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Old 09-29-2022, 07:44 AM
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Wow, that was so fun to watch! While Iím not a huge Michael McDonald fan, that performance could make me one. Hawkins was great on bass, and that dance move he had going with the sax player was cool to watch- that song is so darn catchy, you could tell the whole band was really into the performance. And Iíd forgotten what a great back up singer he was, too. Maybe it was the George Hawkins connection, but now Iím thinking itís too bad MM and Christine never did a duet together. His gruff voice would have complemented Christineís honey delivery perfectly.
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Not a surprise. That song was co-written with Kenny Loggins.
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Wow, that was so fun to watch! While Iím not a huge Michael McDonald fan, that performance could make me one. Hawkins was great on bass, and that dance move he had going with the sax player was cool to watch- that song is so darn catchy, you could tell the whole band was really into the performance. And Iíd forgotten what a great back up singer he was, too. Maybe it was the George Hawkins connection, but now Iím thinking itís too bad MM and Christine never did a duet together. His gruff voice would have complemented Christineís honey delivery perfectly.
I always felt that CM and MM played keyboards in similar ways.

I love his soulful and unique approach.
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