MusicMonday: Walk on by - Dionne Warwick

The first of many guest #MusicMondays is this one chosen by Suma, my once upon a time Twitter friend who is now a real life friend. Photographer and lovely person, Suma is actually the reason that I started doing a #MusicMonday and she consistently comes up with really great choices so I have to keep on top of my game. I'd like to think that after a year of doing this we've now influenced our music collections, for the better.

She chose this classically wonderful song to honour the memory of Hal David who recently died. He was Burt Bacharach's song-writing partner and is responsible for so many instantly recognisable songs, like this one.
This week's Instagrams are a one city show. Berlin, you have impressed me more than I thought you would, and my expectations were high. I wonder if you'll be our home for a while...P.S. I'm still looking for a few more #MusicMondays if you have a song you'd like to share. Let me know.

Frances M. Thompson

Londoner turned wanderer, Frankie is an author, freelance writer and blogger. Currently based in Amsterdam, Frankie was nomadic for two years before starting a family with her Australian partner. Frankie is the author of three short story collections, and is a freelance writer for travel and creative brands. In 2017, she launched WriteNOW Cards, affirmation cards for writers that help build a productive and positive writing practice. When not writing contemporary fiction, Frankie shops for vintage clothes, dances to 70s disco music and chases her two young sons around Amsterdam.
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