mssoultunes

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  • pjolliffe

    Great tunes in your library. Thanks for the ftriendship! Will have to listen to your "radio"

    5 mai 2012 Répondre
  • mssoultunes

    same to you MrMister!

    22 avr. 2011 Répondre
  • jdharrisonjr

    Thanks for your friendship. Please pass along/share any of your favorites. I like your music lists.

    1 fév. 2010 Répondre
  • pamidee

    Looking forward to getting to know you better ,too.But will be gone for a few days at the hospital due to some complications of diabetes."See" ya when I get home.Take care and have a lovely week!

    30 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • aiglo72

    thanks for to visit.angelo

    26 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • pamidee

    Happy Thanksgiving! And thank you for the friend request.Iam honored and you have a great list.I just love Jason Mraz!

    26 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • Stankwillie

    Good to meet you too! You've got great taste!

    9 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • dobiekay

    Hi Tammy! Thanks for adding me!

    8 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • mssoultunes

    Sounds like a plan. And yes, you're so right, there is no age limit to writing! We so often limit ourselves. Glad I found you, but I always knew you'd be a gem. peace

    4 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • lilbare

    Tammy, Tammy, Tammy! :) I can't wait to see you again. And we will have to find some time just to sit for awhile and have a long chat, the two of us, the next time I am in Michigan. Not that I don't also really want to meet your family and see family members of ours who I haven't seen in many years (your siblings, Aunt Judy, etc.). But we will have to find a way to carve out a little time to sit and chat alone. My biggest problem, with regards to the whole writing career thing, is lack of self-discipline. Second biggest problem is lack of confidence. Anyway, still hanging in there and not giving up on my dreams. I've always been a late bloomer and the great thing about wanting a writing career is that there really isn't an age limit to when you begin. And definitely two of my favorite songs when I was a kid were Ring of Fire and Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.. Later- and love, Barry

    2 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • mssoultunes

    Oh for crying out loud, I do get wordy. Should proof and cut lol. (cont.)... not sure if I'm able to relate the picture Ihave in my head here. Since I am not a writer, my self expression might be lacking. What I am trying to say, in way too many words, (bless your heart if you've read this far) is that i see great talent and desire when I read your excerpts, and would so love to encourage you and even help you in any way, to consider or reconsider where you might go with that talent and creativity. Some blogs have led to television interviews and much more. There are also so many other avenues that you could pursue as well! I have much more to say about this but will step down right now because I've rambled. Funny, because I have many unsung songs of my own. My kids have tried for years to encourage me to write a book myself, though I cant understand why. My life has been filled with pain and learning but cant share most w/o hurting some folks.. gtg 965 characters lol

    1 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • mssoultunes

    Got too long winded, yikes. The impetus for removing songs from my library though Bare :) , is that I'd like to find some "neighbors" who have very similar listening habits and mine may be quite skewed if Ileft that music on for long when the old timers were here. I will check that out. Other than that, no, I have no one to impress at this point. No friends yet but you, and you hafta love me- we're kin ;) My biggest problem is that I heart most of the songs and so cannot go back and find that one "special" song that I heard. Since I have your ear, perhaps... I was thinking of what I've read on your FB and I had an idea. What if, while you're contemplating your literary future, you were to start a blog of some sort that would lend itself to that end? Imagine a second, ,if you like, what type of audience you might attract .. or even what sort of audience would be the best to attract to further your goals, while at the same time entertaining and enlightening! Not sure if I'm able to

    1 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • mssoultunes

    I can't remember if I am supposed to answer you here on my page or over on your page so again I'm learning. George Jones! I remember listening to that song recently. I have to agree, bout makes ya bawl, eh? :p Well as far as hipster music friends, you're it so far (captain obvious here) I very much like Gordon too, depending on my mood. Always play him for the kids around Nov 10, give them a hand out of the lyrics and such fun stuff lol. Love Duke. Chuck Mangione is incredible and hafta say im probably not much of a fan of Gregorian chanting but there again, i haven't given it a fair chance. What makes me smile is seeing Donna Fargo and Johnny Cash on your song list. I have such memories of singing "Happiest Girl in the Whole USA" as a teen, and used to request "Ring of Fire" when I was at the bar w/ my parents as a child of maybe 10ish. :O I agree with Duke's quote. Heck, I've even listened to that Whale "music" and you gotta hear Ted Nugent's "Fred Bear"!

    1 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • lilbare

    And there's nothing much that beats George Jones, He Stopped Loving Her Today, BTW. :)

    1 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • lilbare

    I sometimes think about deleting tunes from my list here- stuff that I maybe don't want my hipster music friends here (some of whom are friends in real life as well, some of them just cyber friends) to know I am listening to. But I have decided to just let it all hang out and figure it all averages out eventually. So what if I like Gordon Lightfoot and Sonic Youth, Bach and Loretta Lynn, Thelonius Monk and monks doing Gregorian chanting! My musical taste knows few bounds. Duke Ellington (or somebody else cool) said that the only true test of music is- if it sounds good, it is good!

    1 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • lilbare

    And just after I typed that Gordon Lightfoot came on (listening to iTunes DJ). Well, that is old school, but probably not going to help. ;)

    29 oct. 2009 Répondre
  • lilbare

    Uh-oh, we dropped to low with your recent walk down memory lane, cousin. Foghat? Foreigner? The Moody Blues? That ain't gonna get it done! Just teasing. But I actually don't beleive I have a single song by any of those bands among my 34 thousand or so songs scrobbled here. Guess I better go old school to get us back to at least medium. :)

    29 oct. 2009 Répondre
  • lilbare

    Hey Tammy- well, we are medium compatibility so far, which isn't bad since you have very few tunes scrobbled here. It will be fun to see how that changes with time.

    27 oct. 2009 Répondre
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, mssoultunes! Happy listening.

    27 oct. 2009 Répondre
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