Song 43:365 is my version of Whitney Houston’s Saving All My Love for You. Written by songwriting duo Michael Masser and Gerry Goffin, it was originally recorded by Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. in 1978, but it wasn’t until 1985 when it appeared on Whitney Houston’s debut self-titled album that it became a hit.
Today’s tune is Octobre, a beautiful song by Francis Cabrel taken from the 1994 album Samedi Soir Sur La Terre. To this day it’s Cabrel’s best-selling album, and the 2nd best-selling album in France of all time.
Today I’m playing a beautiful song written by actress Amanda Seyfried called Little House. It was included in the soundtrack of the movie Dear John in which she starred.
We had friends over last night and were enjoying an 80s playlist in the garden. This particular song had everyone singing along – something I never thought I’d see! Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love For You was written by song-writing giants Michael Masser and Gerry Goffin and was originally recorded by George Benson in 1985. However, it became particularly famous after Hawaiian singer Glen Medeiros released it in 1987. No surprise then that we decided that 1987 was the best musical year of the 80s last night!
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