Welcome to Musical Monday! Music has been known to affect our emotions. Listening to music can make us happy or sad, relaxed or motivated, put us to sleep or make us want to dance. Music absolutely plucks at our heartstrings bringing to the surface a multitude of emotions.
Someone once described music to me as a time machine. When we listen it often transports us back to a place in time. A certain song can bring back feelings of someone we loved, our wedding day, someone who died, or any of the many important times in our lives.
Music has always been a big part of my life. When I am sad listening to a sad song often allows me to release that sadness. Happy songs tend to take away my sadness. It has helped motivate me to do housework. Yep, just crank up the radio or a music television station and I’m good to go. Warning: Be careful not to turn your music up too loud though. I have actually blown out the speakers in a television once doing this.
I have been known to start singing in a store when a song that I like comes on, I tend to sing along with songs while I am driving, and it isn’t unusual to see me moving to the music in my computer chair as I sit and listen to music.
This week I am posting Television Commercial Jingles of the 1950’s. Please leave a song title of your favorite Television Commercial Jingle of the 1950’s in the comments below. You may see your song posted in upcoming blog posts. Also please take the poll at the end of this post. And if you have enjoyed this blog post don’t forget to sign up to follow my blog so you’ll never miss a Musical Monday post. Follow buttons can be found on the right side of this blog. Thank you!
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Did you recognize the mom in the Kool-Aid commercial? Yvonne DeCarlo?
These are wonderful! Cheryl, you’re a woman after my own heart! Incidentally, one of the better YouTube channels for old ads, Captain Bijou, was shut down. He’s over on Dailymotion now.
Can’t say I recognize the woman. I am glad you enjoyed the commercials! My 23 year old son thought they were funny. Things are just so different today. Glad I grew up when I did! I will be checking out Dailymotion. Thanks for stopping by.
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