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Shay

I'll check out Bon Iver - as soon as I officially get to start HRT - hopefully it will be today- it will be my treat to myself...

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SaraAW

Justin has an incredible falsetto and their overall tone is pretty haunting. I prefer their older stuff, there new stuff is much more experimental, but still pretty interesting. Couple other tracks of Bon Iver I really enjoy are: Skinny Love, Holocene and Blood Bank.

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Shay

thanks i will listen to those even if my meds dont come today

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Dinaki

Lovely song "Comfort" dearest Shay.

 

Today I am listennig to The Mavericks  Lies

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Susan R

Simple Minds “Alive and Kicking“

 

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Dinaki

...and from The Mavericks, a complete turn to Muse, Uprising one of my favorite song by that musical ensemble.

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Dinaki

^^^They will not force us

They will stop degrading us

They will not control us

We will be victorious

 

Beautiful song and please don't laugh with me here, I had a crash with Matthew James Bellamy few years ago until ...( I won't go any further for obvious reasons)

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Jackie C.

I got to listen to this one on the way back from CVS today. It is NOT safe for work so keep that in mind. This particular video is fan-animated. I admit that I much prefer this one to the official video, but it might just be that I like Missi and I'm a giant animation geek.

 

Hugs!

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Dinaki

oh you naughty little miss Jackie 🙃

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SaraAW

@Jackie C. THat song is regularly in my playlist rotation. I love it even more having seen that vid for the first time. So well done.  Thanks for sharing. :) 

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Abi

Anyone else love Wicked?

 

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Abi
4 hours ago, Shay said:

I'll check out Bon Iver - as soon as I officially get to start HRT - hopefully it will be today- it will be my treat to myself...

Bon Iver is really good. I bet you'll really like their sound.

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Dinaki

oh oh oh and and this one

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Cyndee

Where were you - Journey (1980) Captured, they did have a lot of good songs

 

This track moves and grooves.....

 

 

 

boogie

 

 

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Shay

believe it or not i loved the original line up with Gregg Rilie from Santana although Steve Perry certainly made the band a hit and Jonathan Cain completed the monster band they became.

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Cyndee

You are so right @Shay, they were great I loved this track recorded in 1975 just before Steve P joined, very inspirational and spiritual

 

 

 

 

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Shay

excellent choice... I also loved their rendition of All too Much by the Beatles....

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Cyndee
24 minutes ago, Shay said:

excellent choice... I also loved their rendition of All too Much by the Beatles....

 

:applause: that's a great cover they do.......

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SaraAW

Oh I love Alicia. She recently was on NPRs Tiny Desk on YouTube. Her set was emotional and so beautiful. 
 

If you haven’t heard of Tiny Desk, I recommend you go check it out on YouTube or NPRs website, they feature bands and artists from all genres, from all over the world. They usually do a short 3 or 4 song set, but the venue is so informal, small and intimate that you really get a great feel for the music and the people behind it. 

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Shay

agree Tiny Desk Concerts are wonderful...i really liked Nickel Creek's concer

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Cyndee

I was chatting with a friend this morning and she brought up this song. Great bass line, and the message rings true today, post transition...So here it is, their catalog (Eagles) is deep and wide....

 

 

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Shay

i was just telling my wife i remember hearing Take It Easy for the first time on vacation with my mom and older brother on the only family vacation in North Carolina at some camp,ground in the north west corner, cant remember name but there was a dam nearby. i also aaw the movie Andromeda Strain at the campgrounds on a large white sheet. Wrote some of my first decent songs back then. ah memories...

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