Songs I want my son to hear.
Is anybody home?
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Yago’s playlist. Songs you should here.
George Highfill “Bakersfield”
Life is too short to sit at an empty bar.
Where do yago? yago.com
ya go to the movies
ya go to music
ya go to art
I Scare Myself(1969)
Performer; Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks
Written by Dan Hicks
Album; Striking it Rich
One of the greatest songs that most people have never heard of.
Offers a haunting sound and lyrics and one of the most exciting violin solos ever.
This truly a sleeper.
Top 5 sleeper song.
One of the most under-appreciated songs of all time is “South Canadian River Song”. I mean, it’s presumptuous for me to say something so definitive. It’s also a great album.
“South Canadian River Song”, in my mind, compares to “Crazy Eyes” by Poco.
Having grown up next to the “South Canadian River the title was what intrigued me at first but after listening I thought it was much more than a song about a river. It was a song about the river of life.
Michael had to be on drugs or getting messages from God. The song covers all genres of music, from it’s country origins it explodes into an classical piano barrage that brings the ending into a completely unrivaled masterpiece. It’s long… but worth it.