"To me, these were the first West Coast artists that I listened to back when they had hits on the radio: Christopher Cross, Robbie Dupree and Paul Davis. Check-out my playlist, I think it captures the "essence" of classic…"
Sorry dude for not answering these days, I´m very busy helping my wife in her sister´s wedding. My sister in law is a classical musician (violin and piano´s teacher), but ask me to made the songlist for the night ball. I´ll try to keep every taste for every age of every people and she´s very pleased, she´s not much in modern dance music. Wedding is this saturday 25th June, we take some photos to show in our FB profiles, check mine and Claudia Vior´s too.
Hi Bob, sorry the photos aren´t mine, but shows my like for landscapes and cities by night. I live in a small town now, and I miss the charm of huge skycrapers and lots of people up and down. I hope to travel to some of them someday, most of them in your country. The fourth one in the show are your home, best take by night I´d found. And the twelfth are a city (Gijon) near my town and I hope to live and work there someday. But stop moaning about me, I will check your playlist soon. Grets.
Hi Rob, I'm so busy too my friend I have two kids also ;-) i have the Brian Elliott 1978's CD. My preference goes to "Room to grow" for it's disco roots and "Queens of clowns" for it's westcoast touch. Take care ;-)