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We're All Alone, Boz Scaggs 1976

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"We're All Alone" is a song written by Boz Scaggs, which became a hit for Frankie Valli in 1976. The next year it was a top-ten hit for Rita Coolidge in the US and the UK. Scaggs introduced it on his 1976 album Silk Degrees, and included it as the B-side of two of the four single releases from that LP, including "Lido Shuffle".

Dedicated to all the good citizens of Davao City, especially my friends and classmates of Batch 1978, from the Davao City High School!!!
Peace and Love!!!



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Cool version. We're All Alone is one of my favourite Pop tunes. I actually do that song myself, but I put it to tracks so I can better concentrate on the vocals, and even then they are tough. I lowered the key to D, which is a little too low, but when I hit the high notes, they are at least at "lounge" volume. Both We're All Alone and Heart To Heart (Kenny Loggins) are tunes I really like to play, but don't, unless I'm really warmed up. Maybe I'll do them both this Saturday just to challenge myself :)  Cheers!

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