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    I've been listening to some Celtic Harp Music by a harpist I saw out at Renaisance Fair. She self produces the CD's and sells them herself and online. It's quite good and relaxing.
    "Say the Word"

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    Symphony No. 5, "Western Hemisphere" by William Grant Still. The Fort Smith Symphony Orchestra led by
    John Jeter.

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    Richard Strauss: Metamorphosen, for 23 Solo Strings. Wilhelm Furtwängler conducting the Berlin Philharmonic in a 1947 recording.

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    That's very interesting, I never knew that's what that line meant. Speaking of hits from the mid to late 70s, the last song I listened to was....sigh Convoy. I was watching a 1993 interview of James Coburn ( one of my favorite actors) with a friend. Sometime in the interview Coburn recalled telling Sam Peckinpah that making a movie based off the song was a bad idea, my younger friend didn't know what he was talking about so I showed him the record. I looked it up, Convoy the movie is now free on tubi tv, ouch.

    By the way it's great to be here! I always loved this forum, it feels good to finally be a part of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pog1 View Post
    That's very interesting, I never knew that's what that line meant. Speaking of hits from the mid to late 70s, the last song I listened to was....sigh Convoy. I was watching a 1993 interview of James Coburn ( one of my favorite actors) with a friend. Sometime in the interview Coburn recalled telling Sam Peckinpah that making a movie based off the song was a bad idea, my younger friend didn't know what he was talking about so I showed him the record. I looked it up, Convoy the movie is now free on tubi tv, ouch.

    By the way it's great to be here! I always loved this forum, it feels good to finally be a part of it.
    We're glad to have you, Pog1!

    I'm a little confused about the beginning of your post. It seems like you're responding to someone's earlier post, but didn't quote it.

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    Against the Wind, Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band
    Ah yes, Bob Seger - a true American classic. Did you know that his 1978 song Night Moves was inspired by a screening of American Graffiti that Mr. Seger attended? The film is referenced at one point in the song's lyrics:

    I woke last night to the sound of thunder;
    How far off I sat and wondered;
    Started hummin' a song from 1962....


    I read that in an interview Mr. Seger gave a few years back, when he described how he wrote that song. Unfortunately, I can't remember where I read it just now (sorry)....

    Ah, that was a response to one of the very first post on this thread, I'm still trying to get a grasp on the system around here. Thank you for the warm welcome

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    Barcarolle No. 1 in A minor, op. 26 by Gabriel Fauré. Jean-Philippe Collard, piano.

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    César Franck: La Chasseur Maudit, M. 44. The Orchestre de Paris under the baton of Daniel Barenboim.

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    Éljen a Magyar! (Polka schnell), op. 332 by Johann Strauss II. From the Vienna Philharmonic's New Year's Day Concert of 1989 conducted by Carlos Kleiber.

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    Beethoven: Fidelio Overture, op. 72. André Cluytens leading the Berlin Philharmonic.

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