Friday, January 30, 2009

First Presidency Song

Having a hard time remembering the Prophet and apostles? This should help. :-)

A note from the people who wrote the song.

"We also have songs for every scripture mastery verse for all four years of seminary. You can find them on then search "sons of ammon". We are not trying to be 'Superman' by witholding our names. We just don't want credit (or blame for that matter) We are just happy that others are benefitting from some talent we have been given."

Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Groovaloos

THE GROOVALOOS - SuperStars of Dance - USA Team - 1st Performance

THE GROOVALOOS - SuperStars of Dance - USA team - 2nd Performance

Superstars of Dance Team USA! What a fabulous perfomance. The highlight of the evening in my opinion. I don't know how many of you have seen superstars of dance. You can see all of the episodes on Hulu. It is real fun to see all of the different cultures and styles of dance come together.

As far as the show is concerned I have to say I agree with many of my peers in that the judging dosn't make any sence. First they are like - "Incredible, Amazing, Outstanding, 8" then they are like, "You weren't very good, 8." But all of the judges seem to agree these dances were amazing, incredible, outstanding, 10!

The Groovaloos - Superstars of Dance

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Bugs Bunny - Cotton Eye Joe

SO, Zane and I found this on the internet and we were both laughing so hard. I remember this song from church dances when I was a kid. Fun to dance too. I think Bugs had fun dancing to it too.

A bit of history -

"The precise origins of this song are unclear, although it predates the American Civil War.

Over the years, many different versions of the song have been performed and/or recorded with many different versions of the lyrics (and many without lyrics). Cotton-eyed Joe, on occasion referred to as "the South Texas National Anthem", was played for minstrel-type jigs, and has long been popular as a square dance hoedown and a couple dance polka. During the first half of the twentieth century the song was a widely known folk song all over English-speaking North America. One Discography lists 134 recorded versions released since 1950. In more recent decades, the song has waned in popularity in most regions except some parts of the American South where it is still a popular folk song."

For the full article click here

Cotton Eye Joe - Rednex

Monday, January 5, 2009

Everytime it Rains

I recently discovered this song. I also had never heard of Charlotte Martin before. It is one of those the more I hear it the more I like it. The first time I heard it I was intrigued and since then my like for the song has only grown. I am excited to see what other stuff she has out there.

Every Time it Rains - Charlotte Martin