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Old 12-02-2021, 09:23 AM
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Today on the radio in the car they played Whenever I Call You Friend and As Long As You Follow right after that. Now THAT was a surprise.
Whenever gets a lot of airplay lately. She makes this song a hit. It's fantastic.
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Old 12-11-2021, 10:56 AM
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Guess what I heard at the supermarket this morning?

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I instantly thought of the post where someone else heard it and the grocery store turned it up. I heard it from the beginning when I got in line. When it was my turn, it was up to the spoken parts "Certain place, certain time" and I pondered saying it in unison to the cashier. But decided against it
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Old 12-11-2021, 11:38 AM
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Guess what I heard at the supermarket this morning?

SEVEN WONDERS

I instantly thought of the post where someone else heard it and the grocery store turned it up. I heard it from the beginning when I got in line. When it was my turn, it was up to the spoken parts "Certain place, certain time" and I pondered saying it in unison to the cashier. But decided against it
Statistically speaking, shouldn't it have been Hold Me that was playing?
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Old 12-11-2021, 12:28 PM
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Statistically speaking, shouldn't it have been Hold Me that was playing?
On paper maybe but I would have needed the karaoke machine for back up vocals

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Old 12-11-2021, 02:32 PM
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On paper maybe but I would have needed the karaoke machine for back up vocals

Lindsey has one you can borrow. FM does, too!
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Statistically speaking, shouldn't it have been Hold Me that was playing?
It hasn't aged well.
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It hasn't aged well.
It's whiny and annoying!
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It's whiny and annoying!
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I was watching The Facts of Life today (episode Cruisin 1984). Tootie is trying to win concert tickets to an Abba reunion concert and the trivia question on the radio is: What group recorded English Rose, Mystery to me, and Heroes are hard to find? Tootie runs and calls the radio station with the correct answer: Fleetwood Mac.

This is the only Facts of Life episode recorded without a laugh track. Almost the entire episode is recorded from inside a car.
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The goat vs. the best thatís ever been?
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The goat vs. the best thatís ever been?
Haha! That made me LOL.
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Not Fleetwood Mac proper, but I saw Red Sovine and Goldie Hill singing “Are You Mine” on Grand Ole Opry Stars of the ‘50s. They were followed by the Carter Family.

Now, for those who aren’t familiar with Goldie Hill, she went on to marry Carl Smith, former husband of June Carter and father of Carlene Carter.
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Rick Vito sighting.

Forgot about this classic from Bob Seger & The Silver Mullet Band.
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Rick Vito sighting.

Forgot about this classic from Bob Seger & The Silver Mullet Band.
I hope Rick got royalties from "Like A Rock", because Chevy milked that bitch for at least a decade(Rick was the slide guitar- I know you know that, but for the others).

I believe my friend Crystal was on Shakedown. Backing vocals.
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Amazing. Did Rick play on Bob's recent tours? Ride Out or the Farewell Tour?

Stevie covered Face the Promise by Bob Seger really well.
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