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After another interesting weekend where I re-connected with the drummer from my almost signed band Silverhorse and hearing of the passing of one of our guitarists and former writing partner - this song popped in my head first thing this morning.... guitarist who died is second on right and drummer is second on the left.

 

 

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And then this came on and the lyrics hit me right between the mental eyes

 

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Not a huge Peter Gabriel fan but I loved that song just because of the variety of vocal performances within the song.His voice is outstanding and I always gave him huge props for song writing.

 

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Here is a band from Boston that always put on a great live show.

Worked with them several times when they toured thru my area of the USA.

Great guys and fun to hang with.

 

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I don't know what it is about this song (Besame Mucho), it is so alluring to hear.  Thanks for posting this version @Dinaki !

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Don't listen to The Beatles version. It's awful.

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The one from 1962?  Its all right.  I know Paul McCartney has sung it also.  

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Yea the demo tapes for Decca - it is alright but not something to write home about....

 

Speaking of Macca - my favorite all time Macca song - because he did all the instruments and I love the feel and it brings me to tears every time I hear it....

 

 

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The only song I can play keys CONSISTENTLY live ...... thank god for ezkeys for writing keyboard parts for my songs.

 

 

 

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so groovy, from '69 just a great vibe.... Bowie's Janine...

 

 

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What a cool tune - never heard it before - sounds like that era.

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So, so not safe for work. Nobody under 18. Nope nope. The animation and the song both are amazing.

 

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today's flavor comes by way of my young guitar asking if I'd ever heard "C'mon" by Poco. That song really is driving but the song they should have been a hit for them was

 

 

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