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Songs / performances you like, that to you are heartfelt / powerful by 2.5
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This always floors me. It's like there's a supernova of passion and she's barely cracking the door to let the light out lest we be burned alive if the door were flung wide open.
There's a lot of power, heart and dare I say heartache, in that little voice of hers.


Absolutely beautiful execution of a great song, thanks for posting that.

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Originally posted by williegoat:
Benny Goodman, 1938, Carnegie Hall - "Sing, Sing, Sing"
....an absolutely mesmerizing performance....








 
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This always floors me. It's like there's a supernova of passion and she's barely cracking the door to let the light out lest we be burned alive if the door were flung wide open.
There's a lot of power, heart and dare I say heartache, in that little voice of hers.


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One that brings a tear to my eyes was a 70s movie called Ice Castles. Its about a figure skater (Lynn Holly Johnson) who falls and is permanently blinded, but her boyfriend and a rink owner help her learn a performance she does blind. She thought her career was ended, but she followed thru to standing ovations. Make sure you watch the 2nd part in the link too.

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I actually like this one quite a bit too.
Lee Marvin did it right..



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Let the kids play.

The alto sax player takes the lead and "lights it up" about halfway into the track. One of this band's elder statesmen.

I'd heard it before, many times, but now I know the name of this tune. "Àguas de Março"... or "Waters of March."

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Great beat and I gave it a 91..probably easy to dance to.
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Great start for the day! I like Brazilian music.
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