This kind of music lifts one’s soul, literally to heaven. It clears the mind, soothes the heart and brings peace to the soul. It fine tunes you to love, to care,  and to worship.

This is in contrast to heavy metal rock music with subliminal message of hate and anguish leading to depression, anti-social personality and crime…ever wondered why most rock star commit crime, abuse drugs and end up in suicide?

If Gregorian kind of music is AIRED in mainstream radio then many people will be healed… of mind, body and soul…





Was feeling down and suddenly,this made me smile! Rick Astley is so wholesome!


His first solo offering was “Never Gonna Give You Up“, recorded on New Year’s Day 1987, and released eight months later, in August. Astley’s distinctive rich, deep voice combined with dance pop, made the song an immediate success,[13] spending five weeks at the top of the British charts and becoming the year’s highest-selling single. The song was also a worldwide number one hit, topping the charts in 24 other countries, including the U.S., Australia, and Germany. It would become the first of 13 (worldwide) top 30 hit singles for him. “Never Gonna Give You Up” won Best British single at the 1988 BPI awards (now called the BRIT Awards),[14] and he performed the hit in front of a global audience of 100 million.[2][15]


After 1993, Astley decided to retire from the music industry at the young age of 27 deciding that family life was more important.   During Astley’s time out of the music business, he raised his daughter Emilie, born in 1992. Thus, for much of the 1990s and early 2000s, Astley remained largely out of the spotlight. One notable musical appearance by Astley during retirement was as a backing singer on The Lion King soundtrack in 1994.[11]

Here and Now 2008

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