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Pablo Cruise "I go to Rio"  A great song!

 

(Phone rings)
Hello?
Hello, Bill. This is Pablo
Where are you?
I won't be able to make it today
Because I'm at the bottom of the pool
(Hang up)

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7 hours ago, Jani said:

Dave Brubeck's Take Five

Thanks for sharing this, Heather. I absolutely love this song. Our smooth jazz station (KWJZ) here in the Seattle area seems to play this song at least twice a week. I never get tired of hearing it!

 

3 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

I always enjoyed playing that at sound checks

Wolf Hoffmann - Pomp & Circumstance... I can’t place where I first heard this but I think despite it being newish, it reminds me of my college graduation celebration...although I like this version much much better.

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1 hour ago, Teri Anne said:

Wolf Hoffmann is very accomplished in classical music as well as metal and other genres.

Hoffmann reminds me a little of David Garrett stylistically.

Here’s one of his that I enjoy.

 

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I was reminded of the only singer I know who had hit singles with 3 different bands and a solo hit - HOW LONG with his pub band ACE, TEMPTED with SQUEEZE, THE LIVING YEARS with Mike & THE MECHANICS and DON'T SHED A TEAR as a solo. Can't think of another person who managed such a feat and yet I bet few if any can say they ever hear of him but might recognize the songs.

 

 

 

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Discovered a new progressive rock band called "This Winter Machine."  Listening to the album "The Man Who Never Was."  Great musicians and their lead singer, Al Wynter is a perfect voice for their brand of music.

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On 11/20/2020 at 10:13 PM, Teri Anne said:

 

 

Thanks @Teri Anne - While Pomp and Circumstance is a peculiarly British piece of music - I have not problem with cover versions that give an alternative view - and this this is very much one of them which I enjoyed.

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