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such a great band and song writers above. and they are touring again @Heather Shay

 

I always liked this song by The Fixx, lesser heard track....

 

 

 

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nice tune @Cyndee though I'm right back to Pink Floyd with 95% of my listening again. Just the nature of this beast and this beast's mood for far so long... :(

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I felt like some dixieland jazz today

 

 

 

 

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Under appreciated lead singer of Spooky Tooth............

 

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Too Sweet for Dessert:

Emily Elbert - What's Going On (Marvin Gaye cover)

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Anything I can find to sooth me soul.

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I'm an atheist but this still hit me...  hard!

 

 

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need distraction today - recorded just 3 weeks after they formed......

 

 

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On 5/25/2022 at 9:17 AM, Ticket For Epic said:

I'm an atheist but this still hit me...  hard!

I really liked that, Ticket! Now I'm looking up more of her music...

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RIP Alan White - Yes drummer. I will only be listening to Yes today and mourn his passing. Yet another wonderful musician from my era.

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Yes this is sad.  All the great performers are passing.

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Bless you Alan, I was fortunate to see him and Yes live a few times over the years, what a powerful rhythm section he and Squire made up for many decades. The best of the best, I have lot's of their recordings, and treasure them. 

 

One of many favorites by them, the combined effort from '91, powerful

 

 

 

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Lots of good music ideas, girls!  I may be repeating myself, but classic rock was my escape in my previous life form, so its hard to listen to without bad memories.  Then I heard that Diane Keeton doesn't listen to much music either because of the memories.  But some how, I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys grabbed me today, then the Theme from Out of Africa, Go figure. Thanks, Vini

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It is sad to hear of  Alan Price's death. His death made me think about one of my best friends from college who has also passed. She was a huge fan of Yes and Rick Wakeman. I'm listening to a few song with my happiest memories, I miss her.

 

 

 

 

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The first verse goes out to the families who - once again - lost their children due to greed and stubbornness -

 

 

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Start listening at  16:21 "Can You Fool" - always loved this song - Mickey Thomas was the voice on "Fooled Around and Fell in Love" (Elvin Bishop) and "Jane" Jefferson Starship.....

 

 

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Love me some Diana Ross!

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Some of them were dreamers
And some of them were fools
Who were making plans and thinking of the future
With the energy of the innocent
They were gathering the tools
They would need to make their journey back to nature
While the sand slipped through the opening
And their hands reached for the golden ring
With their hearts they turned to each other's hearts for refuge
In the troubled years that came before the deluge
Some of them knew pleasure
And some of them knew pain
And for some of them it was only the moment that mattered
And on the brave and crazy wings of youth
They went flying around in the rain
And their feathers, once so fine, grew torn and tattered
And in the end they traded their tired wings
For the resignation that living brings
And exchanged love's bright and fragile glow
For the glitter and the rouge
And in a moment they were swept before the deluge
Let the music keep our spirits high
Let the buildings keep our children dry
Let creation reveal its secrets by and by, by and by
When the light that's lost within us reaches the sky
Some of them were angry
At the way the earth was abused
By the men who learned how to forge her beauty into power
And they struggled to protect her from them
Only to be confused
By the magnitude of her fury in the final hour
And when the sand was gone and the time arrived
In the naked dawn only a few survived
And in attempts to understand a thing so simple and so huge
Believed that they were meant to live after the deluge
Let the music keep our spirits high
Let the buildings keep our children dry
Let creation reveal it's secrets by and by, by and by
When the light that's lost within us reaches the sky
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downer blues today is the rule of order for me.....

 

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and now some Peter Green era Fleetwood Mac

 

 

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