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Teri Anne

Love the Everly Brothers. The Nelsons ( Ricky Nelson's sons) were a great group too in the late 80s

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Jackie C.

Today? Babymetal!

 

Gimmie' Chocolate

 

Ironically, there is no chocolate in the house.

 

Hugs!

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Oh! Pretty Woman.... the song and you

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I noticed my first HRT effects today...yay

 

 

 

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Well it is Saturday late afternoon here - we used to do this one and I loved singing it......One Way Out by the Allman's with Duane....and Whipping Post

 

https://youtu.be/yJ9twEldw_M

https://youtu.be/FUvxRjYqjEQ

 

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Teri Anne

Was outside washing my Jeep at a friends farm way out in the country so we had lots of good music playing.

Motorhead, Dio and some Bryan Adams.

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Speaking of Bryan Adams, here we go, love the chord voicing used @ 2:05 - 2:35 iconic, so 1984 takes me back to the early days of my relationship with my sweetie....it's time travel for sure.....

 

 

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how cool...i once put together a band together of co-workers for a company picnic and we played this one. I really enjoyed singing. This and Cuts Like a Knife are my favorite Bryan Adams songs.

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For those of us who like their rock a bit heavier, I found this song on Spotify and It's been stuck In my head for the last couple days. Dunno why. It doesn't really have much relevance to what's going on in my own life but I found it rather humorous and it does make me think of other people I know and have known. The artist had this to say about it:

 

"It's about what you want to fill the blank with. I decided to throw rocks at those people who blindly give their lives away to religion or other weird organizations like cults. They really give away their freedom of thoughts and go the wrong direction. I had one friend in time who was that way. It pissed me off, it's a waste of good human. It's unfortunate."

 

Quoted from Wikipedia

 

The Song:

X Marks the Spot

Sonata Arctica

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how timely...thanks. i have a philosophy that when you go through something difficult in your life you getter better or bitter or surrender. i think my niece at this point has surrendered and fits the quote you mentioned.

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Whoa, sorry Shay! I didn't really mean that post in response to anything in particular. I was just following the theme of the thread!

If it did strike a chord with you tho, that's great!

 

The song reminded me at first of:

1: A friend I had back in 2016. He was a bona fide Satanist and the craziest guy I've ever met to this day 

2: On the opposite extreme, my sister who is about as fanatical christian you can get!

 

Obviously I fit somewhere in the middle but still unwilling to "surrender" to either.

My satanist friend has since vanished from my life but my sister... Is a topic for another thread.

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Teri Anne

I guess playing music my whole life I view a song as nothing more than a group of words like a poem.

Never had one "reach" into my soul and change my perception of life.

Bryan Adams songs are pretty simple to play like any solid rock song.

Its only love is a fun one to play live crowds live it. One night love affair is my fave to play.

I was in a music store in Albany New York in 2005 looking at guitars and met Keith Scott Bryan's lead guitar player. I was playing the intro to its only love and he walked over and said hey you are playing that the right way and in the right key awesome most people mess that up.

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25 minutes ago, Teri Anne said:

I was in a music store in Albany New York in 2005 looking at guitars and met Keith Scott Bryan's lead guitar player. I was playing the intro to its only love and he walked over and said hey you are playing that the right way and in the right key awesome most people mess that up.

 

What a neat encounter, how fun....

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Teri Anne

I love when chance encounters happen.

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Sara_Leighanne

I did see them live when I was a teen but I never got to meet her. Enjoy.

 

 

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Teri Anne

Evanescence is a great band.

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Sara_Leighanne
23 minutes ago, Teri Anne said:

Evanescence is a great band.

Have you heard Amy's collaboration with Lindsey Stirling?

 

 

 

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@QuoraQ sorry...didn't mean it the way you thought i took it. The song you mentioned touched on another sapect of life and that is a good thing. i plan to listen to listen the when i can really hear it.

i am a songwriter and i love how music touches people and you hear a song when you,are supposed to and that is as it is supposed to be. I write and i hope each of my children (ie songs) go into the world and hopefully doing good deeds to others. The songwriter you pointed out would love to know the song affected you at this moment.

 

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this music is absolutely gorgeous................

 

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@Sara_Leighanne the music you are listening reminded my of my favorite all time piece of music from Sting

 

 

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The other beauty song that touchs my soul  I first heard when I watched Donnie Darko - here is a beauty stripped down version

 

 

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Teri Anne

Thanks for posting that Amy and Lindsey collab I had never heard that piece.

They both are awesome talents.

 

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Teri Anne

My all time fave singer is Johnny Gioeli . He played in a band called Hardline in the early 90s.

He sings for guitarist Axel Rudi Pell's band a lot and tours with them.

Axel really influenced my playing overall and got me to play cleaner and not rely on lots of gain in an amp.

Here is a good piece they did a few years back.

 

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