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I like listening to the songs listed here and some i've never heard of but are awesome.  Thanks!

 

Who doesn't love music!

 

You can lead a Liberal to knowledge, but you can't make'em THINK! 😞
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Michael Monagan- a wonderful singer/songwriter in his 60s:

Rock and R&B:

http://www.monagan.com/restless-2019-listen

http://www.monagan.com/soul-survivor-2017

Soft Rock and Folk:

http://www.monagan.com/echo-2014-listen

 

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Johnny Clegg, songwriter, dancer, anthropologist:  who contributed greatly to the world's understanding of Zulu culture and to South Africa's liberation from Apartheid.  

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Thank you for your kind words!  They meant a lot to me!

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Elvis Presley, may he live on forever.
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I really miss the music of the 80s.  In particular, I miss Phil Collins and Lionel Richie.  Both were smooth and distinctly unique. 

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I think Glen Cambpell should be admired and loved. He had a fantastic voice and was an amazing guitarist and could play banjo and bagpipes as well! He was always my favorite artist.

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I love The Moody Blues, too.  I love Justin Hayward's voice and even though I'm not a "poetry" person, was always very moved by Graeme Edge's Late Lament.  When I was in Madison Square Garden hearing them perform "Nights in White Satin" in the 1970's, I felt I was actually in heaven.  LOL

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Whenever someone asks me about my favorite musician(s) I say The Moody Blues, but in the back of my mind I'm thinking "well, after the Beatles, of course" because that goes without saying. They are in a class all by themselves. 

 

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Earth, Wind and Fire!

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