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Discussion in 'Music' started by Holly Saunders, Dec 17, 2015.
O M D,sail on the seven seas
Depends on what work out I'm doing. Old country for weights. Double session of ram-jams Black Betty for kicking up the speed doing cardio. That and blue grass & most of everything Little Richard did. Regular listening Dolly Parton to the BEE GEEs
@Jack Knight That's quite a range, 'Dolly to BEE GEEs'.
Never met a Music Genre I didn't like; might not like everything in it,
but I'll find something to 'awake the beast'.
'When the mood strikes' is so appropriate for music.
You, Tom and Sir Walter, keep posting.
I need to broaden my playlist.
What I'm listening to right about now.
Crazy Love - Poco, 1979
I always liked this little song, just because of the way it starts out so simple, and keeps building, adding more base. It takes earphones to notice the difference on this video.
I meant bass.
Finally sat down and watched Ron Howard's documentary on the Beatles.
Nothing short of amazing; As expected from Mr. Howard.
It's called: "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years".
Great footage and of course the songs!
So I'll be listening to some of their songs over the holiday break.
To start me off...one with John on lead vocal and one with Paul.
It's that time of year again...one of my all time favorites...hope nobody has posted it recently.
Oops, posted the wrong song but I like that one also...here is the one I meant to post...
Another interesting version of Drummer Boy...I like it!! It starts out slowly, stick with it at least til the 1:00 min mark.
Some more Pentatonix
This is It .- .Kenny Loggins. 1979 (with Michael McDonald)