Hi everyone, welcome to our Suggested Listening posting for this week!
Suggested Listening postings are published on Fridays; and our next Suggested Listening posting will be out on Friday,
And here are the 10 recommended songs of the week!
Blood And Roses by The Smithereens
From The Album: Especially For You (1986)
Do You Know The Way to San Jose? By Dionne Warwick
From The Album: Valley of the Dolls (1968)
Hot House Ball by Bruce Hornsby (Genre: Pop/Rock, Piano, Jazz)
From The Album: Hot House (1995)
In These Times by Makaya McCraven
Studio Version From The LP: In These Times (2022)
Respect by Aretha Franklin (Genre: Vocal, R&B)
From The Album: I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (1967)
Thank You Girl by John Hiatt (Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Folk, Country)
From The Album: Bring The Family (1987)
There’s A Place by The Beatles (Genre: Rock)
From The Album: Please, Please Me (1963)
Wilson Boulevard by The Honeydogs (Genre: Pop/Rock)
From The Album: Here’s Luck (2001)
Waltzing For Dreamers by Richard Thompson (Singer-Songwriter, Folk-Rock)
From The Album: Live From Honolulu (2022)
A Woman’s Worth by Alicia Keys (Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Piano)
From The Album: Songs in A Minor (2001)
Hoopla Recommend Album of the Week
Things Happen That Way by Dr. John (2022) (Genre: Classic Rock, Blues etc.)
And from the album, the song:
Funny How Time Slips Away by Dr. John
And as a bonus, just because it is a great song and I love the blues!
What’s Wrong With That by the great blues artists Buddy Guy and Bobby Rush (Genre: Most definitely blues!)
From The Album: What’s Wrong With That (2022)
Have a great weekend,
Linda Reimer, SSCL
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