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@Dinaki @Cyndee My fave PF will always be Wish You Were Here.

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i saw pf first after Umma Gumma came out. cost $1.50. Saw at Cleveland statium on Animals tour and remember the sheep parachutes and pig with lazer eyes and huge round screen. glad they used sll that because they would be boring to watch without the toys. Last time i saw them was in support of the Division Bell album. Too bad their founder Syd Barrett foundered and lost it with his mental illness, kind of like Peter Green, the founder of Fleetwood Mac.

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Indeed ladies, Pink Floyd is the best music . I just love all of their albums. Every time I am listening to one album, I am finding it new again to me!

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14 hours ago, Sara_Leighanne said:

@Dinaki @Cyndee My fave PF will always be Wish You Were Here.

 

Excellent album !

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Jeff Beck (thanks Jani) - A day in a life

 

 

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Sara_Leighanne

Todays song..

 

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I always loved the bass line in Broken Wings - I love simple melodic - when warranted

 

And without the other beautiful song of Mr. Mister - a song that's uses a latin phrase from the Catholic mass of all things

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Cyndee said:

A day in a life

A nice version by an underrated guitarist. 

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@Cyndee

I just sent this version to our band - we do 75 Beatles songs but not this one and our lead guitarist could nail this and I've always wanted to be Tal Wickenfeld from the first moment I saw her play with Beck at the Crossroads Festival and now I can try to learn one of her bass parts (a challenge I want to attempt)....

 

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU... You are an amazing woman.....

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@Sara_Leighanne I can't thank you enough for FaceApp - the hair style is exactly how I would love my hair and I am working hard to find a wig - maybe some day with extensions I can have the look and the make up is something for me to strive for. I look my niece only prettier if I don't say so myself (at least in the app).

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We just picked up "The Great Wide Open", "Yer So Bad" and "The Last Time" this week... all smiles here......

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50 minutes ago, Shay said:

@Sara_Leighanne I can't thank you enough for FaceApp - the hair style is exactly how I would love my hair and I am working hard to find a wig - maybe some day with extensions I can have the look and the make up is something for me to strive for. I look my niece only prettier if I don't say so myself (at least in the app).

you are welcome:)

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just listened to one of my songs that was written for a play I wrote - telling the struggles of entertainers on the road and could as easily be about entertainers today....

 

American Lyceum

american lyceum w bill.mp3

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Beautiful.  A melancholy tune where the fiddle really adds to the feeling. 

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For some reasons today, I am listening to classical music and my favorite Katherine Jenkins with Alberto Urso

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I love classical too! 

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@Jani, this is Maria Callas on her last concert. My mom adored her and once, when Miss Callas was in Athens for Onassis, she invited my mommy for afternoon tea.

 

I remember very well that day my mom did not take me with her, she said that she was invited a lone but I do know (I have the feeling) that I wasn't there, because I was different.

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She has a beautiful voice.  Admittedly I am not a huge fan of listening to classical vocals but when I can watch the singer it is very enjoyable.  I suppose it has to do with not understanding the language.  Before the pandemic closed theaters, my local independent showed Pavarotti, the film by Ron Howard. It was very good!  If you have the opportunity to see it, please do.  I think you will enjoy it. 

 

Thank you for sharing! 

 

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Beautiful Relaxing Music - Calm Piano Music for Stress Relief 

on the "relaxdaily" YouTube channel 

 

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Pigeons Playing Ping Pong , saw this band back in Feb just before the pandemic hit, good jammin'

 

 

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how cool is that name..   

 

most interesting name of band i played in in the 1990s was ACS (Ancient Chinese Secret)

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Pretty weird scene about an hour in with the animals on stage and singing happy birthday.  Their lyrics seemed to be upbeat! 
cool!

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I woke up this morning and looked at the most recent FaceApp of what I might look right had I been born a girl and I mentioned it looks something like my brother's oldest daughter, only prettier. And what popped into my head was The Everly Brothers "Dream" and that is what I'm dreaming of looking like (even the hair type they inserted is exactly how I pictured it). I can dream for now but am striving through make up, hair growth and styling/coloring and extensions and HRT to become the photo I have to dream about.

Thank you @Sara_Leighanne so much for the app (again) it has made my week.

 

And I believe Jani likes Cathy's Clown - so here is a medley.

 

The Everly's were the first ones I copied singing at the age of.....wait for it.... 5 years old. I was told back then I sounded like them...which sounds pretty weird now that I think of it - that I sounded like both of them????

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for that @Shay.  I was six when that song was released.  What a rush it was.  Their influence was immense.

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