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    Fyfe Dangerfield - She's always a women

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    Natalie Imbruglia - Torn on Radio 2.
    Not by choice, I'm at work. But I was singing and jigging along, I admit it!

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    Another weekend... another long hot day in the art studio painting... another cook-out in the back-yard (barbecued chicken)... and still another slew of good beers (thank God for on-line spell-check) and I'm back listening to Frank...



    and Miles...



    and if I keep drinking... and there's a case of Young's Double Chocolate just calling to me... I'll end up with the Stones played REAL LOUD.:hg::buddies:


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    Instead of the Stones I went off into left field and ended up listening to this:



    A phenomenal singer!! My secular, non-practicing, Jewish studio mate ended up singing along with Mahalia last time I played her in the studio, and he declared that he wants me to have her and Johnny Cash' "Keep Your Eyes on Jesus" played at his funeral just to see the expression on his family's faces.:shock::rofl:

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    I forgot about this John Prine song (performed soulfully HERE by Bonnie Raitt), "Angel from Montgomery." There are very few exceptions where I enjoy country music, but this is one of them. Damn, what an absolute tearjerker!
    At last to guess, instead of always knowing. To be able to say “ah” and “oh” and “hey” instead of “yea” and “amen. ” ~ Wings of Desire

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    One of Sinatra's best ballad albums.
    Martha doesn't signal when the orchestra comes in, she's just pursing her lips..

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    I've been listening to a lot of Dream Theater and Lacuna Coil lately. And I have recently started listening to Rory Gallagher....very enjoyable music.

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    Country Gospel isn't really my thing, but despite the fact that a few songs are way too sappy (none more so than "Are all the Children In") the majority are pretty good and most - leaving aside the subject matter - don't sound that different from the secular music Cash was making in the 50's. In the end it's almost impossible to dislike this album because he sounds so sincere
    Martha doesn't signal when the orchestra comes in, she's just pursing her lips..

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    Martha doesn't signal when the orchestra comes in, she's just pursing her lips..

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    I've been listening to a lot of Dream Theater
    Good call!

    Fatal Tragedy. By the above. With some pretty awesome drumming from Mr. Portnoy.
    "I like to think that oysters transcend national barriers" - Roger Waters

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