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    Something magic

    There are songs with a magical moment. Tell us about these songs! Where is the magic of this special song? A haunting mood?
    Let's start this magic bus to a magical mystery tour.
    Listen to War, from LP "Life (Is so strange)", track A3: "W.W. III Medley". The haunting mood of this song is appropriate to the picture on back cover.
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    War, Same, 1971, LA Metronome Germany, 0060.155

    Listen to the crazy laughter by "Papa" Dee Allen in "Fidel's fantasy" B3.
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    Ringo

    Ringo's drums at the beginning of "Come together" are incredible. Magical.
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    I agree, the rhythm section of the song is great. When it came out, it was the first request I ever made to a radio station only to be playing it for real at my first radio job less than two years later.

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    Peter Green - The Supernatural

    Nights of winter turn me cold,fears of dying, getting old.
    We ran the race, the race was won ..by running slowly

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    Peter Green - The Supernatural
    I love it when we agree on something!
    ". . . as you have no doubt noticed, no one told the 4345 that it can't work correctly so it does anyway."—Greg Timbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCCA View Post
    I love it when we agree on something!
    bound to happen sometimes ...
    Nights of winter turn me cold,fears of dying, getting old.
    We ran the race, the race was won ..by running slowly

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    Harvey Mandel, Springfield Station Theme

    The piano playing by Ira Kart on "Springfield Station Theme" of Harvey Mandels LP "Get off in Chicago" is a scorching beauty. And then there is this lively warm guitar solo. Butterzart!
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    Booker T & The MG's, Time Is Tight/Johnny I Love You, 1969, Stax Germany, C 006-90188

    "Time is tight", 45rpm with 4' 55" version.
    Fingersnapping magic. Listen to the atmospheric intro and outro by Booker T Jones.
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    Joe Cocker, With A Little Help From My Friends, 1968, Polydor Germany, 59 246, 7"

    This guitar intro cuts like a knife: Jimmy Page. A distinctive mark. Fender Stratocaster sound?
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    Louis Armstrong, There's no you, 1959, Verve Holland, EPV 5077, EP 7" 45rpm

    Never ever heard such a dialog between voice and guitar like this again. Only Satch and Herb Ellis: "There's no you".
    That old magical feeling....
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    Jennifer Warnes, Famous Blue Raincoat, 1987, Cypress Germany, 208 418

    A magical vocal duet: Leonard Cohen and Jennifer Warnes in "Joan of Arc" A4.
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    Eric Burdon, Declares "WAR", 1969, LA Metronome Germany, 0060.154

    The rhythmic organ intro of "Spill the wine" B1 is hypnotising. In fact the whole album has a magical mood.
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    Rory Gallagher, Live! In Europe, 1972, Polydor Holland, 2491 540

    In every one of these live tracks, there is a magical vitality and precision.
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    Kate Bush, Wuthering Heights, 1977

    First a short lively piano intro and the splintering of icicles. Then this phenomenal high female voice began to crawl into my brain. Wuthering heights since 40 years ...
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