We'll start out this edition with something really nice ...
"Ain't No Woman (Like the One I Got)" by Jeff Golub feat. Richard Elliot from Golub's seventh solo album Grand Central (2007)
This album Grand Central has quite a list of guest performers including Richard Elliot (on saxophone). Of course, "Ain't No Woman (Like the One I Got)" was performed most famously by the Four Tops and appeared on the group's 1972 album Keeper of the Castle.
According to The Keeper of All Knowledge, the song was written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter and first recorded by the soft rock trio Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds for their 1972 Hallway Symphony album.
Next up, another great 1970s piece ...
"Let the Music Play" by Barry White from the album of same name (1976)
What an incredible voice that Barry White had. And this video version features a nice photo-montage of White.
And we'll end with something suitably Saturday night upbeat and all around wonderful ...
"Mama Can't Buy You Love" by Elton John from his Extended Play The Thom Bell Sessions (1979)
I'm not sure I like Elton John as a person today, but we'll leave that aside.
OK, that's all for now. Please see my previous entry for a Saturday Evening Post. My next planned entry might be tomorrow if only to note Yeaster, otherwise it will be early next week.