Wendy’s Birthday Medley

She proudly calls herself a “Beatle Baby” but she’s actually much more than that. Wendy, shown below in 1975, loves all types of music, as this medley will show.
Perhaps it was the steady flow of Beatles music she heard around the house in her (very) early years that first influenced her love of music, but over the years she acquired quite a few other favorites … and that was very cool because I always encouraged her to spread her musical wings and embrace it all.
Today, as she celebrates her birthday, this medley represents just a few of those artists she came to admire. It is presented here with so much love and so much respect for the remarkable woman she grew up to be.
Happy Birthday, Wen! ❤

Play button is on the left … Volume slider is on the right

Wendy’s Birthday Medley!

Fleetwood Mac – Tom Petty – Beatles
Mamas & Papas – Aerosmith – Jim Croce
Queen – John Lennon – John Denver

Comments (6)

  1. Marty

    Great taste in music, just like her dad! Our children were raised on a steady diet of exceptional music. Happy Birthday to your Wendy!

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Marty. Wendy has such an incredible love of music. Both of her kids have the same affinity for it and are exceptional multi-instrumentalists and singers. I am a very lucky (and proud) Dad.

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  2. Jane Abbott Sweatt

    Thanks for creating all these opportunities to listen to fun music Ray! It’s lots of fun to hear the music again.
    Janie

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Jane, thank you. It is my pleasure to do it.

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  3. Jane Abbott Sweatt

    Ray is there anyone out there who does this wonderful job with different classic music or country music? Do you know of anyone? Besides enjoying music as long as one can freely so so speak on Pandora or other sources. Which maybe the answer right?
    Thanks for your thoughts.
    Janie Abbott Sweatt

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    1. Ray (Post author)

      Jane, Pandora and Spotify are both good (if you can put up with the commercials on the “free” subscription.) If you want long medleys of specific classic or country music, please feel free to drop me a line with requests … as many as you want. You can always write to me at Raylemire@aol.com or leave the requests here as a reply.

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