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Two music legends have passed away, in the last 24 Hours:

Eddie Van Halen, main Songwriter and co-founder in 1972,  of the U.S. Band Van Halen.

Eddie was born in Amsterdam but his Family moved to the U.S., in 1962.

Below, is a Youtube clip of JUMP, Van Halens' only No.1 Hit:

 

Overnight, the death was announced of Reggae Singer, Johnny Nash.

He was one of the first non-Jamaican Singers, to record Reggae in Kingston, Jamaica.

He is best known for his 1972 Hit, I Can See Clearly Now:

 

Eddie Van Halen and Johnny Nash, R.I.P.

Regards,

Tom.   :hi:

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1 hour ago, General Cluster said:

Not wanting to upset @mushymanrob (with yet more PC rubbish) but this is alright:

 

Agreed! had to watch the whole video tho to be sure 😁

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12 hours ago, General Cluster said:

Not wanting to upset @mushymanrob (with yet more PC rubbish) but this is alright:

 

dreadful!... youve upset me by putting that in my head! ...lol

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Who are your favourite Vocalists? I'll put these two up, to start with.

FEMALE - Karen Carpenter.

 

MALE - Nat King Cole.

 

Obviously, it's down to personal taste and "one man's meat, is another man's poison."

But IMO, the finest voices from either sex.

Who, are your favourites? 

Regards,

Tom.  :hi:

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41 minutes ago, General Cluster said:

Some good stuff coming out of Norway (IMHO)... so @mushymanrob Scandinavia has bluegrass too!:oldgrin:

 

I bought a bluegrass banjo a few months ago. Really enjoying learning the various rolls and it's helping my picking on the guitar.

Must admit, I've never listened to much bluegrass before, if any.... still not sure if I'll get into it, but I'm loving learning to play.

 

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re - Middle of the Road..

"Chirpy chirpy cheep cheep" was the consumate pop song,  an earworm, simplistic but chatchy and easily the poorest song they ever created! lol.

"soley soley" was far superior as a song, lyrically, production, melody..

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14 hours ago, Katrine Basso said:

Tina Turner .... river deep, mountain high

 

i havnt got my sounds on as my o/h is working from home..  was this her by herself or with ike? ike has been dropped now because of him being a murderer?..

i love the ike and tinas version, phil spector at his very best.. fantastic ott 60's production..

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