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"" is a popular song. The music and lyrics were written by Ben Ryan (1892–1968) in 1926. It reminisces about being in a youthful quartet, singing "Heart of My Heart".
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My dad, botn in 1911, liked to sing in the car when we drove. This was one of the songs he would sing.This is the 1954 version

And then here was this one which dad also liked to sing.
"Heart and Soul" is a popular song composed by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics by Frank Loesser. In 1938, it was performed by Larry Clinton and his orchestra with vocals by Bea Wain. In 1939, three versions reached the music charts: Larry Clinton (No. 1), Eddy Duchin (No. 12), and Al Donahue (No. 16). A version by The Four Aces with the Jack Pleis Orchestra reached No. 11 in 1952, and a version by Johnny Maddox reached No. 57 in 1956. In 1961, The Cleftones version reached No. 18 and the one by Jan and Dean reached No. 25. "Play That Song," a single by the band Train that incorporates portions of the melody, reached No. 41 in 2016.
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Last Tuesday I had open heart surgery. So I figured these were a couple of songs I should post.
 

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Am still pretty much in recovery mode, so I am just going to post great stuff by people who have been around for many years. Emjoy




 
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I hope your recovery goes well, I'm rooting for you!!
 

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I had not listened to this in too long.

 
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Sometimes drums are all you need.....

 

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And then there are times you don't need drums. I stumbled onto this by accident. What a happy accident indeed. I suggest you play all 6 parts.

From left to right, Richard Smith, Michael Fix, Stuie French and Tommy Emmanuel

 

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Blind Faith perform at London's Hyde Park, 1969 Only live concert video of this group and their first gig!

From 1966.

This needs no introduction.
 

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One of my favorite films- The Commitments. Here are some of the songs. Find this movie and watch it is all I can suggest.



 

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Playing for Change.....



 
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