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Larry, I think your enjoyment of simultaneous HarpTwin songs will increase at least linearly with as many as will fit on your screen ... as long as you have the sound turned off. LOL :)

Enjoy!

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@ bphlpt:

Corrections to your last Post:

My enjoyment of simultaneous HarpTwin songs will increase at least exponentially with as many as will fit on my screen ... as long as I have the sound turned up to the maximum and I am taking a massive dose of L.S.D..

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"Relax", a controversial 1984 hit by the British band "Frankie Goes to Hollywood". I liked the song a lot back in '84, and pretty much forgot about it until a clip of it was played at the opening ceremonies of the recent London Olympics. I've been listening to the song a lot since then.

That one is a great song, no matter how controversial it may be! :thumbup

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"Relax", a controversial 1984 hit by the British band "Frankie Goes to Hollywood".

That one is a great song, no matter how controversial it may be! :thumbup

Overplayed to death in bars around here along with the following song. It's a good thing I don't drink. I still like them both. :)



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Lobão - Rádio Blá (1987)



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Rest in peace, Joe South.

Someday the tyrants will be unthroned... Jason "Jay" Chasteen; RIP, bro!

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Jeff Beck & Joss Stone - I put a spell on you



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LeAnn Rimes & Joss Stone - Summertime



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Undeniably The Greatest Song in the History of the Universe. Please check out Post # 366 in my thread in the Graphics and Designing Art Forum to see Joey and Roo, who are natural hip-hop stars.

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Juno Reactor - Pistolero

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Sabrina Malheiros - Capoeira Vai :ph34r:
... to exercise patience - and beside learning to l(i)(o)(ea)ving (at the right time) ^L^...

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I'm listening the songs of the participants of "The Voice of Germany"
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This is what I tell my computer, which currently has 5056 hours on it.

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Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Crimson & Clover
A respectable cover, but still not quite better than the original one by good old Tommy James and the Shondells...



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Nice cover, dencorso. Haven't heard Joan Jett in many, many years.

First heard this in a recent Sherlock Holmes movie, can't get it out of my head now.

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Nice cover, dencorso. Haven't heard Joan Jett in many, many years.

Ain't she great? I think she's way better nowadays than at the time of the Runaways... though she was plenty good then, already.

The Eagles - Hotel California
This one is not a cover, but maybe the definitive rendition of a great classic:



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Apoptygma Berzerk - Unicorn (Duet Version)

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ELP - Jerusalem

Neither Blake nor Parry could possibly ever dream it might sound half as good as this in fact does!



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Love ELP, and Jerusalem. But that version sounded pretty scratchy. This one sounded a little clearer to me.



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Indeed. The version you found sounds much better (it's the original studio version, IIRR). Great find, thanks!

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Soul Sacrifice - Santana
Feat. Michael Shrieve
The Legendary Drum Solo - one of the best of all time

The original - Woodstock - 1969: (Sorry this isn't a YouTube link, but due to copyrights, YouTube links get taken down. DrummerWorld has an official licensed copy [that you can download if you wish]. )

http://www.drummerwo...hrievewood.html


Another version from a Santana performance at Tanglewood - 1970/08/18




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And Michael Shrieve doing "Soul Sacrifice" 40 years after Woodstock, with his current band Spellbinder. The man can still play.




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He sure does! :thumbup

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a sweet song

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I wish I lived in FUNKY TOWN, but since I don't, I just have to be content to listen to this song and that song 50 to 100 times a day.

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