Doc V | You're so Right for What's Wrong

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You're so Right for What's Wrong

by Doc V

Doc's got to be one of the most versatile singers around. Make sure you listen to several of his songs. There are some that are jazz and others that are country. He won't disappoint! All proceeds go to helping people in need such as the homeless, and hurt
Genre: Pop: New Romantic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nice Work If You Can Get It
2:38 $0.99
2. Oh! Look at Me Now
2:48 $0.99
3. You're so Right (For What's Wrong in My Life)
4:06 $0.99
4. Sway
3:07 $0.99
5. I've Got You Under My Skin
3:32 $0.99
6. Moondance
4:16 $0.99
7. If
2:34 $0.99
8. Fly Me to the Moon
2:32 $0.99
9. (Love Is) the Tender Trap
2:56 $0.99
10. Beautiful Crazy
3:12 $0.99
11. To Make You Feel My Love
3:55 $0.99
12. It Had Better Be Tonight
3:07 $0.99
13. How Deep Is Your Love
4:24 $0.99
14. They Can't Take That Away from Me
3:12 $0.99
15. You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine
4:00 $0.99
16. What Hurts the Most
3:35 $0.99
17. You Don't Know Me
4:09 $0.99
18. Send in the Clowns
3:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
You’re So Right Album Comments
The reason I did this album is because I wanted to express the ‘ins and outs’ of falling in love. I think the songs I have chosen express that well from beginning to end. This is my second album about love. I have fallen in love before and this album goes through the phases and stages from the excitement of first meeting someone to having to break up, and then finally settling in that it is ‘really over’. But the good thing is that if it is ‘true love’, it’s never over, is it? You never know, there is always another chance in the future.

I came up with the title of "You're So Right For What's Wrong" from the title song #3 on the album for two reasons. One was I wanted to express the part of going through the 'falling in love' stage and what those feelings were, the “Wow, You’re Perfect for EVERY AREA OF MY LIFE’. Which I realize now, with age, that it is not very realistic. And the second reason why I like this song is because I had never heard it before and was intrigued at Frank Sinatra's interpretation of it. To me Mr. Sinatra was the best singer ever, and I noticed that although he was older when he recorded it, he still put such great heart, emotion, and expression into it! I really wanted to try to capture that feeling, with my twist on it.

At the time, I was really going through some things concerning love, myself. Like I said, when you truly fall in love, it seems like some people can fill everything that is a need in your life but like this song I realized that that isn’t really so. In fact, the line ‘it is filling every need’ is really not true. As I realized that no one can do what this song says "You fill every void in my life" it helped me realize when I looked at love, if you don’t spiritualize it, you could be looking at things unrealistically. How impossible it is to be someone who fills ‘every need’. However, no matter how impractical or crazy, love can do that to you, if you are not careful. Sometimes, it makes you feel you can’t live without someone, when in reality, “true love” can only happen when God is in the middle of it.

In this way, these songs help to keep you on track as you acknowledge that only God can put all the needs in the right place! So, since the song had such feeling of what it is like when you 'fall in love', no matter how impractical and ridiculous, I wanted to put it on the album to capture these points. It spoke wisdom to me and got me to realize that love is just something that we go through. This song is expressive of my feelings, I hope you can hear that.

Nice Work if You Can Get It is the first song on the album and I always wanted to sing this song because it's for those souls that see everyone else falling in love and yet never get to experienced it for themselves. That's happened to me as it has happened to so many of us. The lyrics are so clever and the Gershwin brothers’ music and writing, as always, is superb.

The second song on the album is Oh! Look at Me Now. This song always intrigued me. My wife laughs and tells me that I ‘always knew the technique of kissing’ but the imagination of the ‘thrill of your touch’ and the transformation we all try to make as a ‘lover’ is electrifying. I remember the first loves, and the transformation. To me it’s an exciting song to express the 'magic' transformation.

(You’re So Right For What’s Wrong in My Life I described above, so I’ll leave it at that)

The fourth song ‘Sway’, although an older song, I had never heard or had much knowledge of it. When I was young, I think Dean Martin sang it, but I was really impressed by Michael Buble’s version. It has a progressive ‘Samba’ beat and it really relates the way you just want to dance when you’re in love. Being in love is so romantic, and this song makes me just want to look in my lover’s eyes and dance.

I’ve Got You Under My Skin is a song that was written years ago by Cole Porter. I have been singing it since I was very young. I think it takes love to another level because it makes you realize that when you are in love, it’s not so much learning that ‘you can live with someone’, but it’s the realization that there is a person in your life that you know ‘you can’t live without’. It is the addictive phase of falling in love, that really is sincere and true.

On the sixth song, Moondance, I really wanted to portray the erotic side of falling in love in a romantic way. I had heard this song many times when I was young and I had Van Morrison’s original album. I never dreamt that I could sing it because his style is so cool, ‘low down’, and jazzy smooth. Being a quiet person, I would never really ‘ask for love’ with words, like the lyrics suggest, but like most guys, I always thought this was a cool sound and way of getting your lover to know your feelings. The sexy side of love seems to be more realistic when sung, and this song does that.

Years ago, David Gates of the group called Bread sang a song called ‘If’. This song to me is prophetic as it expresses the transition from a place of emptiness to the highest pinnacle of love. It is a ballad that tells a story of someone that is dedicated to love no matter how hard it is to express feelings. It shows how love moves through commitment and times of dryness, making you feel good about yourself, and then how love dramatically takes away the ‘dry feeling’ of loneliness - “And when my love is dry, you come and pour yourself on me’.

“Fly Me to the Moon” is an ‘up’ tune that I’ve sung since I was a kid. It delivers the punch of invincibility when you know you love someone, and they love you!

#9, (Love is) The Tender Trap, is the next stage of the love progression. Getting Married!!! It deals with the amazing way that we can ‘fall in love’ so quickly, and before we know it, we’re there, in a rapturous trap! You may not even have wanted to really fall in love but “It’s too late now, there’s no gettin’ out”, says it all.

Beautiful Crazy is a newer country song (2017) by Luke Combs. I couldn’t believe it when I heard it because it described the way a guy often looks at his gal…. “Beautiful Crazy”. The lines that really get me are: “She’s never on time for anything”, “She gets that come get me look in her eyes, but it kinda scares me the way that she drives me wild.” “The way that she dances, not afraid to take changes, wears her heart on her sleeve.” In fact, I like every line of the song, and it really reminds me of the gal I love.

To Make You Feel My Love is an older song by Bob Dylan and the primary reason I put it on the album is to show you my love. “It is deep and forever. No matter what you go through, I will be there for you. And I will do anything I can for you to show you how deep that love is.”

It Had Better Be Tonight is a song I had never really heard much of before. I like that it shows the urgency we go through when we fall in love. The timing and the moment are so persuasive, it’s incredible!!!

How Deep is Your Love is a song I heard by the Bee Gees, years ago. I sang it because of the need that couples have to declare their love “I know your eyes in the morning sun”, the need to understand and measure the depth of their partner’s love in the midst of the chaotic world “we’re living in a world of fools”, and to declare how much they dearly think of their love…“we belong to you and me”.

“They Can't Take That Away from Me”, an old Gershwin hit, says it all when you look at a love that you lost and you can still stay in the positive. There are certain great things you gain from love that no one can take away from you, and this song shows that positivity. I don’t feel like a fool for falling in love, even if it hasn’t worked out, or that I was in a situation that hurt me. Like the old saying goes “It is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all.” This great song is an expression of that feeling.

The purpose of the love feelings in “You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine” is that if you lose that love and you know it was real, you can confidently say that although it slipped away, ‘You’ll never find another one like that”. I originally saw and heard Lou Rawls sing this at one of the Casinos in Vegas years ago. It was such an important time in my life. Very few people were in the audience, but Mr. Rawls was magnificent. I really thought that someday I would get to sing, but I never imagined I would be able to sing this song that has so much range. So, it is really an honor to sing this song for his memory and those times, and to know the wisdom of love spent is never lost.

“What Hurts the Most” is a song that was done many years ago but is still fresh, today. It continues with the theme that although I lost you, ‘what hurts the most’ is not so much losing you, but the way it happened. It’s looking at the memories and not being able to live ‘without having you in my life every day.” “Being so close and having so much to say.” “…never knowing what could have been”. That’s tough. Seeing old friends, memories, and things like that bring you back. But we all have to go on, right?

“You Don't Know Me” is a song I heard years ago by Ray Charles. And although it is a country hit, I decided to sing it in a pop style. It’s about the frustration of losing in love without being able to further the relationship. It is a beautiful dedication of one’s heart in purity. I tried to represent that.

“Send in the Clowns” by Steven Sondheim sums up the frustrating ‘love experience’, pretty well. It is so emotional, the ups and downs, nothing seeming to fit, and the disjointedness if ‘falling in love’ doesn’t have its consummation. The statement ‘Send in the Clowns’ seems to indicate that this is just a circus. But that is not why Sondheim wrote those words. Sending in the clowns was an expression in theater to bring in the clowns to give us a little time to ‘get our act together’. This is certainly true in love. Timing is everything, and the possibility of true romantic love is never over until life on Earth is over! So, don't quit! You never know.



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