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  • __________
    Ain't no sacrilege to call Elvis king
    Dad is great and all but he never could sing -
    Jesus

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    Silent for Rick ....

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    Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.

    -Coco Chanel

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    • #3
      I was listening to Pandora this morning at work and this tune came on. When I heard it, for whatever reason, I thought this sounds like that rhino55 fella from that songwriting forum. I havn't listened to too much of rhino's stuff and don't know him at all, but the few demos I have heard sound like they would fit right in with this.

      So FWIW, this reminds me of you rhino55



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      • #4
        Also thinking of Rick:

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        • #5




          wow... in kind of does.
          __________
          Ain't no sacrilege to call Elvis king
          Dad is great and all but he never could sing -
          Jesus

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          • #6
            Some day, I want to sit down with bee3 and write a song like this:

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            • #7
              Bruce Cockburn.





              “Good Vibrations” was probably a good record but who's to know? You had to play it about 90 bloody times to even hear what they were singing about. What’s next? Rock opera? —Pete Townshend, Melody Maker Interview, 1966.

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              • #8


                music and social stuff

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                • #9




                  I haven't listened to it yet but am flattered that you thought of me. Hopefully it doesn't suck.

                  Cheers!
                  ...

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                  • #10
                    I like this song. Especially the bass.

                    “Good Vibrations” was probably a good record but who's to know? You had to play it about 90 bloody times to even hear what they were singing about. What’s next? Rock opera? —Pete Townshend, Melody Maker Interview, 1966.

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                    • #11
                      Carl Perkins.



                      The Beatles.

                      “Good Vibrations” was probably a good record but who's to know? You had to play it about 90 bloody times to even hear what they were singing about. What’s next? Rock opera? —Pete Townshend, Melody Maker Interview, 1966.

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                      • #12
                        I do love me some Dan Hicks. I love his voice, his tunesmithery, not to mention his choice of singing partner here: Rickie Lee Jones.

                        “Good Vibrations” was probably a good record but who's to know? You had to play it about 90 bloody times to even hear what they were singing about. What’s next? Rock opera? —Pete Townshend, Melody Maker Interview, 1966.

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                        • #13
                          Phil!

                          I always love those sometimes woody/sometimes bitey, scooped bass sounds that guys like Lesh, the Airplane's Jack Cassidy, the Move's Jeff Lynne, or Yes's Chris Squire have gotten over the years.

                          Speaking of which, my favorite Move track -- and one of my all time favorites...



                          Best opening lines of all time...

                          "People throwing pennies in my soup
                          expecting me to be ashamed of you... "


                          music and social stuff

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                          • #14
                            Jack Sheldon was my favorite comedian of the 1960s. This is not his best routine, but it cracks me up.



                            He's also a great singer.



                            He also played sweet, beautiful jazz trumpet.



                            I don't think there's never been anybody like him.
                            “Good Vibrations” was probably a good record but who's to know? You had to play it about 90 bloody times to even hear what they were singing about. What’s next? Rock opera? —Pete Townshend, Melody Maker Interview, 1966.

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                            • #15
                              They say Chet Baker was funny... in a sad kind of way.



                              music and social stuff

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