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Loved the Monkees, and now we learn, so did the FBI, as they compiled lots of data on the group and their contacts from back when. Now Micky is asking them to release all known info on the group under the freedom of information act. 



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I'm not into the 9/11 concept - but it's just a beautifully crafted song.


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Another beautifully crafter song - I feel it.... deeply....


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Yes, wonderful song by Bonnie Raitt.

9 hours ago, Heather Shay said:

I feel this way...


Yes, I love this one. Great enough to be recorded by George Michael, Boyz II Men, Bon Iver, and Adele. Good company, that. Thanks for posting this, @Heather Shay. I needed to hear this today. It was my breakup song with my ex—also a great singer. 💜  

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this Bluebird rocks, "she got soul" from '69



like totally groovy

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@Davie there are so many great songs on that album, especially George's lovely "I want to tell you" 😊 


for a Friday, from '73, more cowbell please 







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@jani way cool above 😀


Love the walk down intro and Pete's note at 0:45 in this, a complex combination of the hall, the amps, placements of mic's, omg



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