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FOr all of your who had tense times and tears shed and anguish any time this week.... two of my favorite inspirations in my own writing.....

 

 

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Another pair I love to listen to me I need a pick me up 

 

 

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Following @Shay's excellent selection this morning, I give you Indigo Girls

 

I remember first hearing these two women twenty five years ago. At the time I didn't know I was trans, but I knew, absolutely, that I wished I was Amy Ray.

 

"Here's what I find about compromise,

Don't do it if it hurts inside,

'cause, either way you're screwed, 

And eventually you find,

You may as well feel good,

You may as well have some pride."

 

 

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I forgot about the Indigo Girls. That brings me back to a simpler time in my life.

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My thought for the day and WEEK for me and all of you fine brave amazing ladies.......

 

 

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@Shay - Great tune Heather, Love the organ solo in the long version, and the guitar tone is really cool in that track.

 

Here is another one from the era

 

Mott the Hoople (1971)

 

Home is where I want to be....

 

 

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Lovely Hoople song ....

 

Reminded me of the era .....

 

love Steve Marriot's vocals

 

 

 

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Great tunes, "it's really been a gas" recalling a Steve Marriott quote on the Fillmore live album. Saw Humble Pie live in LA, they rocked....

 

and of course Peter's guitar runs, legendary...

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We had just moved and I started going to classes in January of my senior year (for 4.5 months).  A senior class group went to see Humble Pie in Boston.   It was right after I got there.  Boo hoo. 

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Fast forward a few decades, and my mind lands here...

 

such tasty Trevor Rabin guitar parts....

 

Lift me Up (1991) - Yes

 

it's uplifting...

 

 

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GOOD STUFF - 

 

I like this a cappella opening

 

https://youtu.be/MooE0Y9yIhg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The more you are down - look up and see 

Even in your darkest hour - believe in YOU

 

 

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Can this girl play - and to think bass is not her primary instrument - she picked it up when she was 16 and moved to LA from Austrialia and they told her she could get more jobs playing bass - so she did - played with Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Herbie Hancock....

 

 

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SOme great music here.  Today I'm in a Melisa mood.  

 

 

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I'm listening to all my Mac Davis downloadeds because he set the tone for my teenage years. 

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I rarely find a song as moving as this one has been for me. I hope anyone that listens to it feels the same.

 

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