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Need some pick me ups......

 

 

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Some uplifting music, along with a cool dance beforehand.

 

 

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For about an hour +, it is going to be tracks of "I'll Be Home For Christmas"  a little different version of Jingle Bells that Barbara Streisand did, and a re-written Trans version of Deck The Halls, as I try my hand at singing for Trans Chorus Of Los Angeles on line Christmas Shows.  (I will post links to the shows here as I get them)

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@VickySGV please do I would love to see streaming as LA too far to go - but with COVID I imagine virtual streaming will occur?

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When we do this song, I play bass, harmonica and lead vocals - I imagine myself being Raven Snow when she sings the last verse.....

 

 

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3 hours ago, Shay said:

please do I would love to see streaming as LA too far to go - but with COVID I imagine virtual streaming will occur?

 

Yes there will be virtual and I believe U-tube or similar.

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I was listening to KUSC (the local classic music station) and they played music I was sure I had heard in a movie, but I couldn't place it.  At the end they mentioned that it was from the movie "Braveheart."  It's been years since I saw that movie, and recalled how much I loved the score.  It's amazing how music can stay with you forever, and tug at your emotions decades later.

 

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Just been out for a walk (as Niamh walking from my home around the local area in the dark) and had to strut my stuff to these...
 

 

and this..
 

 

My wife would have had a fit if she had seen my moves. I would just have smiled at anyone that saw me.

 

(That's what tends to happen when I've had a few too many Rums!)

 

 

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Great song Abi. What wild times those were.

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If I could fall into the sky

 

 

 

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I LOVE this song - I wish I'd written it - I just started a new song that has the room and space to allow the same feeling ooze called "Forever and a Day"..... inspired by this magnificent song.. Songwriters: Michael Reid / Allen Shamblin

 

 

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Nice basic rhythm reminiscent of a lot of early three chord gems.  The bass line holds it all together.

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My wife asked to sing the folowing song at our annual concert to raise money for our county's needy at Christmas and I'd never heard it before - what a BEAUTIFUL song......

 

 

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Truly a buried treasure - this duo deserved a better commercial fate.... love this song - @Cyndee and @Jani - this is my favorite type of bass line - simple but a great hook............. guitar style reminiscent of Jim Messina (he also learned his style by emulating steel guitar players)

 

 

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Another wonderful Bass line and guitar work from band who so few seem to know existed.............. ( @Teri Anne @Ann W )

 

 

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