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Thanks Ray, but to me that isn't Whitesnake. It's a horribly over produced American FM rock monstrosity.
Kevin
I'd like to make an apology to Ray for my above post.
Having re-read my post, I can see it comes across as sounding quite condescending.
Whilst I do prefer Whitesnake’s earlier material, I had no right to belittle Ray’s post.
Once again Ray - Sorry!

Kevin
 
I'd like to make an apology to Ray for my above post.
Having re-read my post, I can see it comes across as sounding quite condescending.
Whilst I do prefer Whitesnake’s earlier material, I had no right to belittle Ray’s post.
Once again Ray - Sorry!

Kevin
Nothing to apologise for at all, I enjoyed the songs that you posted :)

I mostly agree with you about their older material, that one particular song just holds some memories for me.
 
Nothing to apologise for at all, I enjoyed the songs that you posted :)

I mostly agree with you about their older material, that one particular song just holds some memories for me.
Thanks Ray! I just felt bad when I re-read my post. It's generally not my nature to respond like that (not how my Mom brought me up!).
Enjoying the past and looking forward to future postings in this thread.

Regards

Kevin
 
Chicago My Kind Of Town - Frank Sinatra

From the 1964 film, 'Robin And The 7 Hoods', a comedy musical set in Prohibition era Chicago, starring Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr, Bing Crosby, Peter Falk (later 'Columbo'). What a cast! I remember seeing it at the cinema shortly after its release. Wonderful film and memories.

Ray's clip encouraged me to find on You Tube the actual scene in the film where Sinatra sings this song.

Thank you, Ray.
 
From the 1964 film, 'Robin And The 7 Hoods', a comedy musical set in Prohibition era Chicago, starring Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr, Bing Crosby, Peter Falk (later 'Columbo'). What a cast! I remember seeing it at the cinema shortly after its release. Wonderful film and memories.

Ray's clip encouraged me to find on You Tube the actual scene in the film where Sinatra sings this song.

Thank you, Ray.
Another 'to watch' film added to the list (y)
 
Led Zeppelin - When The Levee Breaks


A song I like very much, but have sadly been reminded of by the two major storms currently affecting communities on opposite sides of our planet.

My thoughts and prayers go out to those people.

Kevin
 
My little lad kept saying "I'll tell you what I want what I really really want" so I went on Google to find the Spice Girl track and the one I found had some fowl language at the end. It was totally unexpected and a little embarrassing.
 

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