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Dream
Hello to all! An old recording of a very old song. Thanks for listening.
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Branded Man
Merle Haggard did some great and memorable oldies, back in his younger years. This is one of 'em!
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Ain't That Peculiar ( Marvin Gaye)
Another one with me and The Hooligans.. One of my favorite Motown songs from 1965, originally recorded by Marvelous Marvin Gaye Thanks for listening
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Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
Gerry and the Pacemakers ... They sung this, besides on their album, on one of the tracks in the movie they made, called "Ferry 'Cross The Mersey ". From the pics I foun...Show More
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The Wonder Of You
OK, here's the deal...I know many of you have heard my original recording over on the other site, but this is a new recording. And, btw, I hope you like the ending note. My apol...Show More
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The end of the world
A Mud arrangement, gee, these guys were so good :-)
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Vincent
Once upon a time; I wanted to be an artist. Family and work took precedent. This song, once I understood it, it brought tears. I'm sure my version doesn't express all that I feel.
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Moonshine Sally
another Mud track, this is one of their first (minor) hits, never sang it before so it's new to me too :-)
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Bad Bad Leroy Brown
"Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" is a song written by American folk rock singer Jim Croce. Released as part of his 1973 album Life and Times, the song was a Number One pop hit for ...Show More
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Jambalaya
Now here's a song you don't hear very often. It's been so cold (sub zero) and snowy here for so long I needed a bouncy, happy sounding song to cheer me up. :) "Jambalaya (O...Show More
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You'll Never Get To Heaven ( If You Break My Heart)
Same ol' drill of me singing all parts.. Bacharach wrote some fantastic melodies, imo.. "You'll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart)" is a song composed by Burt B...Show More
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Johnny Angel
Found a backtrack for this with no backup vocals.. Changed the key up a little because singing lead in the original key left my voice muddled..Now that puts the high backup vocals ...Show More
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Reason To Believe
I always thought that this song was a Rod Stewart original, but according to Wikipedia, it was written and recorded by an American folk singer named Tim Hardin in 1965. And, The C...Show More
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