To see thee more clearly
Love thee more dearly
Follow thee more nearly
Anna Maria Perez de Tagle acted in Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak’s musical, “Godspell”, at the Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Hunter Parrish and Telly Leung in the cast from October 13, 2011 – December 23, 2011.
Music from the blood stained organ in the Simmons’ place
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken is a 1966 hilariously scary comedy starring Don Knotts. The music is by Vic Mizzy. The song below is a remake that Donnie found, while we were at Circle Sky, by an unknown artist. It is very groovy, my favorite version.
All in all, they would have about 50 hits in Holland!
Melody Hill was the Circle Sky Records official magazine while we were open between 2002 and 2010. We published a new issue as often as we could and had a total of fifteen. The following article was written by me and was published in the Premiere Issue of Melody Hill. The smoking cat is mine and is an incense burner with a cone inside. The artwork on the pumpkin, that I bought at Michaels, was drawn by Donnie Thompson and carved out by Richard Golden. The psychedelic font we used is called MAMA and the groovy girl photo I just found on the internet. Enjoy!
Joseph Michael “Dusty” Hill was born in Dallas, Texas, May 19, 1949. He began singing for money with his older brother Rocky when he was 8. Dusty went to Woodrow Wilson High School where he played cello, listened to blues music and learned the bass to be in his brothers band.
The Dixie Dregs on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno January 7, 1993. They throw in some Eddie Cochran, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Knack, in the middle of the song. The quality is VHS but it is certainly entertaining.
One of my favorite albums is “All Over The Place” by the Bangles. I had just gotten a job at MSA in the mailroom, thanks to my friend Thomas F Jones, (I would later become a computer technician there). Their radio was tuned to WZGC (Z-93) and daily I would hear Walk Like An Egyptian and Manic Monday.
An Evening of Yes Music Plus is a recording of the group’s concert at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, on September 9, 1989 that was originally broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio program.
Geoff Stephens was born October 1, 1934 in New Southgate, North London, England. He started out writing songs for amateur theatricals while working as a school teacher, air traffic controller and silk screen printer. His first hit was in 1964, “Tell Me When”, co-written with Les Reed, a Top 10 hit for The Applejacks. Later that same year, with Peter Eden, he discovered and managed Donovan.