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nice stuff - enjoyed 

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I was feeling a bit overwhelmed and then I was looking through this post and it sent me looking.

 

Nana Mouskouri - I Have a Dream.

 

I have a dream, a song to sing To help me cope with anything

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When I know the time is right for me I'll cross the stream, I have a dream I have a dream, a fantasy.

To help me through reality and my destination makes it worth the while pushing through the darkness still another mile.

 

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When I know the time is right for me I'll cross the stream, I have a dream

 

I feel more peaceful now. Apolamváno  ?

 

Ankaliés

Robin

 

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@Robin.CThose lyrics are absolutely gorgeous thank you I feel better just reading them.

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Remembering I planned to do a show on Woodstock... 51 years ago and doing a mini-concert in the middle - I've attached slides from the show including then and now - couples who met and married and are still together including the iconic couple on the cover of the 3 album set. Hop you enjoy.

 

 

 

woodstock powerpoint.pptx

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The Lido Shuffle by Boz Scaggs.

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A little known Badfinger song .... I relate to the lyrics and I think you might as well.

 

 

 

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good day at work, and I've got this going on.... just a lovely acoustic sound

 

"I know a town, where people are running, away from life"

 

 

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Thank you for turning me unto this group... Have you ever checked acoustic alchemy or Shadowfax

 

 

I remember listening to this next piece landing in Ohio during a light early morning snow coming to visit family at Christmas - so peaceful

 

 

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@Cyndee glad work day going well for you - is that your bike I hear calling you?

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made enough money selling old comics to pay for electrolysis for the next 3 weeks  and some of therapist.... listing more and relaxing with a performer I sorely miss - what a talent that was taken from us MUCH TOO EARLY....

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Shay said:

@Cyndee glad work day going well for you - is that your bike I hear calling you?

 

it's appears so, and a lovely sunny day out again perhaps upper 70's this afternoon , my purple rider awaits...

 

Acoustic Alchemy - nice !

 

Hugs

 

 

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exercise refreshs the mind and readies the soul for soulful music....

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I'm in love with female rock vocalists, so when I discovered that Lizzie Hale (the lead vocalist for the band Halestorm) did an accompaniment with the Mongolian rock band "The Hu" I just had to listen.  It is absolutely spectacular!  I love Lizzie's voice and I think the The HU is amazing.  What a super combination.

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Shay said:

Have you ever checked acoustic alchemy or Shadowfax

I love Acoustic Alchemy!  I've got a stack of their music and have seen them 6 or 7 times when they tour the US.  

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If you like Michael Hedges you may enjoy Don Ross, a Canadian guitarist.  Another favorite of mine!  

 

 

 

 

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listening to Paul McCartney's side project called The Fireman - plan to get involved in EDM and vocal cascades ......

 

 

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SiriusXM - Channel 31 (Tom Petty channel) is in my head phones this morning....

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Best station on Sirius in my opinion... So much like early FM progressive stations in early 70s

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Today felt like an electro-funk kinda day. Bag Raiders, Classixx, Groove Armada, Daft Punk and more.

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good stuff can you recommend some EDM I might listen to - I'm going to attempt writing something in that vein and need to research it.

 

In the meaintime I think I'll listen to a little 

 

 

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This playlist has a decent mix of popular 2020 EDM tracks. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3Di88mvYplBtkDBIzGLiiM?si=TRW8Llx3SjmnqQRhaukLTw. EDM is pretty broad sonically, there is a lot of variation and genres. It's more of a general classification of electronic music versus an actual genre. You've got House, Techno, Rave, Trance, Breakbeat hardcore, Jungle, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, and Trap, to name just a few.

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Our band is picking up this one and this is how I feel today.... hopeful....

 

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@SaraAW thank you for the EDM list - I'm "studying" - I like .

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