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On of the first songs I learned to play - so under appreciated band with some excellent players, songs and a sad ending for Randy California.........................

 

 

 

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With 3001 I want to kick in some good music - what a neat way to start a concert - drums first then enter other instruments - Cyndee look at the WEAR on the bass.....................

 

 

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I heard a guitar version of this song done by one of our sisters here on TP and was totally amazing and joyful -beautifully done.....................

 

 

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Greg is playing his awesome Alembic bass here.  This was in Montreal for the Winter games where they were in the opening show.  

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Adding another guitarist into the mix  Duane Allman & Allman Brothers

 

 

 

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Let me contribute with something positive that brought me a lot of fun and enjoyment to do today!

Here is my public playlist which is a mix/cocktail of some classic pop, rock, r&b stuff! 

 

The music I am listening to, relates to me, to my soul and sometimes it's more than just a nice melody, it's more complex for me... Enjoy it! 

 

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First album I bought when I got my first REAL sound system - a joy to the ears................

 

 

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Mystic Highway - John Fogerty , just a snappy rocker.....

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Second Tenor tracks for Rise Up and Stay Loud.  Music and lyrics by Amir Shirazi.   My Trans Chorus is going to be doing it with 6 other U.S. Transgender voice choruses for Transgender Day Of Visibility at the end of March.  We will each sing it into our video pickups while listening to it on ear buds so only our voices and faces are on the videos. 

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Currently? I'm listening to Drake, actually. His leaked songs off his CLB album LMFAO 

I downloaded two of the songs I liked before they got taken down.

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Feeling up right now - a few firsts happened in the last two days brought a smile...........

 

 

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Gosh I forgot about this one - love the groove

 

 

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I am always amazed with Phil Kaeggy's guitar playing especially when you know that on his fingering hand his middle finger was amputated about an inch down and although he uses a thimble his really doesn't use that finger much and barre chords are difficult - boy what he can do with that disability is amazing .... I cam across him jamming with Jonny Lang - woo....................

 

 

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I saw Jonny Lang when he was 15 at the Hard Rock in New Orleans.  Even at that age he blew us all away! I was on a business trip.  We all got signed CD's.  Afterwards they loaded their Econoline Van to drive to the next show!  

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A local fave, and they just have so many good songs. This particular one grooves, it moves, just lovely bass lines, and oh the textures, the emotion....

 

 

 

 

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Loved Heart from the moment I got a crackly radio station and heard Magic Man and even with bad radio reception I knew they were going to be amazing and worth following. Amen.

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This is especially one I think @Teri Anne will like with the emotional guitar playing.

 

Mike Harrison was the lead singer with Spooky Tooth and I always loved his voice - this is from his first solo album.

 

 

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miz miranda

Feeling playful today and thought of the most unlikely bands in the same concert:

 

Jimi Hendrix opened briefly for the Monkees in 1967 tour just after he appeared at Monterey pop festival. It was a not a concert I would have gone too, but I would have loved to see the reaction of Monkees fans and their parents. Would have been fun

 

 

and then Monkees first song their setlist

 

 

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Jimi Hendrix was amazing to watch from the second row in front of the stage. The aura was so strong around him.

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Shay I remember Spooky Tooth but never saw them live.

 

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I saw Brewer & Shipley a long time ago and they said the most diverse song with copies was ONE TOKE OVER THE LINE  covered by Grateful Dead and Lawrence Welk (check out Lawrence referring to it as a modern gospel song LOL)

 

 

 

 

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@miz miranda love your choices of Hendrix and The Monkees - I once had a Monkee's 8 button shirt. I went to a boys school and that year they forced us to wear ties so I wore my Monkee's shirt ANYWAY with a clip on tie (my first civil disobedience protect of sorts - yay)

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