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AC/DC - Back in Black - "Given the Dog a Bone"

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Bill Evans Jim Hall - Undercurrent
(1962, United Artists Jazz)  1A/1A

 

 


Jefferson Airplane - Jefferson Airplane Takes Off
(1966, RCA Victor)

 

 

Jimi Hendrix - Roots Of Hendrix
(1972, Trip)

 

   


Edited by speakerlabfan - 5/1/13 at 9:57pm
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You know how you get stuck on a song........well, whenever this was a hit I heard it. Then one day years later, a couple of bars and lyrics popped into my head and took me 6 months of asking everyone I thought would know to help me figure out what song it is!  LOL Finally an old radio rep of mine came up with it.

 

I must have listened to it 10 times in a row a few different times WHY?  blink.gif  hehehehe

 

 

File source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ah_Leah.jpg

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You know how you get stuck on a song........well, whenever this was a hit I heard it. Then one day years later, a couple of bars and lyrics popped into my head and took me 6 months of asking everyone I thought would know to help me figure out what song it is!  LOL Finally an old radio rep of mine came up with it.

 

I must have listened to it 10 times in a row a few different times WHY?  blink.gif  hehehehe

 

 

File source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ah_Leah.jpg

Wow does that trigger the "Way Back" machine! I saw Donnie Iris perform that live while I was playing pool about 20 feet from the stage in a small Minnesota bar back in 1981 or 82....Great tune....

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2112 Album - Rush

 

Completely immersive.

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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

You know how you get stuck on a song........well, whenever this was a hit I heard it. Then one day years later, a couple of bars and lyrics popped into my head and took me 6 months of asking everyone I thought would know to help me figure out what song it is!  LOL Finally an old radio rep of mine came up with it.

 

I must have listened to it 10 times in a row a few different times WHY?  blink.gif  hehehehe

 

 

File source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ah_Leah.jpg

 

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Wow does that trigger the "Way Back" machine! I saw Donnie Iris perform that live while I was playing pool about 20 feet from the stage in a small Minnesota bar back in 1981 or 82....Great tune....

Wow you got to see him and it must have been LOUD!  Are you any good? I could run a rack or two of 9 ball back in the day:)

 

This must be 20 years later? And HE still kills it. Back up singers not so much but he still has it.

 

 

What else did they play?

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Various Artists Chesky Records - Audiogon Presents The Wake Up Your Ears Sampler (2013)
HDtracks Hi-Res Downloads - $4.98 for 15 tracks,not bad at all.


1 Good Mystery - Amber Rubarth 3:10

2 Rag No. 18 "The Coney Island Rag" - David Chesky 3:16

3 You Shook Me - CC Coletti 6:48

4 St. Louis Blues - Wycliffe Gordon 5:34

5 Stank - Jamey Haddad/Mark Sherman/Lenny White 4:45

6 Dancing Flute and Drum - Dr. Chesky 3:55

7 Mozart Ave Verum - Choir of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament 3:12

8 Edgar the Barber - Dr. Chesky 0:32

9 Get Behind the Mule - John Hammond 5:11

10 You Haven't Done Nothin' - Jen Chapin 3:32

11 Full Moon over Istanbul - The Larry Coryell Organ Trio 3:31

12 You Got Me - Rebecca Pidgeon 2:55

13 Cantaloupe Island - Lenny White/Buster Williams/George Colligan/Steve Wilson 7:33

14 Alright, OK, You Win - Louise Rogers 4:05

15 Breathe - Seamus Blake/Ari Hoenig/Mike Moreno/Sam Yahel 6:32
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I must have listened to it 10 times in a row a few different times WHY?

Ha, Ah! Leah! comes up on Sirius or other 80's music stations,it was a minor hit in the day and will get stuck in your craw for a spell...
Over shadowed by The Cars and Billy Squier tunes in that time.

If there ever was a song played to death on a high school cafeteria jukebox it was Gary Wright's 1976 'Dream Weaver'
Between that and his other hit 'Love is Alive' we were doomed during lunch hour.
Churning out the pop anthems around the same time as Donnie Iris.

https://soundcloud.com/montreal1976/gary-wright-dream-weaver-1
Edited by 5aces - 5/1/13 at 10:04pm
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Miss Kittin is exercising the bass in my cans...

 

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What else did they play?

A lot of tunes from "Back on the Streets" and some of his earlier stuff along with some 50's and 60's rock.... Fun night....

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Los Lobos: "By the Light of the Moon" (1987 & 2012)

 

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Bill Evans Jim Hall - Undercurrent
(1962, United Artists Jazz)  1A/1A

 

 


 

I love this record! The chemistry between those two musical giants is not from this world tongue.gif


Edited by Quinto - 5/2/13 at 8:30am
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"Graceland" - Paul Simon

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