I like being wrong sometimes

Especially about music.
When younger..i really liked all music, then rock came,along and i got snobby.
James Taylor
Chris Rea
And others have caught my imagination!
Its a good day!


  • Ha ha nothing like a bit of rock to focus the mind.

    However I do like to have the radio on and be 'surprised' by old songs that move the mind and memory bank :-)

    Keep on rocking 

  • Thats what happened with chris rea.."fool if you think its over.."
    On to yourube and poof! Mind,blown back ro the 70s and 80s.

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  • Sheri76Sheri76 Michigan Posts: 266
    I love "Fool if you think it's over" too! And love to watch videos of Chris singing, cute and playful smile : )  Read he wrote that song for his younger sister, after she had a breakup with a sweet!!!

    Also... to hear him talk sounds so different than how he sings, his accent is more pronounced when speaking. On a YouTube video he spoke of how he wrote that song to be at a slower tempo....played a little of it that way, sounded nice too, but I love his hit version also. 

    I had also read somewhere where he had issues with inflammatory problems, caused him serious complications, I can't remember what medical name the condition is called though.

    Thanks William, got to go watch his video now, get my Rea fix ; )

  • William GarzaWilliam Garza TexasPosts: 1,925
    edited 05/17/2016 - 2:34 AM
    Thats a version i heard
    A slow one..didnt recognize it
  • Look up Nouela
    "Sound of Silence"
    Bring tissues..
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  • Is that the same Sound of silence by Simon & Garfunkel? 
  • AJ.
    Ues, but these powerful! Interpretations are blessing a new generation.
    The Nouela version is raw and honest witj accompanying video.
    David established vocalist in a rock group has some serious chops in his version. You can hear his edge show when later in the song he adds his touch of angst.
    Truly awe inspiring on a very loud, bery clean home hi fi..its almost operatic in its thundering glory..
    Vivaldi brings about the same emotive pallette at spirited volumes!
    Way past 8!
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