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The Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto is a beautiful piece of music.  Snippits of it have been used by many artists.

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Great crossover. Mostly known as Country/Western singer. First heard this on an Indie station. An outstanding example how the simplicity of three chords can drive a tune.

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I'm in a somber mood today - I always get emotional when I hear Aimee Mann sing "Wise Up" and the movie sequence from Magnolia wanders around my head. I love the minimal instrumental arrangement arrangement and the haunting background vocals and subtle synth...........



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a soothing concert and I feel the SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTH


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This song kills me every time. Phil Hanseroth wrote the tune The Story. I relat o this song so strongly because know what I had to do to get here, I know where the lines and scars I carry came from and although a lot of those scars, I wish I could have bypassed, but they made me who I am.

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I feel up and moving forward and energized - I hope you are to my sisters and brothers and all of you no matter who you are and you must be the you you were born to be and I love you for it.

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I have three grandbabies, a boy and two girls ranging from 2 to 5, who like to "hop, sing & dance" so this is prolly our "fav":




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