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Now my favorite song is Pink Floyd – High Hopes.

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John Dee Holeman was a treasure – thanks for that. He was one of the best of all time, in my opinion.

As for Leslie Grace, I enjoyed that, also – especially the retro black and white video, and the vintage hair, clothing styles, and dance choreography.

How about another sample of vintage excellence in song-writing and performing? OK, and the same warning applies about losing your heart to Glenys Lynne…

"However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light." - Stanley Kubrick

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That’s a good one from Helen Merrill, but this one is my favorite from her….

"However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light." - Stanley Kubrick

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yeah.
the kids.
over and over.

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they did not have to wear any masks.

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https://youtu.be/RDHjeiys3a0 Ca Plane Pour Moi. It’s not supposed to make sense.

You can't compare the big flashlight in the sky to the little flashlight in your hand.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band
Live, August 24, 2019

Tedeschi Trucks Band recently released these two videos in support of their new album, Layla Revisited (Live at LOCKN'), a live recording of the classic 1970 album by Derek and the Dominos.

"Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?"

 

"Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out"

 

To my ear, Tedeschi Trucks Band is one of the best live bands out there. And, unlike most of the bands this old geezer listens to, it's still in its prime. The best time to see TTB is now!

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Good stuff KIL.

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and now for Something
Completely Different:

(Led Zep Swing)

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The Doors!! Beer

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"Roadhouse Blues"

Miley Cyrus, Andrew Watt & Robby Krieger

Just stumbled onto this one from last year. It ain't the Doors, but Robby's there, and Miley gets the job done.

 

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before Thorogood,
before anybody.

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I’ll Take You There. https://youtu.be/uY3vgBzgYn4 The Staple Singers

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Ambrosia 1975

I've always liked Ambrosia's eponymous first album better than the releases that followed. Don't get me wrong—the latter work is filled with many great blue-eyed soul hits. But before that, Ambrosia played an ear-friendly fusion of pop and prog-rock, the best of which is the two songs below from its first album.

Alan Parsons, who engineered Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, also does engineering here.

 

"Time Wait for No One"

Check out the bass licks behind the first verse. They are pure joy.

 

"Nice Nice Very Nice"

This one features lyrics adapted from Kurt Vonnegut's novel Cat's Cradle. The opening introduces a motif that morphs and echos throughout the song.

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I listened to "Nice, Nice, Very Nice" because I read Cat's Cradle.

The song didn't do anything for me, and I didn't recognize the lyrics, but I only read the novel once, back in the 1990's.

It's a pretty good book--one of my favorite Kurt Vonnegut novels in addition to Slaughterhouse-Five.

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