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Here the version we are playing out tonight at one of our rare gigs..............

 

 

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Good Morning Sunday.... Hope your day is sunny..........

 

 

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This song has bedded in my brain for the past month..................

 

 

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Inspirational from Frampton and Humble Pie in 71, "The Light", great groove, the intervals, lovely.

 

 

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we are timeless.............

Saw Badfinger twice - extremely short guys - TALL on talent - sad with tragedy............. Pete Ham and 

The two members who wrote WITHOUT YOU - a big hit for Harry Nilsson and Mariah Carey - hung themselves a year apart. Pete upper right above photo (also wrote Badfinger's best known songs) and Tom lower right in photo. They didn't want to use strings on WITHOUT YOU - Pete wrote the verses and Tom wrote the chorus and they put the two bits together.

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@shay iconic album , lovely jams....

 

This U2 seems to be finding me on the streaming this morning, groovy 7th heaven, makes my skirt twirl...

 

 

 

 

 

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Mott The Hoople - Rock and roll Queen (1969)

 

It moves, it grooves, primal....

 

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Bought their first album in high school - because I loved the cover - having not heard anything from the LP - what a wonderful experience when I placed the needle on the album............. ah..................treasure.................

 

 

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@shay - I love that album, recently added the CD to my collection....

 

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Just heard two tracks from Yes new album The Quest, scheduled to be released on October 1st.  If these two tracks are any indication, this should be an awesome album.  I just preordered it.

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@Sally Stone Thanks for this heads up, cool and do we LOVE our YES (for long time now)  ❤️

 

My sweetie had me listen to this the other day, I totally dig their vibe, such a lovely organ, we both try to find "new or undiscovered" music to share with other...

 

diggin' this....

 

 

 

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cool stuff @Cyndee for me today I just want to laze out and listen to some Delaney & Bonnie with George Harrison, Eric Clapton and I'm reading Bobby Keys (sax player with Stones, Joe Cocker and D&B among others)

 

 

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and then what came next................

 

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@shay - especially that Derek and Dominos "Fillmore out takes", just love that "livin' on blues power" jam above, starts around 29:30, OMG so tight, great mix....

 

So much good music on this page..

 

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Listening to the KUSC Favorite 300 Classical Music pieces as voted on by the public.  The list winds down today.  Mozart is the favorite composer, by far.

 

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OMG - I love Mahavishu and especially Paco - not familiar with Free Fall Lover - can't wait to check out.

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@Cyndee forgot how much "This Side" album by Nickel Creek affected me - driving home in the dark after a gig the first time they opened my heart to beauty....

 

 

 

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I do miss hearing Chris on "Live from Here" on NPR.  I'm saddened they cancelled it.  But it was a live show that could not go on during the pandemic lockdown of live events.  

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