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    Posted 9 months ago

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    Hello Once Again CW, A Great Day To You!!

    While messing around with The Monkees On my previous post, a few of you caught on to the fact of Neil's credit to song writing, so for all you 'Diamond' fans out there, here you go!
    Born in 1941 in Brooklyn, New York, Neil first came on the scene in 1962 and has been going ever since. A very prolific songwriter and composer.
    This Album, from 1973, is actually a Soundtrack LP titled, 'Jonathan Livingston Seagull'.
    The album was beautifully done with a Gatefold cover and comes with a ten page program booklet containing lyrics and photos, even the vinyl itself has his likeness.
    Neil has been inducted into the songwriters hall of fame and the Rock&Roll hall of fame respectively.
    At the age of 77, He is still going strong!!

    Thank You,


    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 9 months ago
      Thanks Thomas, Here's Jonathan Livingston Seagull, by Neil Diamond:

      Enjoy! :^)
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 9 months ago
      And then!
      Jonathan W Amther was a manther minded man,
      he danced the day he was born, his parents thought him grand!
      The Tango, and the Samba, he did with the greatest of ease,
      but he did not have two good legs, he had, one-two-three
      one-two . . .

      This was what the Drum section made up in High School, in 1973 for the rest, and lead into the time change, for the Song "Pa Ching Ko", I think that's the name of the song. The Song had a great Percussion part, and many Time changes through out the Song, but had a Percussion rest, that we had to count into the new time change, and we used this little Poem, to bring us back in at the right place, it worked every time!
      Just something that your post brought back, and how ingrained in our memory it was, from that time! :^)
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 9 months ago
      Bill..Ver Intresting..I seem to get this sudden impulse when to come in on Pauses..A very intelligence you Havre brought to the stage..I can read music, however, I play by ear, I am more apt to do improvisation, change ups, for going just by written music, we only play it exactly the same, yet with improvisation, one can spice it up some.
      Alot of people do not know that drums&percussion have sheet music..I will have a couple of posts coming..Its time to begin the story..Thank you Bill for the inspiration and Love! Music feeds the soul!

    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 9 months ago
      MALKEY, Hope all has been well! A Pleasure as Allways..Thank You!!,
      Vetraio, Dipetersen, Jenni, Truthordare, EJW-54, Watchsearcher And Fortapache, A great coming weekend to all here!! Thank You!!

    5. Brunswick Brunswick, 9 months ago
      Aura, AnnaB And Roycroftbooksfromme, Thanks you 3 here very much for the Love and support!!! Allways!!!

    6. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 9 months ago
      Missed this one, but better late than never !~
    7. Brunswick Brunswick, 9 months ago
      PhilDMorris, Lol! Some things are better after they have sat for awhile! Appreciate all your support and Love!! Allways!!


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