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Some of the teachers:

Otis Rush And Eric Clapton – All Your Lovin

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Well i have dug up another Otis lately, and i dont think he was in a rush.

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“Electricity is really just organized lightning”
― George Carlin

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No comment needs I thing…
At that time I was still walking upright under the table. Smile

The Rolling Stones 55 years ago (Bill Wyman; Brian Jones; Charlie Watts; Keith Richards; Mick Jagger).

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SO GOOD!

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I like the look on the faces of the audience Shocked

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Thanks Tally-ho for good shot… Thumbs Up

It was totally different years then, as stage performance and behavior of the audience ….

I was a little boy then, but I have memories of the older ones singing Lady Madonna on the street. Smile

Another song I can listen to every morning with the coffee ..

Men At Work – Down Under

In the same group of good-morning, cheering and charging songs, I can add more of Asia, Village People, a bit of Boston etc.

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Hidden Orchestra – Wandering

Xploding Plastix – Joy Comes In The Morning

DJ Food – The Crow

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Nice selection, fightless22!

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@flightless22 Thumbs Up

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it’s probably just me – but I always find it fascinating to scroll through the songs/titles/artists that are posted in music threads… thanks to all…

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Small Faces – Itchycoo Park


Once again the talented Steve Marriott.
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I have been exploring 80s new wave/synthwave sounds lately…

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How many of you ever heard of Danny Gatton? Perhaps the best unknown guitarist to ever play. When I say unknown, every serious guitarist in just about every genre, knew who he was, but the general public never heard of him.

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Grand Funk Railroad – I’m Your Captain – Shea Stadium 1971


Great Mark Farner… and a great audience also …
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Hi music lovers,

A few days ago Bonham sent me a PM to see if I was OK, because I haven’t been on the forum for ages.
That was very kind and thoughtful of him.
I am fine, and just realized that it has been a while since I had a look-in.
I reached a stage where I had bought enough flashlights, so didn’t spend all my time looking for advice and bargains on the forum, like I used to. I also had a few other things going on which kept me busy.
However, I do enjoy this thread, and posts about my favorite musos by guys like Bonham, RobertB and atbglenn to name a few.
So here I am…and as Steely Dan said “Back Jack, do it again”

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Bonham wrote:
Thanks Tally-ho for good shot… Thumbs Up

Another song I can listen to every morning with the coffee ..

Men At Work – Down Under

In the same group of good-morning, cheering and charging songs, I can add more of Asia, Village People, a bit of Boston etc.

I saw Australian band, Men at Work live in Sydney in 1983.
Many years later they were sued for copying the flute riff in “Down under” from a children’s song.
This had a devastating effect on them, and many say it caused the early death of flute player, Greg Ham

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Robowski wrote:

I saw Australian band, Men at Work live in Sydney in 1983.
Many years later they were sued for copying the flute riff in “Down under” from a children’s song.
This had a devastating effect on them, and many say it caused the early death of flute player, Greg Ham

Thanks Robowski for this info…! I hadn’t heard this story before.
Found a comparison with children’s song:
Still, I’d never heard this nice song if Men at Work had not performed it. Smile

One more time Sir Bryan Ferry with Roxy Music:
Roxy Music – Love Is The Drug

Who cares, some of their early hits:
Roxy Music – Virginia Plain – Top Of The Pops – 24th August 1972

Roxy Music – Do the Strand

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Sir Bryan Ferry is a sophisticated and time-honored musician, with an incredible career spanning over five decades. From his first band, Roxy Music, to a phenomenal solo career where he collaborated with some of the world’s greatest musical talent, Bryan has enjoyed an amazing ride.

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