'Please Come to Boston" - No lip syncing

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  1. GGardner

    GGardner Tele-Afflicted

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    This gave me the chills. Even with the clumsy edit at 3:15

     
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    Recce Friend of Leo's

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    I really like that song.

    You are right someone really butchered that spot.
     
  3. boredguy6060

    boredguy6060 Friend of Leo's

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    I use to do that song , I really liked it, it’s been decades since I’ve heard it.
    The singer we had didn’t particularly like slow ballads so we dropped prematurely imo.
    I was the guitar player, I just played what was on the list, but that was a good tune.
     
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    Love that song. The public really only know him as a one hit wonder even though he's still around.

    Also liked Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues from Danny O'keefe. Early 70s stuff.

     
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    Nice song, any relation to Kenny?
     
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    Cousin I believe
     
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    Jim W Friend of Leo's

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    I saw Dave Loggins in the mid 70s (74-77), he was really good. Stand out concert. He did a song about pay toilets (remember those) on the turnpike called "white seat satisfaction - fun song.
     
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    Great song. The '70s are a bit of a blur for me, I might have credited Harry Chapin.
     
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