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  • drk
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    That song IS 20th century America and for that I adore it.

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Benny Goodman Orchestra - Sing, Sing, Sing 1937

    From the movie Hotel Hollwood.

    Krupa doesn't touch the snare until the end in this condensed version.



    The full 12min. song from Carnegie Hall in 1938 (audio only).

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  • wmcdonald
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    Righteous Brothers!

    Having had the privilege of performing at a number of shows both with Bobby Hatfield, the outstanding vocalist and performer featured in this hit, and his partner in the Righteous Brothers, the great Bill Medley, I can tell you that this is pure blue-eyed soul. If you ever attended one of their events, you were surely blessed to see these two wonderful men!

    Thanks for posting this!

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Crawler - You and Me 1978

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Spirit - 1984 1970

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  • optical24/7
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    ABB “Statesboro Blues” 91’

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Blondie - Kidnapper 1978

    Here you go...

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Animals - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 1965

    Nina Simone cover.

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  • optical24/7
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    Time to wake up with some “ Man of Constant Sorry “ ( my fav version ).

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  • optical24/7
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    “Born to Run”. More Hammersmith. (Didn’t I say I’d stream it?)

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  • optical24/7
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    I may just stream here, one song at at time, Springsteen’s 75 Hammersmith performance. Such a tight band, a lot of intuition where someone’s going. Guess that’s why he called the Boss…

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Jose Feliciano - Star-Spangled Banner 1968

    I still get teary-eyed from this performance. But many Americans booed Feliciano and then black listed him from Hollywood and the music industry, with calls for his deportation (he's Puerto Rican).

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Bob Dylan - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 1965

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  • optical24/7
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    The Boss and the E Street Band: “Spirit in the Night”. 1975

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    I call SRV with more SRV...



    and raise with JDW, who gives new meaning to the phrase 'reach around'.

    Johnny Winter - Jumpin' Jack Flash 1987

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