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@Shay As a congenital nonconformist, I love the rebellion! I also think a monkees shirt and a leather skirt with heels matching the shirt would make a great outfit.

 

A second odd pairing of bands

 

. This also occurred in 1967 when the Doors opened for Simon and Garfunkel. Doors opened with

 

and one of my favorite songs

 

 

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Always liked this Dave Clark Five song and like it even better hearing Tom Petty doing it..............

 

 

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On 2/24/2021 at 11:15 PM, nympheanelumbo said:

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.

 

Great production on some of Drake's stuff, but I prefer Kendrick. This one never gets old.

 

 

 

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A peaceful drizzly morning - watching the rain and enjoying some relaxing music from George Winston - saw him in concert - bare feet and all.....................

 

 

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This song goes out to Denise as she waits for her new bass to arrive and she cuts a link off her waiting chain for delivery.........................................

 

 

 

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Gosh - I got to see one of the few Manassas shows with Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman and I love Joe Lala's percussion - Jani here is some guiro for you......

 

 

 

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Nice!  The drum beat is really up beat in this track.  I love the percussion.

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ah.... an album that affected me greatly..................learned how to play this song on acoustic and was in heaven............

 

 

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Love the Manassas , got me in a certain frame of mind

 

some more Stephen Stills, lovely slide guitar, and rhythm changes....

 

 

 

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How about a little bit from the master guitarist..............

 

 

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Ahhh another great guitarist.  My first album of his was the one he made in Cuba with Manuel Galban, "Mambo Sinuendo" which is awesome.  His son joined him playing drums. 

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Groovy?

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I feel at standstill or plateau today and need a little hope - looked up songs of hope and the top 1 was a song I play in a band and love playing bass and singing harmonies - thank you Mr. Harrison - I'm glad you took a walk in Eric Clapton's garden.

 

 

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@Willow Farmer I needed to hear some beautiful soft music this morning and your post filled the bill. Very pretty music. Thank you.

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Willow Farmer

Shay, you are welcome.

 

    I listen to this when I am deep in a project.   My inner self subconsciously builds a story to go with the music.   Sometimes I find myself crying as the emotion from the story I'm not primarily focused on comes to a crescendo.

 

   ---WILLOW---

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Sounds like a wonderful way to ignite your creative juices. I am a songwriter (45+ years) and write in many different genres and many things spark my imagination. I love being on that side of my brain and pumping out those endorphims.

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miz miranda

I am feeling fairly low today, so I turned to a few songs that end up make me feel better. I'm really partial to vocal harmonies and love the Everly Brothers.

 

 

 

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Even though I feel like in a holding pattern - this song occurred to me this morning and has a lot to say to me today.

 

 

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mellow time...............

 

 

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I'm sitting in the solarium with a cup of mint and green tea watching the rain run across the glass.

 

 

 

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@miz miranda I forgot to comment on the doors and Simon and garfunkel combination how about Hendrix opening for the Monkees? I saw Brownsville Station open for John Sebastian.

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