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OT: Songs About Weather

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I worked with a fellow many years ago, and he was crazy about Bill Withers. ( come to think of it ,that is not crazy ). If anyone said 'hello Jack, how are you?' , he would answer "Ain't No Sunshine". I mean every time, for many years. Now that is a fan! :)
 
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I worked with a fellow many years ago, and he was crazy about Bill Withers. ( come to think of it ,that is not crazy ). If anyone said 'hello Jack, how are you?' , he would answer "Ain't No Sunshine". I mean every time, for many years. Now that is a fan! :)

Bama fan- - - -It's not that well known that Bill Withers was in the Navy or Merchant Marine when he sent a demo to record producers and that started his singing career!
That's similar to Daniel Rodriguez who was a NYC Police man and after Sept. 11th 2001 he was singing the National Anthem and America The Beautiful and America at NY sporting events and now is a professional singer!
 

Golden Husky

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C'mon guys, it is rock 'n' roll heresy not to mention "Walking in the Rain" by The Ronettes. It might have been as big a hit as "Be My Baby" if it had come out in 1963, before the British Invasion.

And we need Dylan's Subterranean Homesick Blues for one of the most memorable lines in rock 'n' roll annals.
 


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