Happy Song

I have a video of " All God's Children Have a Place in the Choir" which is a very bouncy  old country style song which I can't seem to transfer to our bulletin board,  If you want to perk up your day, email me and I will forward it to you.  Jill.


Chocolate Cake

Hi everyone I told about this great recipe for the best chocolate cake I have ever  tasted.  I inadvertently posted it on the Spirit's Call Choir bulletin board.  So if you want to look at it switch to the Spirits Call's page and tap Bulletin Board.  Sorry about this,  Jill

Chocolate Cake


Glen Campbell plays 'William Tell Overture'

For most of the 1960s, Glen Campbell's brilliant guitar playing was known only by a select few top recording studios and artists. Long before Glen became known nationally as an outstanding vocalist, actor and TV personality, he was one of the most in-demand recording studio guitarists in the world. He could have earned a 7-figure annual income as a high-end, asked-for studio guitarist for years on end if that had been all he cared to do. How good was he? The Lone Ranger knows! You will enjoy.

Take a look at this video. It doesn’t get much better than this. "The William Tell Overture" by Giaochino Rossini. Many of us grew up watching the Lone Ranger and Tonto on black and white television. Years later, many of us watched the Glen Campbell show on TV as well. This video is a clip of a younger Glen Campbell playing the William Tell Overture (with symphony orchestra) and dedicating it to Clayton Moore, who played the Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels, who played Tonto. You may never have seen Glen play like this before.

This is world-class guitar playing and Campbell makes it look easy; note he is playing a 12 string! The sounds of Glen Campbell on guitar and the symphony orchestra playing Rossini's "William Tell Overture" will take you back to those golden days of yesteryear, when the strains of Rossini's masterpiece coming over the radio meant the Lone Ranger show was about to begin.