Monday, November 11, 2013

Thank You Veterans on this Monday Music Moves Me

Thanks you to all who serve!
Welcome to another Monday Music Moves Me.
Today I'm moved in that old patriotic way.

               

A little Boogie Woogie...
                               

Daddy's Army buddies name actually was Bill Bailey. He was one of the witnesses on Daddy and Mama's wedding day. So hears one for Bill Bailey.
           

I gotta share this one for Daddy. 
Love ya!


Okay..I had to share another one for all the Airborne well ...
just because..
They Rock!


Love & Honor to All branches of the military!

Is there music in silence?
You better believe it!
         

Sweet Melody
              

Thanks so much for visiting today.
In case you didn't know...
If you live in United States of America,
your are
Very Blessed!

19 comments:

  1. The Andrew Sisters are wonderful. I just love Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy! Great to tribute to our veterans. Thanks for dancing with us on Monday's Music Moves Me. If you haven't visited me yet, then join me on my new blog at Curious as a CAThy!

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    1. I did..I think I got my Monday started with you. So glad you visited.

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  2. Fab selection especially The Andrews Sisters nice post ;-)

    Have a musictastic week ahead ;-)

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    1. Thank you Steve. You do come up with magnifical music words! You have a great week, also.

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  3. I do love the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and US Armed Forces guitar, but you know The Airborne has always ROCKED! Daddy needs to see this. Great tribute!

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    1. Yeah, He needs to but probably never will. I will tell you, Yesterday, after ya'll had to leave his Airborne Yearbooks were pulled out and he told a few colorful stories with that glisten in his eye..lol...

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  4. Oh my gosh, those first three songs remind me so much of my mother. She always played Glenn Miller on her stereo (phonograph player). She loved her music a lot. Oh thanks so much I almost felt like she was around once again. You're too sweet. Oh wow, even a solo by Gene Krupa I think his name was, right? The other songs are new too, but I enjoyed the first three the most. Thanks for joining us and the great picks for today and sharing. ;)

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    1. I'm so glad these songs brought good memories to you. I love big band music. our local am radio station use to do different genres each day and one of the days was big band. I love it. I hope your week is wonderful!

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  5. Glen Miller once played in my hometown of Bedford UK. There's a plaque in our town centre celebrating the event. Great choices & Happy Music Monday

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    1. That's very cool. Glen Miller..what a talent. Happy Monday!

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  6. I once did an interpretive dance to the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy...love that song!
    Actually, all of your picks today are wonderful.
    Thanks for the music this week.

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  7. Wow. A wonder line up and tribute.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Oh, love Sarah Vaughan. that was a great mix for today.
    and I am pretty much never jumping out of perfectly good airplane. amazing. much respect to them.

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    1. LOL..I guess me neither. Have a great week!

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  9. This is a lovely tribute to the veterans.

    Not related, but your post reminded me: On Memorial Day I stepped outside at noon and coincidentally our neighbor stepped out then too to play Taps on his trumpet (we live in the country). It struck a chord and almost made me cry it was so beautiful and unexpected. Music does serve its purpose over and over again. :)

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    1. Awe..that would be an incredibly moving moment. Thanks for sharing with me.
      Have a great weekend!

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