MLFM – March 2017Extra (Still Had Some Music Left in Me)

I had a little more music left in me for the month of March so of course I had to share with the masses. Every so often some contemporary pop tunes from today creep in my soul and I have to scratch that itch. I had to throw in two of my favorite tunes from back in the 70s: Bee Gees and Al Wilson. 70s love tunes in my opinion are some of the best written on so many levels; the arrangement in regards to the strings and horn sections, the lead vocals, the harmony vocals. It sticks with you for a lifetime. I also love 80s love songs from the U.K. From Level 42, Everything but the Girl, Spandau Ballet, Danny Wilson and too many others to name. I’m bias but I grew up in the best time when it comes to heartfelt music that moves you from within.

Of course I will have some instrumental tunes in the playlist to keep the relaxing flow going. Enough of my words, enjoy the music. Have a great day.

id drops provided by EJ Flavors, T. Grundy, Todd Kelley, Anewlis, Doug Fresh

Opening Underscore Music by Todd Kelley

Closing Underscore Music by Nicolay

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MLFM March 2017 extra Playlist

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  1. Hymn For The Weekend – Coldplay
  2. Nights On Broadway – Bee Gees
  3. This Is What You Came For – Calvin Harris feat. Rhianna
  4. Closer – Chainsmokers feat. Halsey
  5. Shadowdance – Shadowfax
  6. Show And Tell – Al Wilson
  7. Ready to Hang – Wayman Tisdale
  8. True – Spandau Ballet
  9. Soulful Stride – Eric Darius
  10. Don’t Break My Heart – Larry Carlton
  11. Breakin’ Away – Al Jarraeu
  12. Nguea Wonja – Keiko Matsui
  13. The Nightfly – Donald Fagen
  14. Feel the Love – Marc Antoine & Paul Brown
  15. We Let the Stars Go – Prefab Sprout
  16. Red Wine and Sunsets – Nils
  17. Rendezvous in Rio – Michael Franks

Tunes found on the following albums:

A Head Full Of Dreams

The Bee Gees – Their Greatest Hits: The Record

This Is What You Came For

Collage EP


Show and Tell: The Best Of Al Wilson

Absolute Greatest Hits

Celebrate This Love, The Love Collection Vol. 4

On A Mission

Deep Into It

Breakin’ Away

The Road…

The Nightfly

Foreign Exchange

Life of Surprises: The Best of Prefab Sprout

City Groove

Rendezvous in Rio


MLFM – March 2017: Music is Music

id drops: EJ Flavors, T. Grundy; 2Serenity, Macedonia, Doug Fresh
Intro underscore music by Todd Kelley

Ending underscore music by Nicolay

I dig how this playlist came together. I know I have said this before but many times the music takes on a life of it’s on. I start down one road with the tunes and they make a sharp right or left and the end product makes me sit back and say “Whoa” that’s alright. This set of music is some of my favorite Soft Rock music I grew up on in the 70s and I have some jazz. I’m getting to the point where I’m trying to get away from “labeling” music because for me either it’s music I love or I don’t and it doesn’t matter what genre of music it is.

Please reach out to me to let me know what you think of this playlist and as always, PLEASE support these artists by purchasing their music or seeing them live or BOTH.

Enjoy the tunes. Big Shoutout to the Sensei, EJ Flavors for sending me new id drops for this podcast.

MyLoveForMusic Playlist for March 2017

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Let Your Love Flow – The Bellamy Brother

Generation Next – Jackiem Joyner

How Deep Is Your Love – Bee Gees

Good Day – Peter White

Time In A Bottle – Jim Croce

Walking Through Walls – Philip Aaberg

Hard Habit to Break – Chicago

Blue Kiss – Ray Obiedo

Pleasure Over Pain – Al Jarreau

Can We Still Be Friends? – Robert Palmer

Countermoon – Donald Fagen

I Remember That – Prefab Sprout

Climbing In Geometry – William Ackerman

Samba Blue – Michael Franks

Your Smile – Brian Culbertson

Because of You – Gerald Albright

Somebossa (Summer Breezin’) – Al Jarreau/Gerald Albright

Compositions from the Following Albums

Soft Rock 70s


The Greatest Hits: The Record (Disc 2)

Good Day

Singers & Songwriters, Vol. 1

Windham Hill Records Sampler ’89

Chicago 17

Sanctuary: 20 Years of Windham Hill (Disc 2)

Heart’s Horizon

20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection – The Best of Robert Palmer


The Best of Prefab Sprout: A Life of Surprises

Windham Hill Records Sampler ’88

Time Together


Slam Dunk

My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke

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