Elton John, Unclassified harmonic tempo probability chart featuring Marilyn Monroe

The popular song “Candle In The Wind” was first released on a double album of extraordinary creativity, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The double studio album is almost impossible to pull off, but when it works, it is classic.

The popular song “Candle In The Wind” was first released on a double album of extraordinary creativity, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The double studio album is almost impossible to pull off, but when it works, it is classic.

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Other albums in this league – Stevie Wonder, ‘Songs In The Key Of Life’, Pink Floyd ‘The Wall’, Pat Metheny ’80/81′, Genesis, ‘The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway’, Yes, ‘Tales From Topographical Oceans’, The Beatles ‘[Blue Album]’. The always relevant and fantastic Rolling Stone magazine offers this list of the Top Ten double studio albums of all-time”

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Wild World – Cat Stevens “Now that I’ve lost everything to you” | declassified median probable tempo maps

I always have a hard time telling whether Yusef Islam/Cat Stevens is being optimistic or pessimistic as he sings this classic.  Any ideas?

Wild World is a song Cat Stevens wrote and recorded in the 1970s.

I always have a hard time telling whether Yusef Islam/Cat Stevens is being optimistic or pessimistic as he sings this classic.  Any ideas?

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December 2, 2017

“Au Lait” | Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays | unclassified harmonic tempo map

Just a moment of perfection. Around the part of the song that Pat comes in after the major break. I had my walkman on, which was not a usual thing at that time. Yeah, passing the White House, listening to this at about 7 PM, finishing a post work beer.

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In 1984 I had a college internship in Washington, D.C.

After work, the bus used to pass in front of the East Lawn of the White House, and there was one night on hearing this song for the first time and looking out the window I had a DC “peak experience.” Just a moment of perfection. Around the part of the song that Pat comes in after the major break. I had my walkman on, which was not a usual thing at that time. Yeah, passing the White House, listening to this at about 7 PM, finishing a post work beer.

This song for whatever reason – I think it’s Nana’s Brazilian percussion – reminds me of the basic Chicago sound I grew up in during the 1960s. It was not music from rock music. Rather, it was Debussy, Bach, Beethoven, Mozart when my Dad studied then Beatles and Burt Bacharach when my dad went back to the hospital in Chicago to learn to be a surgeon.

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Carly Simon and Phil Collins – It’s Speed, Genius. Bummer, but true.

Wordpress singularity/complete loss of data rebound: one cannot cry over spilled milk and not look like an ass.

Carly Simon and Phil Collins

The reclassified once declassified tempo maps are re uploaded. Nit trying to spam anyone! Just experiencing the WordPress singularity/complete loss of data rebound: one cannot cry over spilled milk and not look like an ass.

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WordPress: y’all spilled the milk. Worse things have happened. Thank heaven for wives who say, “are you backed up this month?” for eleven years. Helps!

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spiron