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Lovely Hoople song ....

 

Reminded me of the era .....

 

love Steve Marriot's vocals

 

 

 

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Great tunes, "it's really been a gas" recalling a Steve Marriott quote on the Fillmore live album. Saw Humble Pie live in LA, they rocked....

 

and of course Peter's guitar runs, legendary...

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We had just moved and I started going to classes in January of my senior year (for 4.5 months).  A senior class group went to see Humble Pie in Boston.   It was right after I got there.  Boo hoo. 

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Fast forward a few decades, and my mind lands here...

 

such tasty Trevor Rabin guitar parts....

 

Lift me Up (1991) - Yes

 

it's uplifting...

 

 

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GOOD STUFF - 

 

I like this a cappella opening

 

https://youtu.be/MooE0Y9yIhg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The more you are down - look up and see 

Even in your darkest hour - believe in YOU

 

 

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Can this girl play - and to think bass is not her primary instrument - she picked it up when she was 16 and moved to LA from Austrialia and they told her she could get more jobs playing bass - so she did - played with Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Herbie Hancock....

 

 

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I'm listening to all my Mac Davis downloadeds because he set the tone for my teenage years. 

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I rarely find a song as moving as this one has been for me. I hope anyone that listens to it feels the same.

 

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The title came to mind this morning _ A LITTLE BIT OF UNDERSTANDING and I found B W STEVENSON song - never heard it before but - sounds pretty nice this morning

 

 

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and then a tom petty song I never heard that feels a lot like me 

 

 

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I'm just coming to the end of a rather wonderful day as Niamh (not every day am I Niamh). One of my trans friends came over for a drink and the opportunity to chat about how we are each progressing in our transgender life plans. This was followed by a meal with my wife and daughter and a wonderful karaoke session with them. Finally I was looking on youtube at songs which I love to sing - primarily because they are in a vocal range which matches my own and this wonderful emotional track from Above and Beyond is one of them...
 

 

There's also and acoustic version which I like almost as much.  

I've seen Above and Beyond at a number of Trance raves/music festivals which I normally go to with my daughter each year and I am sorely missing them this year.

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