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Posted By Dix,
Feb 15, 2013 at 9:46 PM
Both songs are before my time but are great songs.
New to me group I've been listening to today. Good sound. Here's a tune for hearthers.
I have been a HUGE zappa fan since 12yrs old. use to sneek into my sisters room and crank the joe's garage album. i have many albums and cd's. i like his live stuff the best. seen frank at royal oak music threater back in the 80's and a few years ago seen dweezil and the ZPZ band in concert.
My wife showed me this one last night. Sad but quite catchy... Life is to short so try your hardest to enjoy.
First time the wife and I saw Allison Krauss live,,, wow can that girl sing out a tune! On this particular song my wife turns to me and says you know what,,, these song lyrics are all about you! Something I never forgot!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jcRZ_J_VgNc
An Angel, given to us for a short time,, she died at 33 of cancer...What a voice!
How sad! What strength!
What a great story about a wonderful musician and person! Live life!
Zap I have always loved that version much more than Metallica. It's good to hear it again !
This is my favorite Eva Cassidy song.
That's one of my wife's favorite McLachlan tunes. It has sad connotations for me. We played it a lot when her sister died, including at her memorial. It's a touching song, played and sung beautifully.
Digging on this, Tomorrow leaving at 5am for a day of Skiing in Northern Michigan to close out the season here before I head west.
alt-J (∆) Breezeblocks
I always go back to this