Como and The Ray Charles Singers on the set of...

Well the Ray Charles Singers were  randomly drawn again this week to entertain us. I must say it was TONS better than their last  (but still going in the rethrift pile). One can’t help but think (and fondly recall) the ALOHA at this stormy time of year especially while listening to an album entitled PARADISE ISLAND SONGS OF HAWAII. My awesome & adorable in-laws are still there, since before xmas holidays ~ hopefully,  lapping up the sun for us west coast rainforest Canadian folk. This album is dedicated to them (hugs Barb & Terry) as they enjoy those balmy breezes and tropical beaches.   Hawaii is the 8th least extensive, the 11th least populous, but the 13th most densely populated of the 50 United States. Hawaii’s coastline is approximately 750 miles (1,210 km) long, which is fourth in the United States after Alaska, Florida, and California.  Hawaii’s diverse natural scenery, warm tropical climate, abundance of public beaches and oceanic surrounding, and active volcanoes make it a popular destination for tourists, surfers, biologists, and volcanologists alike.

One can never get enough xylophone, I mean really. “The warm, glowing colours of the world’s most famous tropical setting have been transferred top gorgeously rich and exciting sounds by the Ray Charles Singers in this album”. Hmmm.. I think they missed their mark.  Mahalo for your efforts.  

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About fireygoddess

Fireygoddess is an Island Princess / mermaid ~ living on Vancouver Island in Beautiful British Columbia Canada. She loves cropping photos, her main squeeze / the scuba dude, throwing laundry down the stairs, upcycling, shiny things, sparkles, fluevog shoes and making art from found objects at the beach.

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