Your Inspirational Song of the Week
March 12 - March 18, 2019
Guess I'll Go Back Home This Summer
Performed by Mindy Jostyn
Music and Lyrics by Willard Robinson & Ray Mayer
Listen to the Music!
Guess I’ll Go Back Home This Summer, sung with emotion by Mindy Jostyn, describes the complex feelings of nostalgia brought out by a return to your hometown. Mindy’s rendition evokes a more melancholic mood than the well-known Glenn Miller recording, and this change in tone gives some of the lyrics new meaning while also giving further poignancy to other lines in the song—such as the mention of an old flame—that otherwise might not have stood out as much. This song is from the album Blue Stories, a collection of bittersweet tales that combine pathos and humor to explore themes of love, loss, home, history, and repentance. It can also be found on The Winds of Change, a Watchfire Music compilation CD that is all about the future – and the past. It’s about the many inevitable changes we all go through every day of our lives. This song is one of 14 that each dig down into the illusive concepts of the changing landscapes of our lives and illuminate them to our hearts and minds.
About the Artist
For nearly ten years, Mindy Jostyn toured throughout the eastern United States wowing audiences with her soulful voice, distinctive melodies, witty and insightful lyrics, and her command of a host of different instruments including guitar, violin, harmonica, accordion, and piano.
Not only did Mindy Jostyn wow audiences with her soulful voice, distinctive melodies, witty and insightful lyrics, but she brought a unique voice to inspirational and sacred music in the form of gentle folk hymns and truly original songs that speak directly to the hungry heart.
Find Out More About The Artist and the Music!
"A few days ago my sister gave me three of Mindy's albums to listen to. I listened to each one, then listened again. I have never heard anyone who comes close to delivering such heart felt messages with so much grace and beauty. Her music just radiates in your soul." —Peter Kemmsies