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Ode To The Groove

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  1. Mooguramar
    Ode to Sleep Lyrics: I wake up fine and dandy / But then by the time I find it handy / To rip my heart apart and start planning my crash landing / I go up, up, up, up, up to the ceiling / Then I feel.
  2. Moogugami
    The tune has a great modal groove – thanks to a quartet that includes John Ellis on piano, Michael Bardon on bass, and Andy Hay on drums – but it's Birchall who really blows us away, as he packs a lot into his soulful solo! "Mode For Trane" is on the flip – a great Billy Gault tune that's perfect for the group too! 7-inch, Vinyl record.
  3. Mezizragore
    On Ode To Joy, that pattern is broken. Not since A Ghost Is Born (or, some could argue, the aforementioned Sky) has a Wilco album so eschewed expectation, and that sense of unpredictability is more than welcome. The tidiness of the past few albums is gone, replaced with a minimal, stripped-down sound that tends to heavily emphasize acoustic.
  4. Gardagis
    Ode To Knee Deep, a song by Too Blue Lou & The Groove on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  5. Guzshura
    This heart-felt rhythm and blues ode to South Jersey aims to re-think the body and move the mind. Runtime: 90 minutes "Absolute entertainment, the Duchess is good for what ails you." - Philadelphia City Paper. Photo by David Cimetta. immediately following Groove on Thursday.

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