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1 6th September 05:31
walt atwood
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"There are starrrrs in the Souuuuthern Sky..."

This was an all-male harmony which preceeded the instruments in a classic
rock song recorded live, in either the 1970's or the '80's. I'm not sure
which. Obviously southern-fried rock.

Who did it? When?
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2 6th September 05:31
brett a. pasternack
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"Seven Bridges Road" by the Eagles, from the Eagles Live album released
in 1980 (last album they did before their long breakup).

It was written and originally recorded by an artist named Steve Young in
the early 70s, and there are other versions as well, but the Eagles
version is the best-known and matches your description precisely.
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3 6th September 05:31
jgmclean0
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Aside: if you have a Home Theater with DTS capability (a multi-channel sound
format), the version of "Seven Bridges Road" on the Hell Freezes Over DVD is a
way cool demo -- one singer coming from each of the five channels.

Dolly Parton's version of this tune is pretty cool also.

JGM
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4 6th September 05:31
mister charlie
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Steve Young's version (rerecorded I believe in the early 80's with...a
cello?) is a beautiful and evocative rendition and blows the Eagles
away, IMHO.
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5 6th September 05:31
paul
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: "JGM" <jgmclean0@aol.com> wrote in message : news:20031103104543.06392.00000196@mb-m19.aol.com...
: > Brett A. Pasternack wrote:
: >
: > >"Seven Bridges Road" by the Eagles, from the Eagles Live album : released
: > >in 1980 (last album they did before their long breakup).
: > >
: > >It was written and originally recorded by an artist named Steve Young : in
: > >the early 70s, and there are other versions as well, but the Eagles
: > >version is the best-known and matches your description precisely.
: >
: > Aside: if you have a Home Theater with DTS capability (a : multi-channel sound
: > format), the version of "Seven Bridges Road" on the Hell Freezes Over : DVD is a
: > way cool demo -- one singer coming from each of the five channels.
: >
: > Dolly Parton's version of this tune is pretty cool also.
: >
: Steve Young's version (rerecorded I believe in the early 80's with...a
: cello?) is a beautiful and evocative rendition and blows the Eagles
: away, IMHO.
:
I had a chance to hear Steve Young sing this song live several years back
and it was just great.

Paul
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6 6th September 05:31
ml starkey
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"Seven Bridges Road" The Eagles.

It's on the 1980 "Eagles Live" album.
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7 6th September 05:31
mister charlie
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ALso the Eagles Greatest Hits Vol 2.
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8 6th September 14:36
jimmy valentine
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The piece of musice is in fact "7 BRIDGES ROAD" and it was done by "THE
EAGLES"

A top bit of harmony, typically up to the high standard of "schmidt, frey,
henley & the crew"


compliments "RoknRoll History" (Rob)" down under
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9 7th September 08:41
bpopham
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And the 2-CD "The Very Best Of" Eagles compilation that came out a short time
ago.


Brent
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