Rest Easy, Friday Night: Vol. 16: The Musical Education of Leaky Waders

So many things rush through my head, sitting next to this new little addition to our family. He surely is an amazing little man.

I started to think of music, and, if he likes music, what his journey will be. Then I thought, hmm, what are the big songs that influenced me through the years. I’m going to go WAY back on this one. I’ve been all over the place. I’m sure if I thought about it longer, I could come up with SO many more. 
Enjoy the seemingly endless supply of youtube videos!
“Rubber Ducky”- Ernie
“Star Wars Theme”
Michael W. Smith “Friends are Friends”
“In the Jungle” – The Nylons
Aladdin “A Whole New World”
Audio Adrenaline “Big House”
Eric Clapton Unplugged “Tears in Heaven”
Mr. Big “To Be With You”
Weird Al Yankovic “Yoda”
Dave Matthews “Crush”
Dire Straights “Money for Nothing”
Peter Frampton “Baby I Love Your Ways”
Tom Petty “Free Fallin'”
Wyclef Jean “Staying Alive”
Tim McGraw “Live Like You Were Dying”
Regina Spektor “Real Love”

https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/hVq7fm1oyok&source=uds

Ryan Adams “Winding Wheel”
Conor Oberst “Moab”
Tallest Man on Earth “Love is All”
Josh Ritter “Temptation of Adam”
Angus and Julia Stone “Paper Aeroplane”

Boston: Day 2

Ironically most of the day was in Salem. Also, because there are some “owner content” issues, you might not be able to watch this on your phone. Only a PC. My bad:) just copy and paste the link into your web browser and off you go.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aoeZzvPU8aA

Rest Easy, Friday Night. Vol 1

I’m jumping on the band wagon. Friday night music. Several people (Lunker Hunt, River Damsel, and more)  out there have been spreading the musical love. What’s one more?

Tonight, I bring you Regina Spektor. I discovered her one morning before work. A “new” music video on VH1 called “Fidelity.”  That was probably her biggest hit, but she has put out so many good songs. Sara and I saw her live in Omaha at a small venue. She was spectacular. Enough words. Time for Regina.

Now that you’ve been introduced to her eccentricity, here is a cover of someone more familiar, John Lennon’s “Real Love.”

That song was a contender for our wedding song. I’ll finish with one of her popular tunes. A beautiful song slower. If you want to finish on something more upbeat, look for “Fidelity”. it won’t disappoint.

Have a great weekend everyone. I’m hoping to tie a few shrimp this weekend. I’ll get back to you with the results.