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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kelnet, Feb 19, 2019.
Little Martha. ABB,Duane and Dickey
I have learned to play this but just don’t quite have the speed.
First I thought something by the Beatles. But then there's always some weird people who don't like the Fab Four. So it would have to be something by the Stones. How about this one?
Anyone dislike "Life On Mars" by Bowie ?
Mr Bojangles or California Girls.
I particularly like the Jerry Jeff Walker version of Mr Bojangles where he explains the origins of the song.
Don't worry … we will find a happy song .
My 2 cents...
I can't think of anyone who hates Curtis Mayfield.
Dust in the Wind
Can we all agree that we can not possibly agree on this??
I'm with you. Favor America though when it comes to Simone & Garfunkel
Let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together
I've got some real estate here in my bag
So we bought a pack of cigarettes and Mrs. Wagner's pies
And we walked off to look for America…
sounds like a novel begining, not a song....
(and certainly by now cigarettes and mrs wagner's pies are verbotten)
don't know if you've ever listened to Simon's wife stuff but I quite liked her Album
Picture Perfect Morning.
How can any of you not like this song??
had this on 8 track many Tuesdays ago....
such a great arrangement, and the tempo changes, strings, organ guitars.
is that a mellotron?
How can we go past The Loved Ones for universal appeal?
If it isn't "Sleepwalk" or "Rumble" I'm going home.
Tex Beneke and Sonja Heinie in the same clip. What's not to like?
bing crosby and les paul...
this made it to #1
1945 HITS ARCHIVE: It's Been A Long Long Time - Bing Crosby with Les Paul (his #1 version)
Regarding the OP ... Great Q but .... ughhh! ... to the principle suggestion.
Think you'd have to go back to something a bit more rootsey here regarding bridging blues/rock/country (of a sort:) ... So, I'lI vote/anyone else go for ... Tutti Frutti?