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I remember living in Tulsa for a short while - working at Leon Russell's old studio (now an historical building called The Church - where Tom Petty first recorded and Beatles and Marley and the Linn Drum was invented) and on Easter morning I saw the sun rise and this song played as I looked out from the roof of the building. Been my Easter song ever since. 



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I heard this on my SiriusXM in the car Saturday and haven’t been able to get it out of my head, thoughts from my adolescence have been flooding my mind.


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Let's start the week with an UP note (actual UP notes)



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ok - I'm in the mood - oh and @BillieB love Sylvia's Mother - I remember living in Cleveland and their big station WMMS used to run commericals from visiting bands and Ray from Dr. Hook said " I listen to WMMS from the moment I go to sleep until the moment I wake up."


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Triumph. Don't know why, but it sounds good this A.M.




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Every time I listen to this one it makes me happy.

I think somehow I relate it.  Something about deciding to "go for it."



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I was listening to the monkeys, I’m a believer. My wife got annoyed and told me to turn it off. I thought she was kidding. ... and then I saw her face!

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11 hours ago, AgnesBardsie said:

and then I saw her face!

Ha Ha!  Cute @AgnesBardsie!!!! 😃

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What beautiful lyrics......



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@AgnesBardsie I'm sorry to hear that. I'm a Believer is a wonderful song by the Monkees as is Daydream Believer.

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The Monkees is kinda complicated.

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yes - pre-fab four - but the songs were still written by some really good writers.........



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and just for fun.... "Not notwhat, Nitwhit"


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5 hours ago, Shay said:

@AgnesBardsie I'm sorry to hear that. I'm a Believer is a wonderful song by the Monkees as is Daydream Believer.

Deep breaths! It didn’t really happen! It was a joke, a play on words. I like that song too!

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Love puns or play on words - sorry I missed it BUT - happy to actually revisit the songs played by most likely the Wrecking Crew. 

I remember buying a Monkee shirt with the 8 buttons and going to school. That year they made it manitory for boys from birth (sadly I hadn't understood me at that time and even if I did I'd be to chicken to comeout) to wear ties - I wore my Monkee's shirt with a tie anyway - also wore turtle neck sweaters with a tie in a silent protest.... yay me!


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5 hours ago, Shay said:

and just for fun.... "Not notwhat, Nitwhit"


Thanks for sharing! Nice trip down memory lane!

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I've had Spotify on shuffle, and it's playing everything from the genres I listen to most.  Goth, Industrial, lo-fi, future pop and future synth.  Most notable that I heard today is by one of my favorite bands.  Invocation Array.  They also have another project that was called The Luna Sequence.  But I feel like Invocation Array is in some ways a culmination of what The Luna Sequence was trying to do with just the music to itself.  That is just how I feel. 

I started hearing IA in 2016 and it has been thematic to a lot of my life's moments and choices. 


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Good Band --


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I am sitting in the mist and fog in a hot tub on the Oregon Coast listening to Omnia and reading Trans Pulse.   Much Love!



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big fan of hers!!

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From '71 a great way to greet the morning light. Perhaps one of Chris Squire's "most beautiful" songs.....




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YES... it is...

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ah.... relax....


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@Shay - sooo nice

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