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Basil

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Just for fun, I wen into my complete list of (almost 10,000) iTunes songs and started a random shuffle. Here were the first ten songs that came up:

1. My Blue Heaven (Richard Evans Piano)
2. These Apples (Barenaked Ladies)
3. Help Me Make it through the night (Bryan Adams)
4. Starwood in Aspen (John Denver)
5. Walk (Foo Fighters)
6. Free Fallin' (Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers)
7. Swan Lake, Op. 20, Act 2: No11 (Tchaikovsky - AndrΓ© Previn & London Symphony Orchestra)
8. A Big Ship Sailing (The Clancy Brothers)
9. As I Go (Langston Hughes - The Voice of Langston Hughes)
10. Driftwood (Moody Blues)
 

Basil

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Only three of them left but they sound as good as ever. I remember when Susan was a little 8 year old with a page-boy haircut.

 

JPSmit

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Love this song so much - just sjowed up in my youtube feed


and


because

It is believed to be the second most recorded pop song in history, after "Yesterday" by The Beatles.
 

GregW

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One of the many sides to Devin Townsend
 

DrEntropy

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My fave rendition:
 

BobHaskell

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In no particular order: Bonamassa, SRV, KWS, Albert King, John Lee Hooker, Peter Frampton, Rush, Joe Cocker, Steve Winwood, CSN&Y, CCR & Fogerty, Eagles, ELO, Buddy Guy, Jeff Healey, Little Feat, Bonnie Raitt, Storyville, Traveling Wilburys, Walter Trout, Joe Walsh and Gov't Mule. Progressive rock band Renaissance played at our college in the late 70s and left a mark - Annie Haslam had a 5 octave range.
 

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In no particular order: Bonamassa, SRV, KWS, Albert King, John Lee Hooker, Peter Frampton, Rush, Joe Cocker, Steve Winwood, CSN&Y, CCR & Fogerty, Eagles, ELO, Buddy Guy, Jeff Healey, Little Feat, Bonnie Raitt, Storyville, Traveling Wilburys, Walter Trout, Joe Walsh and Gov't Mule. Progressive rock band Renaissance played at our college in the late 70s and left a mark - Annie Haslam had a 5 octave range.
A playlist of some note, Bob.

Gotta add:

 
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