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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by two fingers, Feb 12, 2018.
How about this quirky hit from 1972?
I do na na na not think we can pull that wuh na na nun off.
Althoug, I can rock a tuba if I need to. I just have to find one.
That odd song was a big hit when I was in high school. I never played it.
This one is a big hit right now.
Lady Antebellum - You Look Good.
It will fill the dance floor and has a great bass groove.
Up Where We Belong by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes
This song with Kenny Loggins and Steve Perry trading lead vocals could be done with a male and female singer.
I never heard that song in my life. Even though it wasn't a hit I bet it would kill in a bar.
This song is a mid tempo tune.
I've noticed that The Core is a lot of people's favorite Clapton tune. Many (maybe most) of them don't know the song's name, or sometimes even that it's Clapton, but it's their favorite nonetheless.
every song by the B-52s, and this is one of my favorite songs with male and female vocals
but a lot of the songs in this thread have little or no harmony. i've performed a bunch of songs that originally didn't have two singers but worked well when harmony was added.
Actually, that rocking song was a pretty big hit in 1982 reaching #17 on the U.S. Top 40 chart and # 4 on the Rock Chart and #7 on the Canadian Top 40 chart. It also was nominated at the 1983 Grammy Awards for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
A Rush Duet?
surely I'm not the only TBer who'd love to hear a duet between @mellowinman and the especial lady of his choice, performing:
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