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Hungry like the 🐺 by Duran Duran and do you do you wanna please me by Samantha 🦊

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Sam Gooden, founding member of the Impressions stamps his ticket.

"People Get Ready" The Impressions    

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Don't know what's wrong with the Internet these days.

Heres "People Get Ready" The Impressions.

 

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thank you @Davie I've always enjoyed jamming on this song.

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just the way I feel today.....

 

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I wrote "Weariness" in 1979 and feels so relevant to myself today.

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In cleaning up my den/library in prep for carpet installation, I (re)discovered a boxed vinyl set called "The History of the Guitar."  It contains five discs, and covers Renaissance to Classical, to rock, folk, jazz and Latin, played by all the greats.  I can't wait to get into it.  😀

 

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On 8/15/2022 at 5:40 AM, Heather Shay said:

just the way I feel today.....

 

 

I've long been a NIN fan, so naturally I love and appreciate the song "Hurt", too. And I also love all the distinct nuance that Johnny Cash brought to his own version of it. It's very deep. And it hits very deep, regardless which version.

 

This is the first time I come across the "You want it darker" song, but I definitely like it. Just like with "Hurt" and NIN, there's a significant part of me and my history that strongly identifies with the...(dark? maybe "tainted" is a better word?) overtones. And there's something about both the song and the video that are very...I dunno...meditative? 

 

I like that "Weariness" song you posted, too. Extremely relatable lyrics, and definitely very well-produced overall, IMHO. Love the guitar work, too.

 

Most importantly though, I'm sorry you've been in that particular headspace lately.  I know it very well myself, I've long been a regular there, too. ☹️

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@Heather Nicole thank you for the affirmation. I'm sad we have to go through this but it does bring so much more depth to our character.

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Great tune Heather , saw Jackson perform this tune live in LA long ago , great slide guitar and lyrics.

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2 hours ago, JJ Orange said:

Basically listening to a Jem and the Holograms compilation. 💎

 

That is weirdly appealing.

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My heart aches.....

 

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Timely song  "hold on" 🎵 

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@Jackie C. It's been on my playlist for a long time! It's either that, or a remix of multiple Misfits songs from the shows into one long song. 

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