#SAS on hiatus for a day

No commute means no last two songs on the radio. It also means no parking in what might be a rat infested garage because the car indicators are lighting up like a Christmas tree again. Ugh. Using vacay to diagnose my car wasn’t in the plan :(. I may or may not be back on New Years Eve. I will be back at work but staying home unless it’s too crowded here. If I commute, there’ll be tunes.

Merry X-mas Eve folks. Wishing you the best ❤

#KCHonors

Catching up on DVR’ed shows. The Kennedy Center Honors was on Sunday but Lulu’s birthday took precedence. I must say this Class of 2019 is spectacular!!

  1. Linda Ronstadt whose diversity and range are incredible.
  2. Sally Field – Giget and the Flying Nun does good.
  3. Sesame Street – in a word genius! Sing! Sing a Song!
  4. Michael Tilson Thomas or MTT – never knew his name but I’ve always known his music. We share a birthday which means I’m almost famous. Lol.
  5. Last but certainly not least, Earth, Wind, and Fire. Jamming out back in the day. Many a flashlight skate included their music fueling the movement. Always a favorite even to this day!

This event is an annual treat. To see other celebrities pay homage is icing on the cake. Sweet dreaming tonight.

J-Dub’s Review of “Echo in the Canyon”

Most enjoyable retrospective look back at mid-60s music. The echoing canyon refers to Hollywood’s Laurel Canyon which was a musical mecca for up and coming groups. Seeing Tom Petty brought the tears. The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Beach Boys, Mamas and the Papas and more. I always say this, I was born late. I gravitate towards an earlier era. Oh to be a fly on those walls. The documentary gave me that look inside. Two thumbs up or 5 stars.

P.S. I forgot the most important part. Here’s a song from those featured.