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    We also observe and listen to greenfinches and goldfinches sitting on the big birch and walnut trees in our garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay Pirinha View Post
    We also observe and listen to greenfinches and goldfinches sitting on the big birch and walnut trees in our garden.

    Best regards!
    We've had many generations of house finches living our patio cover. But we just tore it down and replaced. going to have to find a new location for our little chirping friends.

    The pines and firs in the yard are places for many interesting species (including squirrels - they make lots of sounds too) , but the ultra noisy crows hang out in our cherry tree. (my little cork pop gun scares them away at least)
    “If you think that’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever heard,
    just wait a couple minutes!”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay Pirinha View Post
    We also observe and listen to greenfinches and goldfinches sitting on the big birch and walnut trees in our garden.

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    "something magic" indeed

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    Yma Sumac & Les Baxter Orchestra: Voice Of The Xtabay, 1956, Regal GB, REG 2007

    A magical voice: she had a four-and-a-half octave voice. A typical trained singer has a range of about three octaves. The combination of her extraordinary voice, exotic looks and stage personality made her a hit with American audiences: Yma Sumac is Zoila Augusta Emperatriz Chavarri Del Castillo from Peru. Listen to Les Baxter's "Xtabay" B4.
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    The Beatles, Live In Hamburg "Three Records", 1982, Historic Germany, HIS 10982

    The last evening at the Star Club in Hamburg, New Year's Eve 1962. Forget the quality of the sound recorded by the Philips tape recorder with one single microphone. Thanks to Kingsize Taylor for this happy decision! Music history of great value. Feel the magic of the vibe! Listen to "Hallelujah i love her so" while reading this beautiful book.
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    Rolling Stones, Let it loose, 1972

    The thrilling guitar riff by Keith Richards, driven through the Leslie speaker in the intro of "Let ist loose" is unforgettable. Swamp-Blues-Southern-Rock-jam with impressive Gospel-vocals by Clydie King, Venetta Fields, Tami Lynn, Shirley Goodman and Dr. John.
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    Clapton/Deep Purple, Steppin' out/Lazy

    Magical roots. Just stay in bed and rip off some roots: a magical moment in the creative 1971 recording process of Deep Purple. Take the guitar riff of the Clapton&Powerhouse version of Memphis Slims "Steppin' out", refine it, add some dull lyrics and a jazzy organ. The result is a quickly prepared rich supper! A fantastic interpretation, Lazy, but not "Made in bed". It was made in 1966 by EC, Jack Bruce, Hughie Flint and Steve Winwood....
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    Are you sure these pictures fit?

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    Lazy

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    Are you sure these pictures fit?

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    Picture 3 and 4 are from fold cover art and inner sleeve of DP's "Machine head". Gruss aus der Schweiz
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    The Hollies, Magic Woman Touch, 1972

    Most women loved their beautiful ha(i)rmonies: The Hollies' vocals
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