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Monday morning..................

 

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Heard this Saturday for the first time in a long time and it resonated with me with the thought of my transition.

 

 

 

 
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@VickySGV So beautiful. The Trans Chorus of LA sounds so heartfelt on this song, I couldn't make it to the end without bursting into tears (not that I cared whether I did or not). 💓

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@VickySGVI agree with Davie. I saw your performance at Gay Pride and it was wonderful.

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4 hours ago, Davie said:

So beautiful. The Trans Chorus of LA sounds so heartfelt on this song, I couldn't make it to the end without bursting into tears (not that I cared whether I did or not).

 

We (the Chorus) have one other video that I shared here back in June with the same power and same sense of SELF that goes into all our performances.  There are a couple more that are in production which we hope will come out in the next month.  I am part of the group that founded the chorus back this month in 2015.  It is a chosen family of singers who are Trans / NB who do this because we know that songs often change hearts when spoken words cannot reach them.  The group also tries to give a voice for those who cannot say what they are feeling due to fear or their newness to being authentic.  Glad all of you enjoyed this. 

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@VickySGV your group is simply wonderful and doing a definite service. I write and record my songs and the ones that seem to touch people or at least those who need them, are the supportive type and I remember an artist named John Michael Talbot was giving a workshop I attended in LA where he said MUSIC is such a powerful thing. One chord or part of a chorus can change someone's life. 

 

Well done Vicky, well done.

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Thanks again, Vicky. Heaven on earth.


No matter how far over the world may tilt, grace comes to the happiest of feet. 

Open Your Eyes - sung by Jane Powell, and danced by Fred Astaire and Jane Powell

 

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I'm feeling this song today—it takes me into the heavens.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - 1983... (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)

 

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1 hour ago, neo3000 said:

my favorite artist ever. Bjork. 

She calms me down when I'm feeling unwell.

I go through all this before you wake up....

 

one of my favorite tunes ever.

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Need a Springfield boost today...........

 

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Almost recorded a version of this song in 1984 after band/marriage/job fell apart and was trying to get another life saving band together - no piano in my version.

 

 

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need some Siegel Schwall ......

 

 

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@Shay Buffalo Springfield was the band that made me want to listen to FM radio, Seigel Schwall brings back some pretty fuzzy memories of college concerts 🥴

 

 

 

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just found this interesting version of Clapton doing J J Cale song

 

 

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Love their 1 album - potential that didn't get fulfilled.............

 

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So like it's Rocktober 😁

 

So gimmie some Montrose.... 

 

 

gimmie some Cactus !!

 

 

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