So I have a lovely online friend who is all hip to the cool new stuff–you know, like Spotify. That’s my way of saying she knows what’s out there and I’m an old geezer. She asked if I had it. I said, “Um… probably not?” That would be because I had no clue what she was talking about! I’ll admit. I thought she meant some SEO plugin for WordPress or something.
So she tells me about this place where you can make awesome playlists and all kinds of cool beans stuff. I looked at dozens of options for JUST ONE SONG! They have some of my favorite artists–people that even my folks parents’ age dodn’t always remember! People like Jo Stafford, The Four Lads, Les Paul and Mary Ford, The Ames Brothers, and more!
But wait… what do they have to do with anything? Who cares about a bunch of “oldie moldies?”
Please excuse me for a few more seconds. I had to revel in good old music for a moment. Now. Guess what Gretchen did? She created playlists!!! For Ante Up! Her playlists have almost all the hymns mentioned in the book! How cool is that? It’s only missing the correct version of “Oh Happy Day” and “Miriam’s Song.” THAT is pretty impressive.
But she didn’t stop there. Then she came up with a purely instrumental list! Can you imagine reading through the BONUS material with a nice playlist in the background? How cool is that? So, thanks, Gretchen for your amazing lists! I’m so excited to share them with everyone!
Here’s the instrumental:
And here’s the vocal:
AND! If you prefer to have links, you can get them here:
Thanks again, Gretchen, for sharing these with us! All that time you put into it…. I can’t thank you enough!