Skip to comments.FReeper Canteen - Tunes For Our Troops - 20 April 2012
Posted on 04/19/2013 6:00:55 PM PDT by AZamericonnie
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“Gerald Albright - Bermuda Nights”
“The Smooth Jazz Loft - Paul Brown - The City”
“New York City at Night” [Music: “Gregg Kanukas - Deep Into You”
“The Jazzmasters - Smooth Groove”
“The Smooth Jazz Loft - Matt Otten - Midnight Mood”
“Musica Instramental Romantica, De Ayer, De Hoy y De Siempre”
“White Sands - Alex Bett”
“Soft Calming Tracks with Ocean Webcam”
“Ivory Dreams by Sean Beeson”
“Sweet Dreams by Bard”
“Vanessa Mae - at the Birminham Symphony Hall 1997 - Classical Violinist.”
“Oscar Peterson - A Night in Vienna (2004)”
“The Best of Julio Iglesias”
“Mannheim Steamroller - Playlist”
“Electric Light Orchestra (E.L.O.) - Out of The Blue - Double Album”
“1960’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Jukebox” [Playlist]
“70’s Rock N Roll” [Playlist]
“Disco 70-80 Megamix. Full Version”
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Doing great, Connie. A big night for FR. We went through all this stuff in Boston with FR not going down and managing to respond well. Three cheers for the Robinsons!
My connection has been lagging all day & is no better now!
A good day for you?
Good evening Cindy Sue & “soft” is a great theme for this evening! *Hugs*
Your normal busy self this week?
Where were you on Friday, April 20, 1973?
I had been moved out of the Motor Pool to take over the Adjutants position at battalion HQ thanks to the post-Vietnam RIFs, which had caused a number of our lifer captains to suddenly become civilians. The Motor Pool had been miles away from HQ, but now I had to deal daily with the CO, who was a by-the-book commander. When I asked him why, he said, If you go by the book, youll never get into trouble.
On weekends I did my thing at KING in Seattle, where I hung around with the legendary Andy Barber, who later became one of the giants of the game.
Lets cue the Rockumentary theme!
Johnny Mathis had made this a hit back in the Fifties. Now it was Donnys turn. It came in at #10 this week.
The Reckoning Iced Earth
While getting an eye exam recently, my doctor hauled out a piece of equipment that I hadnt seen before. I asked him what the device was, and he responded, Im using it to take a picture of the inside of the back of your eye.
I was impressed that someone had invented a camera that could do that. But I was even more impressed by what my doctor could learn from that picture. He said, We can gather a lot of details about your current general health simply by looking at the back of your eye.
My doctors comment amazed me. It is remarkable that a persons overall health can be measured by the health of the eye. What care the Lord has taken to place these details in the bodies He has created! It immediately brings to my mind the words of David, the psalmist, who reveled in Gods creativity: I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well (Ps. 139:14).
The enormous complexities of our bodies reflect the genius and wisdom of our great Creator. The wonder of His design is more than breathtakingit gives us countless reasons to worship Him!
Read: Psalm 139:13-18
Three cheers indeed Publius!
Howard Hanson's Symphony No2 "Romantic"
Cecil Coles' "Cortege"
(Don't sweat it if they're too obscure and/or hard to find.)
Thank ALL you very much!! FReepers ROCK!!
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