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    Originally a Jazz song circa 1931 but revived as a pop hit by the Mamas and the Papas 1968

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    Good Day 3 of Season 321 on your Seasonista dial!

    I feel like a kid in a candy store listening to the wonderful songs brought thus far this Season. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.



    Here's the listen I offer today for your consideration. Thanks to Elena (Car Singer) I've discovered the Unthanks. Here's a beautiful listen courtesy of the BBC:



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    Here's one by Bob Gallion, who was a traditional country artist from the 50's into the 80's. He cracked the top 10 a few times, and this one went top 20 for him in 1959. He later was a regular on the Wheeling Jamboree for many years, and owned a talent booking agency, and was a disk jockey. I wore his "Out of a Honky Tonk" CD out when I was driving back in the day, so here's a hardcore honky tonk tune from Mr. Gallion!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ginga_yin View Post
    For season regulars who have played lots of songs it is quite a challenge to come up with something new.
    I chose the Finnish song Ammulla Varhain and I found the words and chords on the Ultimate guitar site
    It fell under Misc Traditional and underneath that section are hundreds of obscure songs that more
    people will never have heard of so if you are looking for a song and a challenge you might find what you are looking
    for there. Go to this site.

    https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/arti...raditional_885

    Thank you for this, Rob.

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    Greetings,

    This should be kinda new for most. The band is called Jack's Mannequin and the song is Swim. I added a second soprano track as it fit the tune. One of my favorite alternate songs, lyrics are beautiful. The opening picture is a selfie I took that looks watery.

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    "Keep myself away, how am I gonna keep myself away from me" (Counting Crows)

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    Hello!!!

    sometimes life allows you to go back to places where you're really at home. This is my place, with all of you. Thanks Lynda for hosting.

    Here, a pretty song from one of the most important songwritter from Republica Dominicana: Juan Luís Guerra.

    I hope you enjoy it.

    A huge from Barcelona

    Sara

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    One take was all I could handle, emotionally.

    Mercy Now by Mary Gauthier.


    Mainland Red Cedar Concert, Mango Tenor
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    Wow - I am wowed by what I've been hearing today. Wow - and wowed.


    Speaking of wowed, give a listen to this gem if you can. Smoky Dawson singing "Homestead of My Dreams"

    (This song appeared on the Seasons awhile back, covered by Pabrizzer. That's how I discovered Smoky Dawson.)



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    Great season theme, loving the entries I've seen so far!

    I've been away for a bit helping my mum recuperate from heart surgery - I missed you guys! I now have a few backdated seasons to work my way through

    Just because I've always found this one fun to play... and as with all Motown numbers, even the "sad" ones make me very happy



    Sparky

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    my parents suggested this song, it's an oldie, but was used recently in the first paddington film

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