, Wizzo_oz... 
 drivingunit103 wrote:

...not to mention education...

 
and that, too.
 TerryS wrote:
This station is all about musical therapy.

 
...not to mention education...
{#Music}
Ridiculously good, should be rated higher
{#Fire}
what a song and what a voice, what more do you want? glossy lipstick?     a 9.4  .............
 BlueHeronDruid wrote:
Who is is she wants to comfort her? Lloyd? Lard?

 
The Lard Jesus wants to comfort her.  That's a "Down the line" joke, American listeners, I apologise for the subtlety and esoteric nature of the joke in advance. Felix Dexter...RIP

This is smoking hot!

 

The feeling.


Take a number! No pushing!

unclehud wrote:
Me.  She wants me to comfort her.  That is, I want me to comfort her.
 


{#Heartkiss}{#Heartkiss} ....... V nice 8>>>>>>>>>>>9
 BlueHeronDruid wrote:
Who is is she wants to comfort her? Lloyd? Lard?
 
Me.  She wants me to comfort her.  That is, well, I want me to comfort her, too.
Absolutely agree.
 

dsd wrote:
I just can't get over how much I LOVE this production..........I hesitate to use the term perfect.........but, it just might be.

 


I just can't get over how much I LOVE this production..........I hesitate to use the term perfect.........but, it just might be.
Who is is she wants to comfort her? Lloyd? Lard?
Great CD!  If you like this song, you will love the CD...  How can you not love it with that laugh at the end!
This is a great way to appreciate the amazing skills of this woman and her mates,...A true TRUE master piece, art. Period.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XDL1jvHFsc

San Sebastian Spain, 90kms from where I live.
I think it's a cool song too, Romeo.

Everybody in my mushrooming multitude of churches be dancing buck ass naked all over the world like bowlegged gypsy muleskinners...  love this poignant song...  love sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll...
Great job with the song.
And there should be no shortage of offers. 
This station is all about musical therapy.
Lard and potatoes?
 KennyShabs wrote:

LOLO.  Good one
 
You're welcome.
 nightdrive wrote:
Manufactured crap for the ignorant masses. Voted 1 obviously.

 
LOLO.  Good one
Manufactured crap for the ignorant masses. Voted 1 obviously.
Seven for her song, ten for her story.
Melody is an amazing artist and soulful survivor ... more Melody!
 BBoyes wrote:
Wow, what a story: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melody_Gardot

While cycling in Philadelphia in November 2003 she was hit by a car whose driver had ignored a red traffic light. In the accident she suffered serious head and spinal injuries and her pelvis was broken in two places. Because of these severe injuries she was confined to her hospital bed for a year and had to remain lying on her back. As a further consequence of her injuries she had to re-learn simple tasks such as brushing her teeth and walking. The most noticeable effect of the neural injuries she suffered is that she was left hyper-sensitive to both light and sound, therefore requiring her to wear dark sunglasses at nearly all times to shield her eyes. The accident also resulted in both long and short term memory problems and difficulty with her sense of time. Gardot has described coping with this as like "climbing Mount Everest every day" as she often wakes with no memory of what she has to do that day.

Initially prompted by an attending physician who believed music would help her brain injury drastically improve, Gardot began writing music after her accident... 
 

I just went to the link and read that...  unbelievable...  that makes this song pretty damn poignant...  my heart goes out to her...
 
it sure sounds like she is saying "uncle dave, uncle dave" at the end...
Retro-style just rocks this song.  Love the style.
Everyone at the Beale Street Blues Club loves this woman and song! 
Amen!  What a voice and style.  Just puts me in the groove, whatever my mood!
Just bumped this from an 8 to a 9 because every time it comes on the air, I smile and start swaying back and forth. ;)
Wow, what a story: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melody_Gardot

While cycling in Philadelphia in November 2003 she was hit by a car whose driver had ignored a red traffic light. In the accident she suffered serious head and spinal injuries and her pelvis was broken in two places. Because of these severe injuries she was confined to her hospital bed for a year and had to remain lying on her back. As a further consequence of her injuries she had to re-learn simple tasks such as brushing her teeth and walking. The most noticeable effect of the neural injuries she suffered is that she was left hyper-sensitive to both light and sound, therefore requiring her to wear dark sunglasses at nearly all times to shield her eyes. The accident also resulted in both long and short term memory problems and difficulty with her sense of time. Gardot has described coping with this as like "climbing Mount Everest every day" as she often wakes with no memory of what she has to do that day.

Initially prompted by an attending physician who believed music would help her brain injury drastically improve, Gardot began writing music after her accident... 

Thanks for the tip on reading her Wikipedia article.  Wow!
 
This is a talented young lady.
 paultron wrote:

i'd say that's accurate, it's yet another musical gold rush... or perhaps it could be described as a fad. in either case, i submit that it's not necessarily a bad thing. if one considers historical musical evolution, it always comes in waves as a result of popularity, collective taste, and you better believe record companies are tuned-in. yes, the resulting saturation of can be exhausting, but with time the masterpieces (either at the collective or personal level) will endure. i think i'll hang on to this tune {#Music}

 
I agree with the comment about this enduring, but I'm not sure I entirely agree about the genesis of the music of these similar(ish) artists. Personally I think as much as anything that it's a coincidence, as I don't think that either Melody Gardot or Amy Winehouse (or for that matter, Adele) were greatly influenced by each other while developing their styles. And anyway the judgement should be based on their music, and each of them has produced material which is, by any standards, very decent indeed, and leagues better than some of the other stuff that is around.
Love the production.  especially the ending with the male background vocals and the giggle at the end.  Not to mention,an outstanding vocalist.
 misterbearbaby wrote:
 Guelfling wrote:

One needs something called "a musical ear" to do that {#Angel} Someone told me he couldn't tell the voices of the Beatles apart, so I'm not surprised. Still, Melody has nothing to do with smoke-and-whiskey, man {#Cheers}
  I think his point is that this vocal style is rapidly becoming a franchise...

 
i'd say that's accurate, it's yet another musical gold rush... or perhaps it could be described as a fad. in either case, i submit that it's not necessarily a bad thing. if one considers historical musical evolution, it always comes in waves as a result of popularity, collective taste, and you better believe record companies are tuned-in. yes, the resulting saturation of <musical flavor X> can be exhausting, but with time the masterpieces (either at the collective or personal level) will endure. i think i'll hang on to this tune {#Music}
 Guelfling wrote:

One needs something called "a musical ear" to do that {#Angel} Someone told me he couldn't tell the voices of the Beatles apart, so I'm not surprised. Still, Melody has nothing to do with smoke-and-whiskey, man {#Cheers}
  I think his point is that this vocal style is rapidly becoming a franchise...

 sherf wrote:
What a story! I hear this one and liked alot but reading the story on AMG...wow! She is indeed HOT.
 

+1
Zzzzzzzzzzzzz2zzzzzzz...
What a story! I hear this one and liked alot but reading the story on AMG...wow! She is indeed HOT.
 AndyJ wrote:
Lovely artistry...
Makes every guy wish ... well, you know.

 
I do...I do....
 kingart wrote:
She's talented, nice arrangement, but sorry, someone clue me, sometimes one can't easily tell the voice of Adele apart from Melody Gardot from Amy Winehouse from whoever the hell of about six others in the same silk-smoke-and-whiskey set. 
 
One needs something called "a musical ear" to do that {#Angel} Someone told me he couldn't tell the voices of the Beatles apart, so I'm not surprised. Still, Melody has nothing to do with smoke-and-whiskey, man {#Cheers}
'Get behind the mule and plow......'7.
 rascal wrote:
rdo wrote:
Schwing!
 

funny!

 
{#Biggrin}


Once I heard Melody singing...I had to get her album. It's really good :)
Lovely artistry...
Makes every guy wish ... well, you know.
 rdo wrote:
Schwing!
 

funny!
Ummm......?  YES!  This works nicely! 
I will, I will, I will!!!
Smokin'. 9
 Poacher wrote:
Possibly the sexiest thing on this entire Radio Station (and I am not talking about me)
 
Fill ya boots Poacher  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SntJNLeHNS0
Possibly the sexiest thing on this entire Radio Station (and I am not talking about me)