Love Songs – Day 1
TCD Managing Editor Lisa Townsel‘s Picks:
“Quando, quando, quando” — Michael Bublé and Nelly Furtado: The thick, intoxicating word play here is infectious. Anyone who has ever loved knows how it feels to be this head over heels for someone.
“Hold Me” — Thomas Whitfield: I am not sure that this is supposed to be a love song, but it is, especially for my husband and me, who both respect practically everything that this man produced. It’s striking, refined and … just us!
“Don’t Know Much” — Aaron Neville and Linda Ronstadt: Okay, the English is a little flat, and my husband can’t stand the sound of this guy’s voice, but I love Neville and Ronstadt’s voices together and really feel a euphoric love whenever I hear this. Love, pure and simple.
B93.3’s CV and Jane: “Listen to Jane and CV mornings from 5:30 to 10 on B93.3”
Jane‘s Pick: (Brace yourself … she is not a fan of the ballads)…..
“Goodbye Earl” — the Dixie Chicks: Hey, it’s a relationship song, right???
CV: “Your Song” — Elton John: Years ago, a boy asked that I play it on my show TO me, From him. Awwww.
CV: “Everytime I Think Of You” — Babys: I’ve loved it ever since I heard it for the first time off my K-Tel Power Explosion album. (Don’t remember it? Hear more below.)
Look for more Power of Three: Love Songs in the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, right here on ThirdCoast Digest.