Monthly Archives: February 2017

One Random Single a Day #58: “Happy?” (2003) by Intwine

Ugh… okay. So, I’m back to writing about men again – well, for now, at least. To be honest, though, this next entry in the challenge has me pining to just stick with writing about women for good. To be … Continue reading

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One Random Single a Day #57: “Mit 17 hat man noch Träume” (1965)

If the name “Little Peggy March” sounds familiar at all, it is probably due to the one-hit wonder status she holds in the states. Her talent in singing was discovered at a very young age and found herself recording music at … Continue reading

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One Random Single a Day #56: “Lullaby of Birdland” (1955) by Ella Fitzgerald

I’m probably going to cut this review relatively short, because (1) I’m running slightly behind on my single reviews, (2) I think I need to keep a succinct word limit on these reviews in order to keep from burning out, (3) … Continue reading

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One Random Single a Day #55: “Never Together But Close Sometimes” (1978) by Carlene Carter

Carlene Carter is an American country singer-songwriter who hails from Nashville, Tennessee. She is the daughter of country musicians June Carter and Carl Smith, which gave her a real head-up in jumpstarting her music career. She has been recording music since … Continue reading

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One Random Single a Day #54: “Hit & Run” (1981) by Girlschool

I am such a big fan of ladies making waves in fields that are largely dominated by men. Women have the ability to do anything that men can do and do it just as well – and even better – and … Continue reading

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