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Discussion in 'Decades' started by Susan Long, Feb 13, 2015.
I think it is a song about a pickle.
Here is Steve Goodman's version of City of New Orleans. The lyrics are more subdued, a little easier to understand, but lacks the power.
To get back on track a little, here's "Rhinestone Cowboy", by Glen Campbell. (1975)
I was in grade school when Don McLean's American Pie hit the airwaves. And even now, whenever I hear it elsewhere, I would surely sing along.
In 1972 we would crank up the 8-track in the car and do our best Glenn Frey impression. R.I.P
Right now, The David Gates Songbook was in my CD-Rom, ready for my today's music rendezvouz!
I always liked Bread. they had some very pretty songs. I haven't heard any Bread in years, maybe I will listen to some on Spotify tonight. They are such an amazing group it seems. I wonder what happened to them all? I have never heard.
@K E Gordon Three Dog Night is appearing at the Edgewater Hotel in Laughlin on Aug. 6. As I understand it, only one member is original. Their big string of hits was around 1970.
I've got everything Bread and David Gates ever released....
here's some for you both....
this is my very favourite David Gates song...
My second favourite...
One of my all time favourite 70's songs...( I was a teen in the first half of the 70's).... I eventually married the doppelgänger of the lead singer of 10cc.. Eric Stewart