A song for this time

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A song for this time

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One of my favorite groups just put out a new song:

"Quarantine" by Home Free : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxanH9ejrH0

Hope you enjoy this. :joker:



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Pleasantly Wholesomely Appropriate
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Thanks for that. Agree that the song is right for our current time.

I'd never heard of this group. They are excellent.

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mack wrote:
Sat Apr 18, 2020 7:02 am
Pleasantly Wholesomely Appropriate
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Jim, they are an a cappella group that originated in Minnesota. Recently, they bought out their record contract and started their own company. The last album out is mainly original music and, I think, it is the best yet.

Here are three songs you might like. The second song "Dreamer" is an original and a salute to the Grand Ole Opry. The last song is also an original, written by the bass singer, and funny.

How Great Thou Art - https://youtu.be/tXQpDDcrN-w

Dreamer - https://youtu.be/u5ZWbErBuJE

Champagne Taste on a Beer Budget - https://youtu.be/1L8zGfKDCCY

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I love that dialup sound at the end of Quarantine! :laughing: :laughing: That DOES bring back memories!!
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Connie, I wonder how many people don't have a clue what the sound is. 8)

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Judy K wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 10:38 pm
Connie, I wonder how many people don't have a clue what the sound is. 8)
:laughing:

I guess I shouldn't be laughing at people. :-# :lol: :laughing: :roll:
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ConnieS wrote:
Thu Apr 23, 2020 3:39 pm
Judy K wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 10:38 pm
Connie, I wonder how many people don't have a clue what the sound is. 8)
:laughing:

I guess I shouldn't be laughing at people. :-# :lol: :laughing: :roll:
Ah, we all have things others can laugh about us not knowing. For myself, list 10 Hollywood celebrities under the age of 35 or 40. Bet I won't recognize any of the names. Celebrities and most movies do not peak my interest at all. Family, a good book, good music, good friends and chocolate is all that's needed to make life fine! \:D/

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