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MUSIC MONDAY Cole Porter’s song “Anything goes” was also used in the Francis Schaeffer film WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE HUMAN RACE?

Cole Porter’s song “Anything goes” was also used in the Francis Schaeffer film WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE HUMAN RACE? _______________ It’s De-Lovely – Anything Goes.mpg Anything Goes (song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the Cole Porter song. For other songs with the same title, see Anything Goes […]

“Music Monday” THE BEATLES (Breaking down the song “Eleanor Rigby” Part B and the issue of LONELINESS) Featured artist is Robert Morris

  _ The song ELEANOR RIGBY was a huge hit because it connected so well with “all the lonely people.” The line that probably best summed up how many people felt was: “All the lonely people, Where do they all come from? All the lonely people, Where do they all belong?” Francis Schaeffer believed in engaging the secular […]

“Music Monday” THE BEATLES (Breaking down the song “Eleanor Rigby” Part A and the issue of DEATH ) Featured artist is Joe Tilson

Eleanor Rigby-The Beatles No one remembered Eleanor Rigby enough to come to her funeral. It is sad but Francis Schaeffer points out King Solomon’s words on death from 3000 years ago and they seem similar to the song’s conclusion. Eleanor Rigby – PAUL McCARTNEY The Beatles Cartoon – Eleanor Rigby. Uploaded on Feb 21, 2012 […]

Open Letter #48 to Ricky Gervais on comparison of the Tony of AFTER LIFE to the Solomon of ECCLESIASTES, Francis Schaeffer “This view of Solomon must end in failure philosophically and also in emotional desperation” Christ offers a solution! (Plus Believers in Arkansas come together during time of turmoil in nation and perform the song “The Blessing” written by Kari Jobe & Cody Carnes)

—- —- — After Life #1 Trailer —- I listened to this question and answer session at Harvard in 1992 on cassette tapes and was captivated with Ravi Zacharias. His responses were so much better than Kath’s responses to Tony in AFTER LIFE. I have referenced work by Ravi many times in the past and […]

MUSIC MONDAY The Rolling Stones, Now!

Rolling Stones – “Little Red Rooster.” 1965 — — — The Rolling Stones, Now! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Rolling Stones, Now! Studio album by The Rolling Stones Released 13 February 1965 (United States) Recorded 10 June – 8 November 1964, except “Mona (I Need You Baby)”, 3–4 January 1964 Genre Rhythm and blues[1] Length […]

“Music Monday” THE BEATLES (Breaking down “REVOLUTION 9” Part B) Astrid Kirchherr is featured Photographer

In 1967 the Beatles had honored Stockhausen by putting his photo on the cover of their Sergeant Pepper [sic] album. When John Lennon was murdered in December 1980, Stockhausen said in a telephone interview: “Lennon often used to phone me. He was particularly fond of my Hymnen and Gesang der Jünglinge, and got many things […]

“Music Monday” THE BEATLES (Breaking down “REVOLUTION 9” Part A) Featured photographer is John Loengard

Have you ever had the chance to contrast the music of Bach with that of the song Revolution 9 by the Beatles? Francis Schaeffer pointed out, “Bach as a Christian believed that there was resolution for the individual and for history. As the music that came out of the Biblical teaching of the Reformation was […]

MUSIC MONDAY “Songs on Gossip” and message by Adrian Rogers!

— —Go Go’s Our lips are sealed Green Day “Things I heard Today” I heard a rumor https://youtu.be/m-DZQ80vEVI Blank space by Taylor Swift Lyrics And music by Hunter Hatcher And I know, that you know.Can’t tell a soul. What to do?And I know, I told you so.And you know what to do. The Meanest Member […]

“Music Monday” (Modern Lovers Punk Band) I have lots of young people come to us and [they] can’t find any meaning to life. It’s the meaning of the words “punk rock.” SCHAEFFER TAKES LOOK AT ECCLESIASTES AND THE ISSUE OF SEXUAL PROMISCUITY (Last Letter I Wrote To HUGH HEFNER)

__ —- The Modern Lovers Read in another language Watch this page Edit Learn more rock band led by Jonathan Richman in the 1970s and 1980s. The original band existed from 1970 to 1974 but their recordings were not released until 1976 or later. It featured Richman and bassist Ernie Brooks with drummer David Robinson […]

“Music Monday” THE BEATLES, Breaking down the song “BLACKBIRD” Part B (Featured Photographer is Jürgen Vollmer)

Since racial tensions were extremely high in the 1960’s I am adding a part two to my last post. I grew up in Memphis and was a resident when MLK Jr. was unfortunately assassinated. Just two months later Paul McCartney wrote the song BLACKBIRD because of this assassination. Francis Schaeffer also spoke out strongly against […]