#PeaceSongTuesday

Since we still have this terrible war in the current conflict in Eastern Europe going, I would like to continue playing songs for peace and unity in this world for a while.

What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye

In Love and Light

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Erika, great song. As a singer, you might appreciate a part of the documentary called “The Making of Motown” where it is revealed how Gaye wrote this song. It showed how he weaved six different streams together to build the song. It layers each new stream onto the others and the song appears. It is amazing. Apparently, he wanted to create a bustle of noise in the song. Keith

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Wow, this is the way of experimenting I love. That’s how great new things are born. I will check out if I find the documentary on Netflix. Thanks a lot for the hint, Keith!

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Marvin Gaye,What’s Going On
Paul McCartney, Pipes of Peace
George Harrison, Give me Love
Bob Marley, One Love

You might have used some of these already! 🌍 ✌🏼 🌎 ✌🏼 🌏

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Yes, I posted Marvin Gaye right today πŸ˜‚
But probably not the other ones. For sure not Pipes of peace (I love that one) and Give me Love. Great hints, Sis. Thank you so much 😘

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Then you must have needed it completely. So, thank you for still making the efforts and thinking about some songs. I cannot wait to share Pipes of Peace πŸ’–

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