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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Paperback Rocker, Feb 10, 2019.
I'll finish watching that later...there are some nice recollections. Nice post!
Man, she was one of the quintessential 70's cute girls. Kind of reminds me of an old GF from that time.
my wife and I were just talking about her the other day after hearing this on the radio ! . Miss that voice ....
I always liked this one. Takes me back to 6th grade. Reminds me of my mom.
Don’t Know Much (w/ Aaron Neville)
She could sure sing. I find it very sad the way Parkinson's Disease ended it for her.
This one was one of my favorites by her, dam I had one bad crush on her back then. What a great voice and great looks she had.
I saw her live at the CT Hartford Civic Center Concert back in the 70’s and I always said she’s the one who brought the roof down. This happened after her show.
Hartford Civic Center roof, which collapsed on January 18, 1978
Live album from 1980 on the way.
Okay. I maybe also should have said live video concert. I will also add that the link I posted has a video from that show & has some fine musicianship on display. And to think, her stuff was considered by some to be mainstream fluff in those days.
I posted a vid from it yesterday. I think they have posted at least a couple songs from it on YouTube. It's really good.
Yeah, that one's in that link I posted. And man, looking at that next to today's pop.
I edited my reply to you on that post above.
I saw her perform in London in 1976.
Man, she was cute.
This version has Andy Gold and Waddy on it. Its Andy's arrangement that just kills.
Cute, and a personality that matches. Yes, she would be an easy one to fall in love with very quickly.
She picked great songs, great voice, and really put emotion into it. I've done them in the past in bands with female singers, You're No Good, It's So Easy, Ooo Baby, Blue Bayou, come to mind, and I know there were others.