Posts Tagged ‘ Frank Sinatra ’

Volume 56: The moon

By special request (thanks for asking, Katja), today’s songs are about the moon… No specific order, I like them all 🙂 And since they are all great you get 10 instead of 5 songs today 🙂

Katie Melua – Blame it on the moon

Elvis Presley – Blue moon of Kentucky

The Police – walking on the moon (cool version from Sting alone: click here)

Sting (again) – Moon over Bourbon Street (Chris Botti on the trumpet)

Nat King Cloe – Fly me to the moon (very nice versions are coming from many others including Frank Sinatra – but he get’s his song right below…)

Frank Sinatra – Moon River

Lyle Lovett – Moon on my shoulder (Lyle Lovett is a country songwriter with a very special voice…)

Claude Debussy – Clair de lune played by David Oistrakh (If I had to pick just ONE – this would be it, I have posted it in here before… You’ve heard it in many movies – I like this version in particular)

Cat Stevens – Moonshadow (last but not least…)

Michael Buble – Moondance (by Van Morrison) can not be embedded, please click here

Volume 6: Kitty Hawk

After driving along the coast we ended up in Kitty Hawk. The name did ring a bell – first flight of brothers Wright. So today we listen to songs about flying…

Reinhard Mey – Über den Wolken

Steve Miller – Fly like an eagle

Peter, Paul and Mary – Leaving on a jet plane

My man: Frank Sinatra – Fly me to the moon

And another great guy: Dean Martin – Volare (italian for flying)