RoryBore suggested this week’s music theme. She has thrown us an interesting choice to boogie with “Guys & Dolls“. Clueless? Let us hear tunes that have man, woman, girl, or boy in the title, as in When a Man Loves a Woman. Got it? Good! It’s time hit the dance floor on Monday’s Music Moves Me!
Our lovely hostesses, XmasDolly, would like to thank you for joining the party and as always JAmericanSpice, Stacy Uncorked, Just the stuff ya know & myself are happy that you came. Now, it’s time to get our groove on with you so remember to link up and shake your bootie with the fellow rockin’ blogger buds below!
Dance party rules:Grab XmasDolly 4M button here, display it on your blog, and then add your your favorite weekly music theme YouTube videos for everyone to enjoy. We aren’t music snobs, if you have tunes to share that don’t fit in with our theme then no problem! As long as you have music to share, then you’re cool coz all we want to do is dance with you!
My inspired music selections are for every woman who is proud of her womanhood.
Did you have a good time on the dance floor? I did. Remember, to be considered for honorary co-host each month, then be sure to add your URL to the link up. Next stop… your place! What music moves you?
Be sure to come back next week to dance with the 4M crew, and if you can’t get enough music, then join me for Saturday Songsuasion!
How many times have I heard Angie Baby before? I don’t know, but I never, ever listened to the lyrics really until today. You gotta love Helen Reddy’s spootacular smoky voice that adds just the right edge to this 1970s song.
Welcome to Monday’s Music Moves Me 113th edition! This week’s theme is “Halloweenmusic, videos, cartoons or bloopers.”
When DH & I were dating in 1977, we got to see Atlanta Rhythm Section in concert at Bluefield State Community College. This second-hand song charted Billboard Hits in 1979….
The Sonny & Cher show was a popular icon in TV viewing for most of us growing up in the 70s. Do you remember this song?
For those who are not as mature (age-wise) as some of us, then perhaps this one will be more familiar from the 1990 TV show Twin Peaks. A lovely theme song which will forever haunt your memory with the murder of Laura Palmer at the onset of the first season.
Twin Peaks is available on Netflix.
Wasn’t that an electric experience? Why keep it to yourself? Come on spread the word. Invite all of your friends to join best hip blog hop party each Monday!
Are you ready for us to groove to your tunes? Here’s all you gotta do:
Go to YouTube & insert your preferred music video.
Grab the “Monday’s Music Moves Me” button code to display anywhere on your blog.
Link your 4M post URL (not your main URL) below & leave a comment telling us you’re our newest follower (“Follow me” options in right side bar). Then rock around the block with any & everybody you want on the linky!