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    Quote Originally Posted by bird's eye view of my ukelele View Post
    I see you've been beaten by CharleyB.
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    The Kogarah Bay Rolling Thunder Revue. Brother John on Baritone uke, Brother Michael on slide guitar,Sister Vicki on tambourine, Daughter Jasmine on Shaker.
    1975 Dylan. Thanks Keith!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohmless View Post
    got out of practice the last couple months and boy am I rusty! I will get one done this week no matter what! love music of the seventies
    If I'm not mistaken, I think there was a band called U2 that did some songs.........
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    Arrghh released first in 69 I should have checked!!! What price salvation now???
    It also on a LP "The best of Tony Joe White" released in 1971 on the Monument label in the Netherlands
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    First published in '74 in the Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española :
    Españoleta by Gaspar Sanz
    Thanks for the inspiration engravertom!

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    My time is very limited right now, but the 70's is my favorite decade, and Keith loves "honest" one takers, so killed two birds with one stone on this David Allan Coe song from 1979.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crisscross View Post
    First published in '74 in the Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española :
    Españoleta by Gaspar Sanz
    Thanks for the inspiration engravertom!
    Got your back!

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    Never mind the words, just hum along and keep on going...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croaky Keith View Post
    I see you've been beaten by CharleyB.
    other bands ARE available

    allegedly..............



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    Hello, Keith and thank you for hosting this week! I'm not quite sure why I chose this song, other than for the fact that the artist who had a worldwide hit with it, Leo Sayer, was born and grew up about 8 miles from where I spent most of my childhood ... apparently, he lives in Australia now. Anyway, it's quite a nice song, and hails from the year 1976. (The photos I used are of the stream just down the hill from us where I often walk Clemmie the dog.)

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