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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by lowatter, May 23, 2020.
There's too many of them
Sung by Elton John as part of a great album, and written by Leslie Duncan........
Just one I have always liked. Followed by a much different live version starting at 15:50. That is followed by a super cool 5 cello cover version. Then followed by a Leo Kottke version for all the Leo Kottke fans. Well, the OP asked...
Some great tunes here!
I'd like to submit this one for your consideration - a sweet song, Glenn Hughes' soulful vocals and a very tasteful solo from Mel Galley.
Harriet has a unique voice used to great effect here.
There's just something about sibling harmony.
Everything Dori sings is beautiful in my opinion.
A couple more:
Don’t know why these guys weren’t huge:
I would usually require vocals for that question, but I'll stick "Sleep Walk" up there....
Box of Rain, Grateful Dead