Jazz in the Night: Sarah McKenzie – Montreux Jazz Festival 2017 — The Inquiring Mind

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Sarah McKenzie Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 2017 Full Performance 0:17 Road Chops 5:39 I Won’t Dance 10:41 We Could Be Lovers 16:31 Paris In The Rain 22:07 One Jealous Moon 28:54 The Secrets Of My Heart 35:32 Small Feats 42:00 I’ve Got The Blues Tonight 51:15 Tight 58:45 Triste 1:05:08 I’m Old Fashioned 1:12:19 […]

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Honouring the Greats: Rules of the Mind – Part Two — For a lighter, brighter life

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“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” Albert Einstein, physicist and ‘most famous scientist in history’ Change. We all want the power to change ourselves for the better, but why is that change so elusive? Lasting change needs our thinking mind and emotional mind working together. Our emotional mind lives in the subconscious […]

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Jackie DeShannon – Put a Little Love in Your Heart — PowerPop… An Eclectic Collection of Pop Culture

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Well written and great pop song. I remember it from the movie Scrooged where now that film and this song goes hand in hand. Nineteen years after this song was a hit for Jackie DeShannon, Annie Lennox and Al Green covered it for the 1988 film Scrooged. Their version reached #9 in the US and #28 […]

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FRENCH TOAST WITH MAPLE RICOTTA AND RASPBERRIES — AMERICA ON COFFEE.. re blog, an exciting start to the day….where’s M

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Quick to make, and tasting just as beautiful as it looks, our French Toast with Maple Ricotta, Raspberries and Basil is the perfect bed in breakfast that incorporates everything you could want in a brunch in one delicious bite. Using baguette slices, and a thick ricotta topping with mashed berries, makes for an easy and […]

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Freddie Mercury loves japan — Freddie Mercury Online

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Peter Freestone telling: “Other than his beloved London, Freddie’s favourite place on earth was Japan. He loved everything about Japan, except sushi and sashimi! He had a lovely collection of lacquered boxes, much of his furniture had Japanese motifs, a lot of his crockery and porcelain was from there, and he was acknowledged at one […]

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