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    Never As Good As The First Time - Sade (Promise album) 1985

                                                             (Named one of our parakeets after her when the song first came out.)

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    What Is And What Can Never Be - Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin II album) 1969

                                                            (Having just been formed as a group in late 68, this was already their second album release of                                                               69, just ten months after their debut album in January.)

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    Theme From A Summer Place - Percy Faith and his orchestra (A Summer Place album) 1959

                                                        (In the US this was the top selling single in 1960.  It became the first movie theme to win a                                                                     Grammy for record of  the year.) 

                                                       

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What you don’t know (sure can hurt you) 

Twisted Sister. 

Keeping with the 80’s metal theme. 

From their debut album “ Under the blade” released in 1982 after years of playing the club circuit in the NY metro area. I spent many a night rocking out with these guys back in the the day. 

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    Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is - Chicago  (Chicago Transit Authority album) 1969

                                                                           This was first song recorded for the debut album before also being released as a single in 1970. 

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Mists of TIME - John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers (Stories Album) Released 2006

 

Just for info, Stories is a fantastic Album, well worth a listen if you love Blues........ or even if you don't!!

 

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    Misty Mountain Hop - Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin VI album) 1971

                                                               

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    Just Wont Burn - Susan Tedeschi (Just Won't Burn album) 1998 (She's like Janis Joplin without the booze and drugs.)

                                This was her second album

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    In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning - Frank Sinatra (It was introduced as the title track of Frank's 1955 album)

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