Sunday, September 13, 2015

Monday's Music Moves Me...Music That Tells A Story 9/14/15

Hello my musical friends! It is time once again for Monday's Music Moves Me. We are moving right along into September which is unreal but true. It is beginning to get cooler here in Missouri which I love. That means Fall is here and that makes me a happy camper.

So, I digress...this week is another theme week which is: Songs that tell a story. Hmm....interesting. This was picked by our first returning Spotlight Dancer, Ramona from Create With Joy.

Let's go. 

First up: A couple of years ago, I was introduced to this great song and video by Carrie Underwood. It is a haunting song and one about two women being scorned.



Next up: Phil Collins has been know for his very moving songs and sometimes his imagery has been top notch. This song spoke about the homelessness and whether we see them or not.


Finally: Back in the day when MTV actually played nothing but music (gasp, can you imagine), one of the true greats of the "story" videos was Michael Jackson. I stayed up until Midnight for the premiere of his video "Thriller".  Another winner was this one...


That's all for this week. Make sure you link up. ~Naila Moon

5 comments:

  1. Fab choices Naila I always loved Phil Collins voice :-)

    Have a tanfastic week Naila :-)

    Moonwalks away from blog & beats it

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  2. Love the choices. Phil and Michael, two greats.

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  3. Awesome choices, Naila! I almost chose a couple of those - glad you represented. ;) Have a great week! Oh, and I picked up a couple of Hawaii postcards for you - now to figure out where I stashed them... ;)

    The Thunder Rolls on The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald but You’re Gonna Miss This when you’re Just Fishin’ taking a Smoke Break

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  4. Some of my favorite songs!

    I really can't wait for the cool weather!

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  5. Now MTV shows everything BUT music videos. Thanks for the walk down memory lane.

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Thank you for reading and dropping by. I always appreciate your comments. ~Naila Moon