Located in The Break Room, started by ameRie, Nov 18, 2008
You just posted my two favourites Cat songs
Apart from his music, what I really loved about Cat was that he gave fame and fortune away to serve his belief system. You have to admire him for that.
One of my very early music memories was this amazing Jim Croce song playing on the car radio.
Jim died in an aeroplane crash the day before this song was released as a single
Jim Croce - Wikipedia
I watched a 2019 Dany Boyle film on Netflix last night titled 'Yesterday', that features a cameo appearance by Ed Sheeran.
It's about a global blackout that erases humanity's memory of the Beatles. A struggling musician still somehow remembers their songs and releases them to the modern world as his own masterpieces.
I've always been a Beatles fan, but this film really nails the brilliance of their music in the modern context of a world dominated by social-media trends.
So, here is the original Beatles song that the film got its title from:
Yesterday (2019) movie trailer
Surprisingly, this scene of the song 'Something' featuring Ana de Armas was deleted from the film
Not just listening, lol
Nice inclusion of guitar tabs at bottom-right corner.
The day the music died. Bye bye Miss American Pie
Waylon was a Cricket.
Haven't heard this one in years...
Another one not heard in a while.
Still remembering walking into a bar on Sunset and hearing these guys for the first time...
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