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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by mikesr1963, May 13, 2016.
I was sitting at McDonalds the other day and this song came up on the speakers. I've always liked it but never knew who recorded it. So I turned on Shazam and found that it was a group called The Babys. I have since listened to the whole album and they were quite talented. Here is the song for your listening and viewing pleasure.
Nice! Uriah Heep! I got to see them opening up for Judas Priest in June. One of my highlights from that show was this song (yeah I like Vikings!)
Fresh Air! Quintessential 60's
These two old English guys - fifty one years later, gettin' it DONE!
YouTube decided to suggest Alina Gingertail to me this morning. I've been a subscriber of hers for a few years now. This gal is from Russia and as far as I can tell can play almost any instrument and also has the voice of an angel. She also seems to have no problems singing in multiple languages.
I chose this song because it sounds great and shows off that she can really play. Sadly no singing in this one.
This one is a cover of a song in World of Warcraft. It's the Russian version but she sings it so good it raises the hairs on the back of my neck.
Well all right:
I've been watching Mike Florio at ProFootballTalk.com give his take on Antonio Brown after he was dumped by the Pats; I've gone through a bag of chips, a macaroon, a licorice stick and getting a pint frozen avocado desert ready to scarf. This is great entertainment folks, in real time!
Watchin/listening to the Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford
Aside from the spelling, my name.
Ahh … released in 1970. Quintessential early 70's
Picky, picky, picky, lol. Fair enough, though when I think of QMS, the late 60's spring to mind. The Airplane, The Fillmore, etc. Behold one of my prized possessions, the August 1967 issue of the San Francisco Oracle, Summer of Love indeed! I'd go back tomorrow ....
I too wish I was in Tijuana eating BBQ iguana.
Anything from Joe Bonomassa.