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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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First pick would have to be The Beatles. They were at the center of my universe during the 60's! So much of their music has stood the test of time. As they turned solo, I have always enjoyed the music of George Harrison; also timeless, often spiritual, always beautiful, that was George.

 

 

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For me, The Beatles were the greatest rock-and-roll band ever!  Don't think any other group compares with their innovation or creativity. 

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Eric Claopton usually a good all around choice Thanks

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