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SONG OF THE WEEK

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Each week...a new letter...from A-Z...Feel free to lay a track for the current week's letter...
8 years ago, September 16th 2012 No: 21 Msg: #161018  
A double B whammy. The Beach Boys with their rather politically incorrect song 'Bomb Iran'. They were certainly visionaries, I'll give them that much 😊

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8 years ago, September 16th 2012 No: 22 Msg: #161023  
B is for BOWIE


An old rocker still singing







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8 years ago, September 16th 2012 No: 23 Msg: #161024  
B is for B.B......the King





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8 years ago, September 16th 2012 No: 24 Msg: #161026  
I do love a bit of Bowie, but time to tone things down a bit with one of my absolute favourite, classical pieces, courtesy of Herr Beethoven:

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8 years ago, September 16th 2012 No: 25 Msg: #161027  
ok, I'm willing to branch out.

B is for Bette.... Midler An outrageous woman


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8 years ago, September 16th 2012 No: 26 Msg: #161033  
Ok, so technically, this track belongs on Love Unlimited's discography, but, Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra did record it, so, in reverence to the late and dearly missed 'Walrus of Lurve' I give you.......


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8 years ago, September 17th 2012 No: 27 Msg: #161075  

8 years ago, September 17th 2012 No: 28 Msg: #161085  
B is for what I would call the greatest band to come out of Australia. Not widely known, The Birthday Party (who recorded between 1977-1983) was famous for its disturbing lyrics and anarchist live performances. The band was fronted by a screaming Nick Cave (before he mellowed) and the remarkable bass work of Tracy Pew. In this video, Mick Harvey is on drums and Rowland Howard attacks his guitar. Phil Calvert had already left the band.

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8 years ago, September 18th 2012 No: 29 Msg: #161127  
B...is for BUCHANAN...ROY BUCHANAN...who "makes rafters weep"

"ROY'S BLUEZ"

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8 years ago, September 19th 2012 No: 30 Msg: #161149  
A beautiful, yet haunting track courtesy of Beth Gibbons, formerly of Portishead.

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8 years ago, September 19th 2012 No: 31 Msg: #161150  
Despite the risk of incurring the wrath of the Dancing One, B wouldn't be the same without a little jazz from the Bill Evans Trio, accompanied by the wonderful Monica Zetterlund 😊

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8 years ago, September 19th 2012 No: 32 Msg: #161168  
B...is for THE BEATLES

What to choose..?

"A DAY IN THE LIFE"

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8 years ago, September 19th 2012 No: 33 Msg: #161169  
In response to: Msg #161168

The Beatles - how did I forget to mention them especially since I have every song they've recorded on CD! A Day in the Life is a fantastic choice - I think it is their best (and it was Lennon's favourite as well). Reply to this

8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 34 Msg: #161204  
TRIPLE B...BOBBY "BLUE" BLAND

"I'LL TAKE CARE OF YOU"

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8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 35 Msg: #161215  
Well before we leave B behind, I'd like to add a couple of Billys to the list.

The first, a song from my misspent youth, courtesy of Billy Idol



and of course, one of the greats......Billy Joel

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8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 36 Msg: #161217  
I feel that it is also my responsibility to put a finishing touch to B with The Brand New Heavies, who are one of my absolute favourite acid jazz groups.......N'dea Davenport is simply gorgeous 😊





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8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 37 Msg: #161218  
One of my favorites and not sure why I didn't post it first.

B is for Bob-- Marley. And my favorite song of his.






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8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 38 Msg: #161220  
Can't find my way home by Blind Faith.





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8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 39 Msg: #161221  
Here's one for the B's. Brand X. A great tune.




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8 years ago, September 20th 2012 No: 40 Msg: #161222  
B is for Brooks...Garth Brooks, with a lovely rendition of America the Beautiful.







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