Letters from a Hill Farm
Lovely version. Did you ever see that movie Corrina, Corrina (with Whoopi Goldberg?)...a great soundtrack and that was one of the songs on it.The book you are reading I have on interlibrary-loan - I think I am number 200 on the wait list. Hope they all read fast :)
This is simply fantastic. I can see why you love it. If you don't mind, I just have to re-post it on my blog. Thank you for sharing. Wow.
Beautiful. Thank you for introducing me to this artist and reminding me to listen to the poetry of these lyrics.Nice horn and piano playing too.
I am so very pleased you all liked it, and took the time to leave a note to say so.Gosh, Susan it has been a long time since I've seen it. I watched with my kids when they were younger. I don't remember the song, but I do know she is also on the soundtrack of Good Night and Good Luck - the movie about Edward R. Murrow. I think I'll watch it again, and Corrina, Corrina. Thanks for reminding me of it, Susan.Nan, of course I don't mind. The more people who see it, the better. I've bought two of her albums. I think she is just wonderful. Mary Lois, I just love those old songs. I go back in time when I hear them. And her version is really lovely. "Our" Frank does it, too. It's on his Nice 'N' Easy album, which I bought on iTunes.
I am changing how I post your much appreciated comments. Since I began the blog, I've waited to post them until I had the opportunity to respond. Sometimes that has taken a while, so I've decided to moderate them and post them as soon as possible, and then I'll respond when I get a chance. Please do come back because I will answer all your notes to me.Also, you may comment on any posts, no matter how old, and I will receive notice.