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7 hours ago, Shay said:

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

 

 

 

Very cool, nice bass for sure...

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19 hours ago, Shay said:

Another wonderful Bass line and guitar work from band who so few seem to know existed

Very cool @Shay...and no, never heard of them.  That was a great period though.

 

Digging the Autumn Leaves as I type.

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Cool Funk, Soul music.  Its interesting how some bands make it and some don't.  

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I wrote an article way back in college eons ago asking the very same question. Other than luck and marketing and magic I couldn't answer the question with any sense of resolution.

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13 hours ago, Shay said:

nuff said......

Have I ever cried my eyes out to this song?

Yes

More than once?

Yes.

nuff said...

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5 hours ago, Ann W said:

Have I ever cried my eyes out to this song?

Yes

More than once?

Yes.

nuff said...

 

First I've heard this song, but it's beautiful. Peter Gabriel is a legend. (Always loved "Games Without Frontiers")

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I feel energetic this morning wanting something HIGH energy

 

 

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Slept in, don't have work until this evening, not much I need to do until then, so enjoying a nice lazy...umm...not quite "morning" any more...

 

Perfect day for one of my old favorites:

 

 

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5 hours ago, Shay said:

I feel energetic this morning wanting something HIGH energy

 

 

 

Not sure which I like better, the incredible shredding or that bassist's skater-chic outfit! Wish I could look that good in it! Or play half that well! (Or at all ;) )

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14 hours ago, Heather Nicole said:

Slept in, don't have work until this evening, not much I need to do until then, so enjoying a nice lazy...umm...not quite "morning" any more...

 

Perfect day for one of my old favorites:

 

Whoa! Ok, this is really weird...

 

When I posted that, I was intentionally posting a youtube video of "Al Jarreau - Mornin' (Official Video)". But when I view this thread on my phone, it comes up as a completely different video titled "NAT KING COLE L-O-V-E". When I view it on my PC, its still Mornin' by Al Jarreau as originally intended.

 

What the...?

 

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@Heather Nicole Ah Scotland in the sun!  That skater skirt is absolutely fabulous (sigh) but I would need to starve myself for 3 months to even get close to being able to wear one and even then I would be mutton dressed as lamb. 

Your other video is George Benson "when I fall in love" a tribute to Nat King Cole for me.

 

Today I have been going retro on my spotify list, went to YT to share the link and I'd forgotten how confused and jealous I was of some of these OTT outfits and eye makeup looks, I may have to go searching for some Missy Elliot now though she has been one of my favourite artists for years!

 

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Ooh, yes, Missy Elliot is fantastic. I'm only familiar with a small amout of her stuff, but I love the interesting beats she uses. Gossip Folks was always one of my favs.

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1 hour ago, DeeDee said:

Ah Scotland in the sun!

 

I think I might have to move to the Scottish countryside someday.

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@Heather Nicole hahaha, everyone says that until they meet the midges ;)  Missy has been consistently strong for years, Gossip folks was so catchy. Work It, We Run This, Ching a Ling, Teary Eyed. I think she is so underrated because she wont play the same game as other Hip Hop artists she made wearing tracksuits a whole look!

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Ahhh.... I prepare for my therapist and electrolysis today and listening to a band that didn't do well on U.S. shores but a really good band..... Gentle Giant

 

https://youtu.be/UM-yGcpaY_4

 

and of course my old reliable.... Yes

 

https://youtu.be/p2mwSO_Ni4o

 

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Loved this song........................

 

 

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Pre-Foghat (or as I called them - Hogfat) - Lonesome Dave and Roger Earl - Tony Stevens - were in Savoy Brown - good band - like John Mayall's Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Mick Taylor, John MacVie, Jack Bruce and many others

 

 

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So I'm having a particularly nostalgic evening and watching/listening to music from a peculiarly British institution - the last night of the Proms. Each year since I can remember this has occurred.

This is one of the pieces of music that is ALWAYS played...
 

 

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I'm wanting to cook a little - the album A PLACE IN THE SUN was always a good choice to check stereo equipment at Circuit City or Best Buy or those things called Audio Stores........... good band in concert - saw them open for Kansas 

 

 

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