A Star is Born (1976) Written by William A. Wellman, Robert Carson, John Gregory Dunne, Joan Didion & Frank Pierson Directed by Frank Pierson
Let Your Love Flow (live, 1976) :: Bellamy Brothers "Just let your love flow like a mountain stream, and let your love grow with the smallest of dreams, and let your love show and you'll know what I mean - it's the season."
Test the midnight train headlights :: Random Song of the Day
This house is haunted :: My Top 5 Haunted House Movies
One of These Things First :: Nick Drake from the album, Bryter Layter (1970) "I could have been your pillar, could have been your door, I could have stayed beside you, could have stayed for more. Could have been your statue, could have been your friend, a whole long lifetime could have been the end. I could be yours so true."
They Don't Know (1979) :: Kirsty MacColl "No I don't listen to their wasted lines, got my eyes wide open and I see the signs. But they don't know about us, and they've never heard of love."
Born to Run :: Bruce Springsteen from the album, Born to Run (1975) Happy Birthday, Born to Run! 40 years! "Just wrap your legs 'round these velvet rims, and strap your hands 'cross my engines, together we could break this trap. We'll run till we drop, baby we'll never go back, oh-oh, will you walk with me out on the wire, `cause baby I'm just a scared and lonely rider, but I gotta know how it feels; I want to know if love is wild."
The Jean Genie :: David Bowie from the album, Aladdin Sane (1973) "A small Jean Genie snuck off to the city, strung out on lasers and slash back blazers, and ate all your razors while pullin' the waiters, talking bout Monroe and walkin' on snow white, New York's a go-go and everything tastes right; poor little Greene."
Mother of Pearl (live) :: Roxy Music from the album, Stranded (1973) "It's the same old story, all love and glory, it's a pantomime. If you're looking for love, in a looking glass world, it's pretty hard to find."
List Your Favorite Songs from the 70’s courtesy of Music Listography : Your Life In (Play)Lists Editor’s Note: Wow, this one was even harder, probably because this decade was my childhood and I remember so many songs from my mother's collection, and as the years went on, my collection, of records. I have such a … Continue reading You Are Home :: The 70’s