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Discussion in 'Music' started by Drizzt Do'Urden, Dec 21, 2004.
The Beatles - Three Cool Cats
Paul McCartney-Sally G
YouTube - Paul McCartney & Wings - Sally G (1974)
Singing the Blues( or Paul channels Marty Robbins):
YouTube - Paul Mccartney - Singing the Blues
Oh..something else interesting I found just now. I was looking for Twila Paris' The Warrior is a Child.. which was a huge hit on Christian radio back in the early 80s..beautiful song. I didn't know Michael Jackson also recorded it. I'm not an MJ fan..but this is lovely:
Bob Seger- Shame on the Moon
YouTube - Bob Seger - Shame On The Moon
Marilyn Manson - The Nobodies: Against All Gods Remix
FFH- One of These Days
YouTube - FFH - One of These Days
My favorite memory of this song is from a funeral, of all places. T'was a perfect fit. This one's for Chet.
Great Lake Swimmers - See You On The Moon (written for the CBC's children's show Mamma Yamma)
Rock n Roll Singer by AC/DC.
Emmylou Harris-The Darkest Hour is Just Before Dawn:
This version is nice, but not as good as the album cut on the Roses in the Snow project. Hard to replace Ricky Skaggs..
Michael Jackson - Ghost
YouTube - Michael Jackson - Ghost
You may want to specify which song, they recorded more than one.
The Beatles - Teddy Boy
Priestess - Lay Down
I Want You by Madonna featuring Massive Attack
Float on by Modest Mouse
Michael Franti & Spearhead - Life in the City
Genesis - Blood on the Rooftops
Blowing in the Wind -Peter, Paul and Mary
R.I.P Mary Travers
Thanks, abecedarian! I haven't head that in years.
They had so many great songs..I always loved If I Had a Hammer too. I am sad that Mary's gone. She had such a wonderful voice.
Don't forget this one written by John Denver.
YouTube - Peter, Paul and Mary - Leaving On A Jet Plane
Folk music was never better then Peter, Paul and Mary.
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