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Travelin' Man

“Travelin’ Man” is best known as a 1961 hit single sung by Ricky Nelson. Singer-songwriter Jerry Fuller wrote it with Sam Cooke in mind, but Cooke’s manager was unimpressed and did not keep the demo, which eventually wound up being passed along to Nelson. 42 more words

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Pedal Pusher

“Pedal Pusher” was released by the Ventures in 1964 as a track on their album “Walk Don’t Run Vol 2”, and also as a single in 1965. 110 more words

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The Light in the Shadows

“The Light in the Shadows” is another original instrumental composition in which I try to combine the feel of 60’s instrumental guitar rock with a somewhat more sophisticated musical and harmonic language than was typical for that genre. 18 more words

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House of the Rising Sun

“The House of the Rising Sun” is a traditional folk song. The most successful commercial version, recorded in 1964 by British rock group the Animals, was a number one hit on the UK Singles Chart and also in the United States and France. 84 more words

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A Wave of Relief or: Blair's Breakfast Stout

Salutations™!!

First, I want to say that the world of High Sierra is at least looking a little better. I was watching a YouTube video about Protools and High Sierra and after a few “autoplay” videos pass, there is one that is only a day or so old, from some Swedish guy that was talking about “the latest version of Protools (2018.x)” was just out and he was really excited about that. 392 more words

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Hawaiian Wedding Song

The “Hawaiian Wedding Song” originally entitled; “Ke Kali Nei Aua” (Waiting There for Thee) was adapted from a 1926 love song written by Charles E. King and originally recorded by Helen Desha Beamer in its original (Hawaiian ) version but re-written by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning and renamed as “Hawaiian Wedding Song”. 69 more words

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Piggybackin' the Eggshells or: Loads

Salutations™!!

So, Kelly and I recorded The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast today and the entire time I was on eggshells. I was constantly waiting for things to go wrong and somethings did. 501 more words

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