Coward was a cool and cultured classic (1899 to 1973) who set his elegant and deliciously witty lyrics to such singable melodies as “Mad About the Boy.” These days, I’m mad about the boy’s music – Coward’s that is! It must have something to do
One of the several websites I manage is St. Paul’s Church website and on that site there are several pages devoted to St. Paul’s Labyrinth, Canada’s first permanent labyrinth. Well, the Labyrinth at St. Paul’s has just started its own dedicated YouTube channel. And that account is currently featuring Kira Van Deusen as she plays an improvisation for cello. It’s very soulful.
I’ll post it here so you’re more likely to listen.
I don’t even remember seeing the movie No Reservations with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart, but I must have, because I was haunted for a while with a line from a song that went – to my ears – “‘S Wonnerful, ‘s wonnerful, ‘s wonnerful, Good luck my baby.” Bravo for google and youtube for tracking this down for me – It’s Paolo Conte’s rendition of “It’s Wonderful” and it was part of the sound track