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Kind of a Norah Jones kind of morning [I still can't get over the fact her daddy was Ravi Shankar]

 

 

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Teri Anne

Ravi was a staple in the commune I lived it back in 68.

 

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That must have been great nourishment.....

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6 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

Ravi was a staple in the commune I lived it back in 68.

Two of my closest friends lived on a commune in Vermont back in the 60's.   I was turned on to Indian music by my former BIL.  My wife and I really enjoy Ravi's music.

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Dirty Palm is one of my favorite artists :DD

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This goes out to Cyndee

 

 

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@Shay - ❤️ 😄

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listen to the bass

 

 

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smooth, polished........

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ok - another WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Under appreciated bass player.................

 

 

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 Reminded of this song today - smile on my face..............

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I love that song.

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Heather Nicole

@Shay: First I've ever heard that one ("Closer to Home"). Not my usual era, but I really enjoyed it. Feel like it also deserves a place in the "songs not about trans, but may as well be about trans" thread, too!  Thanks for broadening horizons!

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ElizabethStar

Smash by the Offspring is my theme music today.

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4 hours ago, Shay said:

@Heather Nicole glad you are open to old folks tunes. 😀👍

I am always amazed at how much of the music from "back in the day" is still popular with young folks.

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Heather Nicole

 

5 hours ago, Shay said:

@Heather Nicole glad you are open to old folks tunes. 😀👍

 

My first concert as a kid was Neil Diamond. Forever into "Forever in Blue Jeans". ;)

 

Besides, it won't be long until my era is "old folks tunes". It's already a little surreal to be hearing so much of it on the local "oldies" station.

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come on in - the water's fine - as well as the tunes......

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for all us here at TP

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Phil Keaggy and GLASS HARP - Hendrix loved Phil's playing.

 

 

 

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nice message this morning, and the lovely slide guitar, and funky bass lines, "sure help me thru"

 

 

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Good band good song.... I always had fun calling them Hogfat in a year of do that. Absolutely loved their first album.  Savoy Brown lost a lot when they lost these guys but we musicians and fans gained a lot.

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this decided to find me today

 

 

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now I feel better - thank you Cyndee and MUSIC...................

 

 

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