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07-02-2012, 07:46 PM,
#81
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This is a new one by Hooked on Haley. Wow it really sends a message.
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07-02-2012, 09:34 PM,
#82
RE: Music Videos
(07-02-2012, 07:46 PM)midnightblues Wrote: This is a new one by Hooked on Haley. Wow it really sends a message.
Love his/her work...wish they posted so I could tell him/her. Seems to only post on Youtube, still, another talented Halien spreading the Haley love. Love the work on "Earth Song" Made more impactful by meaningful images


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07-02-2012, 09:57 PM,
#83
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I never really listened to WOH that closely, but tonight I put on a good pair of earphones and went through the whole song. Haley really shines around 2:30. You can hear her background vocals and at the end Herry puts out avery good solo. This could be my new favorite song of hers.CoolCool
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07-07-2012, 03:48 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-07-2012, 04:20 AM by Tusk.)
#84
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Seventies classic rock at it's finest ...


The Incredibly underrated Jeff Lynn and the Electric Light Orchestra

:heart::heart:

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07-07-2012, 11:54 AM,
#85
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^ Special thanks for that post T-Man -- Mom says she never would have been stoned enough to let dad "bop" her were it not for ELO. So technically, I guess, I owe Jeff Lynn my life.

It truly is amazing how good they sound live. That's what I love most about classic rock, they had real talent and musicianship, no over-production required.

"The Incredibly underrated Jeff Lynn", for sure. Wasn't he like the only constant member over the years (singer, song writer, guitarist, producer, etc.)?

ELO could have been rightfully named The Jeff Lynn Project. Which brings me to "Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Edgar Allan Poe". That Alan Parsons Project album is my personal favorite from the "British Invasion" of the 70s. (The story of why I was born gives light to why we call it an "invasion".)

Do you like Alan Parsons and/or "The Alan Parsons Project"? I don't think he performed live until years later, but if you have anything from the early years I'd love to see it. Here's one from 1995. But I think an appreciation of Poe's deliciously gory story "Tell Tale Heart" is a prerequisite to enjoy it.


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07-07-2012, 01:09 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-07-2012, 01:11 PM by midnightblues.)
#86
RE: Music Videos
(07-07-2012, 11:54 AM)LovinDaHaley Wrote:
^ Special thanks for that post T-Man -- Mom says she never would have been stoned enough to let dad "bop" her were it not for ELO. So technically, I guess, I owe Jeff Lynn my life.

It truly is amazing how good they sound live. That's what I love most about classic rock, they had real talent and musicianship, no over-production required.

"The Incredibly underrated Jeff Lynn", for sure. Wasn't he like the only constant member over the years (singer, song writer, guitarist, producer, etc.)?

ELO could have been rightfully named The Jeff Lynn Project. Which brings me to "Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Edgar Allan Poe". That Alan Parsons Project album is my personal favorite from the "British Invasion" of the 70s. (The story of why I was born gives light to why we call it an "invasion".)

Do you like Alan Parsons and/or "The Alan Parsons Project"? I don't think he performed live until years later, but if you have anything from the early years I'd love to see it. Here's one from 1995. But I think an appreciation of Poe's deliciously gory story "Tell Tale Heart" is a prerequisite to enjoy it.



Later on in Jeff Lynn's career he sang briefly with a group called Traveling wollburies. The group consisted of Tom Petty, George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Roy Orbison. They made a few albums and they were pretty good at the time it was kinda like a grass roots album. A little trivia.
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07-07-2012, 02:36 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-07-2012, 02:38 PM by Tusk.)
#87
RE: Music Videos
(07-07-2012, 11:54 AM)LovinDaHaley Wrote:
^ Special thanks for that post T-Man -- Mom says she never would have been stoned enough to let dad "bop" her were it not for ELO. So technically, I guess, I owe Jeff Lynn my life.

Well, I guess I have another thing to thank Jeff Lynne and ELO for Wink LOL

Jeff Lynne is a HUGE Beatles fan and you can hear their influence in his songs and became great friends with the late great George Harrison (RIP Undecided ) . He is an amazing producer and the glue that held the Traveling Wilbury's together. I have transferred my love of ELO to my 3 year old niece, Brooke. When we go out together in the car, She and I have a blast singing "Mr Blue Sky" (well she tries, but just ends up just giggling at my off key attempts Big Grin ) Although, now, Mr Blue Sky has been replaced by "Oh My" Tongue

Here's Jeff, Tom Petty, George's son, Dhanni, and Prince( with a kick a$$ guitar solo) performing "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"



I discovered Alan Parsons in the '80's with "Eye in the Sky" (Another Beatles' connection, the two primary members met at Abbey Road Studios)


And another APP favorite, "Games People Play"


Great Stuff Heart
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07-07-2012, 03:22 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-07-2012, 03:37 PM by My Alter Ego.)
#88
RE: Music Videos
(07-07-2012, 02:36 PM)Tusk Wrote:
(07-07-2012, 11:54 AM)LovinDaHaley Wrote:
^ Special thanks for that post T-Man -- Mom says she never would have been stoned enough to let dad "bop" her were it not for ELO. So technically, I guess, I owe Jeff Lynn my life.

Well, I guess I have another thing to thank Jeff Lynne and ELO for Wink LOL

Jeff Lynne is a HUGE Beatles fan and you can hear their influence in his songs and became great friends with the late great George Harrison (RIP Undecided ) . He is an amazing producer and the glue that held the Traveling Wilbury's together. I have transferred my love of ELO to my 3 year old niece, Brooke. When we go out together in the car, She and I have a blast singing "Mr Blue Sky" (well she tries, but just ends up just giggling at my off key attempts Big Grin ) Although, now, Mr Blue Sky has been replaced by "Oh My" Tongue

Here's Jeff, Tom Petty, George's son, Dhanni, and Prince( with a kick a$$ guitar solo) performing "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"


Dhanni certainly looks like his dad.
Tusk, I've now listened to the Alan Parsons Project posts. You're right -- it is great stuff. I wish I'd heard it then!
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07-07-2012, 08:23 PM,
#89
RE: Music Videos
Thanks for that "Eye in the Sky" vid T-Man, loved it. "Games People Play" has been one of my favorite songs since 3rd grade Heart Smile
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07-12-2012, 07:54 PM,
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