Search

musicoftheages

Music for everyone

Category

Oldies

50’s it seems…

This song was a hit released in 1958 by Neil Sedaka about his girlfriend. Once you listen to it, the rhythm stays in your head and puts you in a good mood.

Let it be me…

From the film ‘Flipped’, which not only has a wonderful story but also, an incredible soundtrack…

Such a classic…

Oh boy their music always puts me in a good mood and makes me wanna dance!

Who doesn’t remember or hasn’t heard of this groovy 70’s band? Cause you’re missing a hell of a lot so stop whatever you’re doing and check it out!

 

 

So true…

Good morning guys!

Today I’m bringing you a song I’ve loved since the first time I heard it coming from Ben E King. A friend posted this video recently and it is so humble and heartfelt, I decided to share it with you. It shows people around the world singing it and I thought it really was the appropriate song to start this day, so enjoy and remember:

“No matter who you are, no matter where you go in your life, at some point, you’re gonna need somebody to stand by you”

 

Going back to the 80’s…

Today, I’m in the mood for some of the 80’s greatest hits and so it happens I was going down the list and found this classic which I’m sure most of you still love and though it is really from the late 70’s, I think I can make an exception.

So without further ado, I bring to you right from LA this amazing band with their first single “Hold the line” which was and still is the clear representation of Toto’s essence…

From Chuck’s soundtrack…

From a great show to an amazing soundtrack, Chuck has it all. It’s filled with comedy,action and drama but most important of all, it has one of the best soundtracks I’ve ever heard. Each song fitting perfectly with every scene and making the best out of it.

It’s hard to choose but here I bring to you a preview of  what to expect musicwise…

…and so much more awaits on Chuck.

Journey to the 80’s…

This decade was very influential on every genre. Well known artists such as Guns N’ Roses, Dire Straits, The Cure, Madonna, Prince, Queen, Bruce Springsteen, Iron Maiden and Metallica, created some of their best work and made it all the way through to the top charts.

Michael Jackson’s Thriller was considered and still is one of the best-selling albums ever made. Thriller, is the video with the highest budget in the music industry. He became the most succesful artist of the 80’s.

The late 80’s were the opening for succesful comebacks from bands like Aerosmith or Alice Cooper, which started in the 70’s.  Some bands were getting started, others were at the top of their game and others couldn’t make it, but overall, the 80’s were the best years for most of the artists we now call music legends.

A little bit of Nina to start with…

I bring to you a true icon of American music, the queen of soul… from 1965, a song which captivated hundreds of people and still keeps doing it…

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

taken by sound.

New music reviews and interviews from a music nerd, finding, reviewing and interviewing the best new and undiscovered music that Earth has to offer.

Fashion Soundtrack

A Fashion Mix Tape

GSG CREATIVE ENTERPRISES

Music Bizz Buzz & Blog

WhateverYouLikeToRead

"Some people feel the rain, others just get wet"

Críticas Lumière

Más que cine

1001 Scribbles

Random and Abstract Lines

Vows

Nominated for The Deli Magazines Artist of The Month

Crystal Mountain Music Collective

The latest about sounds from the mountain family

The Music Farm

where seeds of contemporary music are sown and grown