Diana M. Raab has a great article in Huffington Post where the topic is music – and our genre has a special role in her life:
Back in 2001, while recovering from breast cancer surgery, I turned to new age music to help heal me. Some of my favorites were Nawang Khechog, Chinmaya Dunster, Michael Benghiat, Margot Arnaud, Kim Roberston and Singh Kaur.
Not that I actually remember the music which played the year I was born, but a quick scan of the Internet tells me that in that year the popular songs were sung by The Chords, Doris Day, Tony Bennett, Perry Como, B. B. King, Nat King Cole and the Gaylords. Fast forwarding to my adolescence, the song which rings in my mind connected to Phil, is the Beatles’ song, “Let it Be,” a song played over and over during the time we were dating, and on that continues to be a favorite of mine. tevie Wonder’s “You Are the Sunshine of My Life,” was my wedding song, and our first dance in the late 1970s.
Read it here. It is very inspirational.