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Yeesh! Loggins and Messina? I feel gullible. LOL!!!
"Upon further review...the call on the field is reversed..."I never made that connection before. I haven't heard them in a couple (cough, cough) of years. That's almost spooky similar.I really liked most of L&M music back then, always liked the Messina part of it (harmonies and the Buffalo Springfield and Poco thing, and at that time I thought Loggins was an interloper with a great voice...which he was, and wound up proving himself better than that. Ah, retrospection...BMIT again, Bartender!
Wow, we followed the same Messina connections (BS, Poco). I also thought Kenny was just along for the ride, but I got to know more about them back in the day when they were just doing college shows and only had their first album out. They had a 16 track mobile mixing studio in the back of a truck and I got to know some of the people working their sound. In fact, I first heard them at UC Santa Barbara when they opened for England Dan and John Ford Colley (or maybe it was Seals and Crofts - Danny and Jimmy Seals were brothers - Danny passed away last year). Hell, Dan and John sang at my first wedding; John and his then wife (who I am still in touch with) gave my first husband and I 12 rhode island reds for a wedding gift LOL!
Best Music In Town! You betcha! (oops, another Palinism. Hear a lot of that 'round here.)That's cool about your L&M/Colley/Seals Bros. experience. In spite (?---no, because) of my "Suthern" roots, much of my musical journey centered on West Coast musicians of that era (Byrds, Jackson Browne, Youngbloods, CSN&Y) Harmonies are the thing, y'know. Try this link if you can, cut and paste, hope it works:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_1Zz9ud83I
Been fans of Iron and Wine since 2005, dude!
BTW, what happened to the chickens?--- gasp ---
Great minds think alike!
We built them a "dome" chicken coop, and just when the few that were chickens and not roosters were egg laying, someone stole them all. Oh well.
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