Showing recordings 1-10 of 186 that were created in 2012 by CharlieAnderson. The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a different year or the page links further down to view more recordings for the currently selected year.
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of Billy Joel
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DollDuffer & Friends Sponsorship Contest III The Grand Finale (contestant's choice) The More truth you speak, the more truth you hear. It's as simple as that. Puts all lie detectors to shame. Thank you for listening. And thank you to everyone involved in this contest for any length of time and to whatever capacity. Job well done.
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of George Jones
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COUNTRY SONG PICK YOUR OWN TEAM CONTEST Round 3 ANY COUNTRY SONG THAT WAS RELEASED BETWEEN JANUARY 1970 THRU DECEMBER 1989 I have really enjoyed this contest so far and this round should be a blast. Thanks for clicking and sticking. :) - Charlie
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of Kenny Rogers
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I love karaoke! I've always liked this tune. Great message. Kenny Rogers always sang about fighting the good fight. And he often reminded us of how love will, in fact, turn us all around. Thanks for listening.
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of Anne Murray
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I chose this song because I love the message. It's about humility. I also wanted to choose a more traditional song celebrating the nativity and the miracle of the Saviour's birth. Don't get me wrong. The modern stuff is super and no Christmas is complete without some Jingle Bell Rockin'. But during that quiet space of time just after the kid/s have fallen asleep and just before Santa arrives I like to sit down on the couch and take a deep breath and enjoy the silence. I usually offer a prayer of thanks. (That's the only kind of prayer I know, really.) And I try to envision how it must have been to behold an event so momentous and miraculous set to such a humble and serene setting. I also like this song because it is a march. My grandfather was a retired Lt. Col. in the U.S. Army and he always appreciated a good marching tune. I miss him at Christmas time. Thank you for clicking on me. Merry Christmas. -Charlie