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WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO?

A PLACE TO SHARE YOUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEO'S ...

WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO?   AN OLD OLD SONG BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND OR SOMETHING NEW YOU JUST HEARD...  YOUR IPOD CATALOG OF FAVORITES OR YOUR FAVORITE CD BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND..   WHATEVER IT IS,  STOP BY AND SHARE IT HERE, WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR IT : )

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    Casey Kasem's  Top 100 hits of 1980 (part 2)

 

which is songs from 50 to 1 on the radio station here that plays

him every Sunday.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8f-Qb-bwlU

1973 and Rick Derringer looks about fourteen;)

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                 The Joe Cocker CD  Heart & Soul

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Take Me Back by Byan Adams

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@ls1873 wrote:

Take Me Back by Byan Adams


Three Doors Down  Landing in London

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"Rubberband Man"-The Spinners

 

If you're listening to tunes while working out this one is timeless, get down with your funky self!

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                          The CD Adele  21  

 

                  Still waiting for a new CD from her, should be this year.

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Just Heard a song on Sonic Tap( A Direct TV Music Station) called "Life is a Rock" by Reunion,which I haven't heard since the Seventies !

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Funny how there are some songs that you literally have not heard for say forty years, then with the wonder of ITunes and whatnot...there they are back in your music device like a lost friend. And yes my kid has to set my IPod...

 

The Pat Travers Band Live " Boom, Boom ( Out Go the Lights)...and instantly I'm 17 again...that's not a good thing;)

 

Interesting-after I posted this I looked up the videos on YouTube. A backstory about Pat Travers is that a groupie or two mentioned that at his height he was rather ahem...full of himself we might say. If you see how he aged in later videos...karma bites.

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                   The CD    Come Away With Me    Norah Jones

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                   The CD    Come Away With Me    Norah Jones


I saw Norah Jones right before she won all the Grammy's   and it was a great show.. she even mentioned that her CD was for sale in the lobby...   she subsequently stopped having to worry about that  : )

 

Come Away with Me  is such a great song...    http://youtu.be/tO4dxvguQDk

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Bonnie Rait and Norah Jones   Tennessee Waltz

 

http://youtu.be/zzDUi_L6MzA

 

This songs always reminds me of my mother  : ) but it is so sad.. 

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http://youtu.be/P-WdrMLLpPg

 

Bruno and Mark Ronson  on Ellen

 

Uptown Funk

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I saw Ellen too, they were great! another hit for Bruno
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@RavenofNewt wrote:
I saw Ellen too, they were great! another hit for Bruno

His music is just such fun!!    No curlers in his hair in this performance  LOL

ps  nice to hear from you :Woman Happy

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If you have not listened to this... do so..  it is great .. nominated for

 

Best Original Song

  • “Lost Stars,” Begin Again

 

 

Adam Levine Lost Stars

 

http://youtu.be/vyT-oGDnMqE

 

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Just watched it. I'd like to attempt to answer that question. Why is youth wasted on the young? Because that's the nature of things. What is youth? It's not just "Not knowing the difference between right & wrong"; it's not even knowing that there is a right or wrong to be aware of. Everything just "is". A baby is born naked and can't clothe itself. In an effort to protect their offspring, animals protect them as much as they know how (which might not be very much as long as evolution does not exist). Humans are the only animals that put a man-made "skin" on their young (which is not natural). From the very beginning, the baby begins to be separated from nature (some may call this civilized). But, the unspoken rule is embedded in the subconscious that we should not be naked (remember the story about "The Emperor's Clothes"?). Without the wisdom of age, youth will naturally make mistakes (sometimes fatally). In the effort to "raise" children, parents often give them tips to avoid trouble. Trouble from what? Their own fears. [War can wreck havoc on both the natural and the "civilized". World War Two has not been that long ago] In the effort to "grow up" so as to avoid problems and be an acceptable member of the human race, Both parent and child get so absorbed with the cares of the world, that neither are themselves anymore. And when it comes time to reconcile any conflicting interests and "be your authentic self", nobody is comfortable with removing the "clothing" of civilization and being naked. Therefore, "Youth" does not have the wisdom, and "Age" does not have the freedom. The reason why youth is "wasted" on the youth, is because "Wisdom" has not yet figured out how to be young again. And I believe that that is what really plagues humanity, and why I really don't like that song "Peter Pan" by Kelsi Ballerini. Maybe if we give the philosophers the credit they're due, We'll listen to what they have to say about this. Think about it. Really.
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OK, listen up. I know I'm replying to my own post. But I'm new at this and it didn't quite come out right. I hope this part gets attached to the right place so it makes sense. the post I'm talking about is a reply to the link to the song "Lost Stars" by Adam Levine. I tried to address the question of "Why is youth wasted on the young?". In that post I said that I really didn't like the song "Peter Pan" by Kelsi Ballerini. If anyone doesn't get it (or doesn't care), I urge you to listen to the song "X Amount Of Words" by Blue October. If you care, you'll get it. If you don't care, you should still hear it; It might mean something else to you, anyway.
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@dl73698250   When making a post, you need to let us know which post, specifically, you're responding to.  You can do that by hitting "Quote" at top of posting area, before you begin keying in your post.  You've given numerous interesting responses, many of them lengthy, at this topic, but we readers don't, for most part, readily know which response goes with which previous post.  Using the "Quote" feature would be a big help - thanks!  Smiley Happy 

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When making a post, you need to let us know which post, specifically, you're responding to. You can do that by hitting "Quote" at top of posting area, before you begin keying in your post. You've given numerous interesting responses, many of them lengthy, at this topic, but we readers don't, for most part, readily know which response goes with which previous post. Using the "Quote" feature would be a big help - thanks!
But I didn't find a "Quote" button. Am I on the wrong page? How come I can't ever find what I'm looking for?
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@dl73698250 wrote:
I got a message saying:
When making a post, you need to let us know which post, specifically, you're responding to. You can do that by hitting "Quote" at top of posting area, before you begin keying in your post. You've given numerous interesting responses, many of them lengthy, at this topic, but we readers don't, for most part, readily know which response goes with which previous post. Using the "Quote" feature would be a big help - thanks!
But I didn't find a "Quote" button. Am I on the wrong page? How come I can't ever find what I'm looking for?

When you post a reply to someone else's message the Quote button will be at the top right.  Click it and the post you are replying to will appear.  You can also copy and past from the post you want to reply to or reply to the person as @dl73698250.  Is that clearer?

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@nyadrn wrote:

@dl73698250 wrote:
I got a message saying:
When making a post, you need to let us know which post, specifically, you're responding to. You can do that by hitting "Quote" at top of posting area, before you begin keying in your post. You've given numerous interesting responses, many of them lengthy, at this topic, but we readers don't, for most part, readily know which response goes with which previous post. Using the "Quote" feature would be a big help - thanks!
But I didn't find a "Quote" button. Am I on the wrong page? How come I can't ever find what I'm looking for?

When you post a reply to someone else's message the Quote button will be at the top right.  Click it and the post you are replying to will appear.  You can also copy and past from the post you want to reply to or reply to the person as @dl73698250.  Is that clearer?


Yes, I found it.

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@dl73698250   Glad you found the Quote button.

 

@nyadrn  Thank you for helping clarify about use of the Quote button.  I only just now discovered that dl73698250 needed further assistance than my post had provided.  (And I think I'm always so clear, when giving directions - lol  Smiley LOL )    Pam

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@dl73698250 wrote:

@nyadrn wrote:

The Voice 2016 Blind Audition - Billy Gilman: "When We Were Young"

 

https://youtu.be/wkJrShaOaz0


Is that the same Billy Gilman all grown up who did "One Voice" a long time ago as a boy?


@dl73698250   Yes it is!  Good catch.

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@nyadrn wrote:

The Voice 2016 Blind Audition - Billy Gilman: "When We Were Young"

 

https://youtu.be/wkJrShaOaz0


Is that the same Billy Gilman all grown up who did "One Voice" a long time ago as a boy?

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The Voice 2016 Blind Audition - Riley Elmore: "The Way You Look  and a bonus duet with Adam !!

 

https://youtu.be/GVHlpm_lmOw

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The Voice 2016 Blind Audition - Billy Gilman: "When We Were Young"

 

https://youtu.be/wkJrShaOaz0

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Cyndi Lauper  Heartaches by the Numbers  

 

https://youtu.be/Er6yUL_fykw

 

Is this it @mp8908

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