My Favourite Songs

mp3 Versions
Music
& Video
Lyrics
Artist Comment
Theme To "Band of Brothers" (TV series 2001)
NONE
Michael Kamen very moving by association with must-see TV series and WWII - Kamen died in 2003 aged only 55
When you say nothing at all (Notting Hill 1999)
  Out of this world acting, and Julia Roberts - WOW!
Please Forgive Me (1993)
Bryan Adams  
I Will Aways Love You (1992)
Whitney Houston

sublime, awesome, divine, sad, unforgettable
1) Kevin Costner's speech at her funeral in 2012
2) Costner talks about her in an interview

It's who you love (1992)   PLAY LINK Don Williams one of my absolute favourites
There She Goes (1988)
The La's/Lee Mavers strangely haunting (US : VERSION)
Wonderful Life (1987)
Black (Colin Vearncombe) video by Zucchero - absolutely magical photo series
Hungry Eyes - ("Dirty Dancing" - 1987)
Bill Medley, Jennifer Warnes 2nd video memorial to sadly missed Patrick Swayze
 Moonlight Shadow (1983)
Maggie Reilly a haunting song and melody
Jambo Bwana (1982 - IN SWAHILI!)
Them Mushrooms happy - so evocative of Africa
Mary's Boy Child (1981)
Boney M. a lovely Christmas song beautifully sung
Always On My Mind (1973)
Elvis Presley Elvis was always "The King", not Michael Jackson!
Dark-Eyed Sailor (1970)
Steeleye-Span traditional English songs of my university days
L'Etranger (1969 - in French)
Nana Mouskouri BONUS SONG a beautiful love-poem from an amazing artist
Interlude (1968)
Timi Yuro a lesser-known but phenomenal singer
Cactus Tree (1968)
Joni Mitchell wistful, romantic, regretful - from the unique and sublime Joni
The Last Thing On My Mind (1966)
 
Turn, Turn, Turn (1965)
The Byrds the Human Condition (Youtube with lyrics)
Chimes of Freedom (1965)
The Byrds no group like The Byrds, and maybe none better
a homage to freedom (Youtube & lyrics)
Catch The Wind (1965)
Donovan sad, wistful, romantic
Losing You (1963)
Brenda Lee she is SO underrated
All Alone Am I (1963)
Sweet Little Sixteen (1958)   Chuck Berry Just awesomely brilliant ... R.I.P. and thanks Chuck