Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Sgt. Abbey Road, Feb 1, 2021.
I did the same thing 8 years ago, except to see Tony Orlando. We ended up having the time of our lives. I'd had a few pops and yelled out that it was her bday and Tony stopped everything, asked for her name, and led the entire crowd in singing her Happy Bday.
those shows are always the best with friends and all are in a fun mood for the evening
I'm afraid so.........
enjoyed cheering for you with the Blue Jays!!
Satie is a great cheat for easy memorizing and looking suave at a piano
Once again I was robbed by the Hall of Fame! They can't deny my stats forever!
you didn't take any crap
which is admirable in my books, but sometimes you gotta give a little to get a little....
There's no need for massive decibels for great music. Here's a particular favourite:
Clifford T. Ward.
That's the one "Wildfire" comes from? I'll check it out on Spotify
Agree. Karen's voice is wonderful, and as far as this thread is concerned, I don't think music gets any softer than the Carpenters.
Ran across this Mongolian synth folk outfit recently, nice soft space mood
Haya Band & DaiQing Tana "Silent Sky"
Simon & Garfunkel; The Carpenters; Bob Welch.
I ordinarily like heavier stuff than this but I like these.
There's few softer than Frazier Chorus.
They made a radical statement by covering "Anarchy In The UK" on the "Sloppy Heart" single. The owner of the record store played it for me and made a sale/fan-for-life on the spot!
The music is like a lullaby. The lyrics are very sardonic/acidic. Best of both worlds!
Bread, Carpenters, Michael Franks.
Simon & Garfunkel, Carpenters, Clannad, Barbra Streisand.
I just listened to Nat King Cole, Love Is The Thing.
Now I’m listening to Nazareth, Playin’ The Game.
That's gorgeous. Is that typical of their sound?
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