I’m a sucker for music. I often listen to music with my iPhone. While the only problem is that I cannot get the sound volume I want. To put it specifically, I prefer not to enjoy music with earphones, maybe because I think it would do harm to my ears or for the reason that I like the natural sound by iPhone. But the sound volume may be a limitation, and even though I can turn up the volume, I would be worried about the power assumption. With a mini speaker for my iPhone, I can enjoy music following my heart. The most important thing is I find many pleasures in sharing music with my friends over my iPhone.
“Express Yourself” was released on the Like a Prayer album in 1989. Madonna once again reinvented herself with this album, proving that she had a voice with something to say besides the usual bubblegum pop people were accustomed to hearing from her. “Express Yourself” has a spectacular message to all women of being unafraid of who you are. While it takes on a very sexual tone, the message can be applied to all aspects of life. The song itself has great musical quality. The lyrics tell a story and the instrumental is flashy but does not overpower the lyrics. “Express Yourself,” with its excellent message, is one of Madonna’s top ten songs.
Because of the Pisces love of nature the options are truly wide open from books to camping equipment. This watery sign is sometimes is not a good receiver so keep that in mind as well.
#5 Top Christmas song for 2009 is “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” by the boss Bruce Springsteen. His strong raspy voice does this Christmas song very well. Other various artists have sung this song, but Bruce remains on top with this one.
You can listen to the unlok of Andy Williams or too some country music show or even Bluegrass music and the Roy Clark or Buck Trent show. Buck Trent has gospel and bluegrass music and some down home hilarious humor.
Talking with Someone: Effectiveness = 8; Ease = 5; Cumulative Score 13; This has been something that has really been effective in my life. The problem is that unless you have a friend who patiently waits for you to call and talk with you, you may find yourself in a stressful situation with no one to talk to.
“BIG JOHN” (Jimmy Dean, 1961): This record was the first country single to earn gold-record status, and it resulted in a 1962 Grammy Award for Best Country and Western recording. The song was written and composed by Roy Acuff and Dean, who was a notable singer, songwriter, guitarist and sausage kingpin.
I can’t stress enough, when you are booking a band for your function, or wedding, make sure there’s no ambiguity about what you want and what the band play, if the two things don’t match look elsewhere! It’s not fair on the band or your guests!