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Take Me Home ......Phil Collins
 
 
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"San Tropez", Pink Floyd
(..a cut for all us GreyWolves that enjoy life....a very coventional, peaceful piece - in case anyone is worried) 
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Being it has been a very nice day...an old friend contacted us and resurrected some old memories...someone to NEVER miss, should you catch a chance to see him (this guy's never put something on a platter we do not ownWink)...
 
 
 
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I used to dream about saving the world.
Now I just dream about the holidays.
I used to write so many songs for my girl.
Now all I think about is floating away.
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Anything Stevie Ray......this one will do.
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Sound Of Madness by Shinedown. I need it every morning with my coffee to wake up.
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I'm in a bit of a rock-'n-roll mood, this evening....
 
I just can't find Savoy Brown's "Doin' Fine" (absolutely the way I feel!) so, I'll settle for these... 
 
Savoy Brown, "Shot in the Head"
 
 
~~~and, for many years, my favorite~~~
 
"Street Corner Talking"
 
 
Time for a double-meat burrito - here we come, Taco Bell!
 
 
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Ozzy's "Crazy Train" would be an appropriate song for today. TGIF.Clap
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My song for today: I Hear You Knockin'
 
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Originally posted by Tiz Tiz wrote:

Ozzy's "Crazy Train" would be an appropriate song for today. TGIF.Clap
 
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Still into "Needles In the Camel's Eye" by Brian Eno.  I simply can't get this song out of my head!!!  Smile

 
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As you might have guessed, Aleen...I have that CD, too.  LOL

This morning I listened to Nico's Innocent and Vain.  The ending of that song has always knocked my socks off.  Horrifyingly beautiful.
 
 
 
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As you might have guessed, Aleen...I have that CD, too.  LOL

This morning I listened to Nico's Innocent and Vain.  The ending of that song has always knocked my socks off.  Horrifyingly beautiful.
  
 
Are you sure you're not Mr. Aleen incognito?  LOLTongue  Here Come the Warm Jets is such a great album.  I've only gotten into Brian Eno recently, but he has some great stuff, I tell you!  There is a really good cover version of Needles In the Camel's Eye by a band called the Wolfmen.  Marco Pirroni from Adam and the Ants is in the band.  It's a really good, straightforward cover of the song.
 
 
That's an amazing Nico song you posted.  To be honest, I've only really explored her work with the Velvet Underground but have always meant to get into her solo stuff.  She intrigues me.  I read a biography on her years ago and her story is really sad but fascinating. 
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I might have to download that version, Aleen.
 
Y'know, there's a live album with Eno and Nico (also John Cale and Kevin Ayers).  It's called June 1, 1974, and---well, here's some info on it:
 
 
Oh, and I just listened to an Adam and the Ants song earlier.  Crackpot History.
 
But I listened to this one three times:
 
 
 
 
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"Tomorrow's Girl" by Donald Fagen
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Appropriate for the day...
 
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Rush Across the Road - Joe Jackson. A very pretty, sweet song.
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"Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum
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Been 'gamblin' & winnin' all friggin' day - on computter stuff...so, I guess it has to be "Leaving Las Vegas", by Sheryl Crow - very loud.
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Adam Ant's "Goody Two Shoes"
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"The Logical Song" by Supertramp.
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OkeyDokey...guess I'm feelin' a tad bit of Joe and Leon...'cause we got sleet and snow, now - and I'm NOT goin to MissyD's store until the weather breaks...she can 'Write Me a Letter'Big%20smile
 
 
 
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