Previous William Thomas Sherman Info Page postings, quotes, observations, etc.
["Gigliola Cinquetti - La Lluvia" -- b&w tv show] and ["( Gigliola Cinquetti ) - "La Violetera"]
False Heaven is above you;
False Hell is below.
True Heaven is before you
If you'll but keep
The faith, looking
Cast your votes! (As usual, you may need to adjust the YouTube sound to its right setting on some of these.)
["Tony & The Bandits - It's A Bit of Allright"];["The American Breed - Bend Me, Shape Me (HQ)" -- b&w tv show]; ["Paul Revere and The Raiders - Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon" --color tv show Apr. 1969]; ["The Sorrows - Take A Heart (1966)_HQ" -- live b&w footage]
Although Gipsy Kings' "Best of" was one of our earliest "recommendations," we did not at that time have direct downloads from this website, or even amazon.com downloads or YouTube, to provide music samples. I thought then we might now post one of the most especially resilient and memorable tracks on that album. Resilient because "La Montana" goes (or can go) straight to your soul. Now that sounds like a corny thing to say, but strangely enough one can, with the very slightest of effort, "hum" it to oneself through and through (or at least refrain upon refrain) without making or hearing any noise except deep, deep within -- hence then the song's peculiarly "soulful" character. Possibly you will or have experienced the same.
["Montana (Gipsy Kings)"]
His fate is to be brought up on charges for something doesn't even remember doing.
The heart has riches, depth, and variety like the mind, only the way to know and find them is different. But just as it is necessary to think in order to get anywhere with the mind, a heart only grows if it can feel to begin with.
If, as they say, necessity is the mother of invention, then how many occasions were there when you ought to have been more inventive and creative than you were?
Just for he record, I blame essentially every and all my woes on trouble-making, good-for-nothing (and who is a ghost), and all my worst negativity is directed to him and to him alone. Among his other tricks, he robs you of real value and then pretends to reimburse you for what he stole by unloading on you his junk (as if that was actually worth something.)