January 27, 2008

Black and White

There's a saying in Reformed circles that goes something like this. "When I became a Christian, I got rid of my rock music and started listening to Christian music. Then when I became Reformed, I got rid of the Christian music and went back to the good stuff."

I can sorta relate to that, though I've always tended to like black artists and the Motown sound more than rock and roll. When I first heard this song on the radio, I assumed it was a black Motown artist. Little did I realize it was little Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien from west London. Turns out that Dusty herself was a fan of black R&B sounds. She sang this song on television 44 years ago this month.

Thanks Coach

Thank you our coach Harry Carter!!! Still more work but appreciate the time he has put into these boys. pic.twitter.com/nRdzmVdkxJ — Team...