Stories to ease you out of the darkness, featuring artists like: The Wild Reeds, Aimee Mann, Wet Leg, Cosmo Sheldrake, Grace Petrie, Little Milton, Ian McFarland, New Radicals
Sir Paul McCartney has a heavy presence in the lullaby rotation for the same reason that the writers of old jazz standards do: easily singable tunes, easily understandable lyrics, and big direct emotions. Okay, maybe you wouldn’t want to sing “Helter Skelter” or “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road” at bedtime, but most McCartney songs suit the mood perfectly.
After leaving one of the most popular bands of all time, Sir Paul McCartney segued smoothly into a solo career, releasing some of the most popular pop rock confections of the 70s. With his soulmate Linda on the keyboards, Paul and his band managed to have 14 number one singles in the U.S…
At the very peak of The Beatles’ career, modern communications technology gave them the opportunity to spread the message of what would become known as the “Summer of Love” all around the globe. Our World was a worldwide satellite TV broadcast on June 25th 1967, for which The Beatles were chosen to represent the United Kingdom by singing their specially composed song All You Need is Love.