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  1. katry Says:

    George Herbert quote

  2. Birgit Says:

    Color on KTCC πŸ™‚

  3. Spaceman Says:

    Traditional hymn. You liked a previous David Crowder song

  4. minicapt Says:

    The Cape Cod Cottage as a row house.


  5. Spaceman Says:

    Cowboy Junkies do Lou Reed

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    • katry Says:

      This is always a perfect choice. What a great group, great song. I can see their moves as they sing this song!

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    • katry Says:

      This is such a classic! Great choice!!

      • im6 Says:

        Wonderful, wonderful song. She was about 15 when she recorded this, yet you can hear such heartache in her voice. Brenda is one of those artists I always liked, but never fully appreciated what a great songstress she was until I was much, much older.

      • katry Says:

        I too liked Brenda but never bought her records. I don’t know why. Now I find her voice filled with all that emotion you too mentioned. You can hear from the first two words.

        Great song and great singer!

  12. GnuFool Says:

    • katry Says:

      I don’t associate this with her-I know it is a Skeeter Davis, but it is also perfect for Brenda’s voice-it is just a bit different.

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    • katry Says:

      I remember the song but not the singer. I looked him up and found out he has had a long career-which surprised me. He us now an Australian.

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    • katry Says:

      Now that I’ve heard this I remember it well. It is a good song, and he has an easily recognizable voice.

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    • katry Says:

      Great song which I said I didn’t know until the first notes started then I knew it well, but I would never have remembered the name of the group.

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    • katry Says:

      This is an all-time great rock and roll icon and his band and I always think of this song as launching a greater following for rock and roll. I remember it was in the soundtrack for Blackboard Jungle.

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  18. im6 Says:

    A bit of a departure from what GnuFool and Spaceman have posted this week, but I heard this on the radio this evening and was *once again* taken aback and made breathless by just how magnificent this group could be.

    • katry Says:

      I used to have to defend my liking The Moody Blues. I never understood that. I have some vinyl still and a couple of Cd’s. This song is a great one. The imagery is lovely.

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