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:) . . .
I knew Santana by Black Magic Woman, and I got the unnamed album Santana III, Jethro Tull's Aqualung, Black Sabbath's Master of Reality, America self-titled (featured Horse With No Name), and The Yes Album. Nice mix of American and British. :)

Here's the first and second tracks from the Santana album
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@wizardfromoz -- I definitely had not heard "Batuka" nor that redition of "No One to Depend On." Thank you!
Taz Farrant I just happened upon, but what a prodigy! HAD to share it here.

Went to the same high school (in both ways) as America. A year ahead of me. Only acquaintances. Auditioned for them but they didn't want a sax player. Military brats, all of us!
 
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This one gets the blood stirring in me.
America. The Beautiful.
 

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Full Album....Hot August Night

 

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I'm going to try uploading a MP3, just to see if it works!
No, won't work. Drats!
 

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Hey Paul, and Brian ... do you remember how he asks how the Tree People are going? People had climbed trees to see the concert.

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From the album jacket(2 CD set) "Thursday, August 24, 1972. A hot, sultry summer night, in California they call it earthquake weather, with the air hanging heavy over the open, glistening shell of the Greek Theatre, over 4500 people comfortable on the broad seats, over the countless others, the "tree people," clamboring up the mountain and into the surrounding trees, casting eerie shadows against the walls, anything to have a glimpse of the stage, and the man who will fill it."

Oh yeah, I wish I could have been there, but I was on a destroyer in the med, far far away....c'est la vie!
 

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Aah, the Wilson sisters, the stuff young men's dreams are made of. :)
 

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Something new for most of us.

Meet the Teskey Brothers

from Melbourne Australia.


"" WHERE HAVE I BEEN? OBVIOUSLY IN THE WRONG PLACE! I HEARD THIS SONG AT THE END OF THE PILOT EPISODE OF "OUTERBANKS" ON NETFLIX AND I LITERALLY STOPPED EVERYTHING I WAS DOING TO HUNT THIS SONG DOWN! YOU GUYS ARE WHAT REAL MUSIC IS MEANT TO BE! I LOVE IT! ""
 
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""I held off watching because it looked like a teen show and I am 50. A 65 year old neighbor said it was good and a 45 year old co worker gave it a thumbs up. I watched 2 episodes and was hooked in and finished in 4 days. It is entertaining. Forget about realism etc. It is set up for a nice season 2. Fun, easy, uncomplicated show.""
 

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Aw, @arochester , you nearly made me shed a tear but ta ever so much for sharing ;)

Elaine saw it reported last night while I was cooking tea. RIP Peter.

For those unaware, Peter Green was one of the founding members of the original Fleetwood Mac.

My first encounter with The Mac's work, and Peter, was in 1969 and somewhat more rocky.


Thanks again, mate!

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