Rambling Musical Commentary: Silly Fool, You Can’t Change Your Fate

It’s the witching hour…

Join LadyG as she shares a storytime about a family reunion, colorism, mama, Florida cousins, and her favorite R&B/Soul jams from 1979-ish.

**Post titles always include a lyric from one of the songs highlighted in the audio.

Interview with Nile Rodgers from Chic

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Music: Zoser Give’s Something Old and Something New

Zoser performing at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

Hello my loves! It’s LadyG, here to present you with music from Seattle artist, Zoser!

Today, I give you Zoser’s rendition of “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay,” and one of his latest releases entitled “Ain’t Basic.”

For the ATLiens in the house, note that in “Ain’t Basic,” Zoser refers to eating sushi since he was a little kid.

Well, as one of his “aunties,” I can confirm that he’s probably referring to Ru Sans near Piedmont park.

That was one of his Mama’s sushi spots back in the day!

For those of you who don’t know, his mother is “The Other LadyG.”

LOL!!!

Please listen and comment to let me know what you think. I am particularly interested in your thoughts about his version of the old school jam!

Or, you can hit him up at Zoserofficial to let him know what you think!

Enjoy!

Zo in Seattle. I believe he is overlooking the Puget Sound
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

Rambling Musical Commentary: Where Funky People Play

Join LadyG as she shares a storytime about PAY DAY, little brothers, popcorn shrimp, mama, daddy, Becky, hamburgers, “class ” and her favorite R&B/Soul jams from 1978-ish

**Post titles always include a lyric from one of the songs highlighted in the audio.

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Rambling Musical Commentary: We Can Take Forever Just a Minute at a Time

Join LadyG as she shares a storytime about some big ass pancakes, a gaggle of cousins, cane syrup, Uncle Bill, Madea, and her favorite R&B/Soul jams from 1977-ish.

**Post titles always include a lyric from one of the songs highlighted in the audio.

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Rambling Musical Commentary: My Magic Potion for Love

Join me, Lady G, for a storytime about a magical birthday gift from Mama.

In this post, I’ll also be sharing my favorite soul jams from 1976-ish.

Join me next Sunday for 1977.

*Title of the post comes from a lyric in one of the selected songs.

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Rambling Musical Commentary: Nothing Can Be Better Than a Sweet Love Song

Join Lady G as she shares a story about her sweet first grade, ukelele playing teacher, along with her favorite jams from 1975-ish.

*Post titles are always taken from the lyrics of one of the songs highlighted in LadyG’s ramble.

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Rambling Musical Commentary: When the Time Sets the Sun to the Moon

Join LadyG as she shares a storytime along with her favorite jams from the 1974-ish era 🙂

*Titles for these posts are always taken from one of the highlighted song’s lyrics

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Never Heard it Like THIS Before!

Coming to you LIVE and DIRECT from Seattle, WA…

By way of Augusta, GA!

I give you my “play-nephew…”

Zoser!

He’s the youngest son of my “sister…”

“The Other Lady G!”

I’ve talked about “The Other Lady G” many times before on this blog!

Anyway…

Check out Zoser singing a snippet of Schoolhouse Rock’s “I’m Just A Bill.”

Yeah, you might have heard it before, but I guar-UN-TEE you ain’t never heard it like this before!

Check him out at Zoser Official!

Tell him that Auntie Gwin sent you!

Dat boi shole is good.. ain’t he?

LOL!

Rambling Musical Commentary: Pick Up On The Fact

Mama, The Baby and ME! Picture taken by Daddy

Join LadyG as she continues her storytelling stroll through a 1970’s winter wonderland.

Come along as I tell some tales about my experiences as a youngster in the Year of Our Lord 1973.

And of course, I’ll be talking much trash and sharing my favorite soul jams from that year.

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Rambling Musical Commentary: Gotta Make it For You…Gotta Make it For Me

Join LadyG as she shares off-key singing, storytelling and a few of her favorite soul/R&B jams from 1972.

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