Still Haven’t Found What You’re Looking For? (3)

TLee Michaels' 'Fifth'his month’s search entries show a definite trend. Apparently some of you watched this year’s Grammys. If you saw James Taylor perform, tell me how it was. I somehow managed to miss the entire thing.

This month’s search phrases:

  • don’t know why by norah jones
  • and i don’t know why i didn’t come
  • come away with me
  • norah jones—Okay, we get the point. Eight Grammys. It’s been a very long time since anyone managed that trick. Plenty of details at Norah’s official site.
  • 14 days since i don’t know when you know what i mean—Lee Michaels—Do You Know What I Mean? from his album ‘Fifth’, released in 1971. One of the last great albums of the 60s; if you know what I mean.
  • Graham Nash's 'Songs for Beginners'chicago—The group? Terry Kath was an amazing guitarist and writer. The song? On Graham Nash’s stellar 1971 debut “Songs for Beginners.” “Better Days”, “Simple Man”, “There’s Only One”, “Chicago”; an album full of brilliant lyrics and marvelous melodies. One of the most significant albums ever released.
  • finding forresterRight here.
  • jazz—Well, no shortage of it here.
  • royal carribean commercial musicSingles, posted May 2002; about half way down.

Hope to see you again soon.