Think back to 2014, my friends. Do you know what happened on this day?
Simon sent out a short update on #DD14 (which we now know to be Paper Gods), saying they were in the refinement stages – but he didn’t give out names or confirm/deny any other rumors circulating at that time.
It was as though we were gathered outside a studio, waiting for any signs of life from within. There was a gasp, and perhaps a small shriek of victory from the crowd as a tiny window in the door suddenly creaked open. We ran up to the door, essentially climbing over one another, and straining our necks to see whatever there was to see (which wasn’t much). A voice beckoned from beyond, although it was too dark to see much. The voice told us all that yes, they were still in the studio, and no – we could not come in yet. Go home, the voice suggested. Wait for further instructions there, and leave them in peace. The window slammed shut, the crowd sighed in collective disappointment and perhaps a bit of relief, and more silence ensued.
Can you believe that was already FIVE years ago?? I can remember being so nervous about what the end result would be. So many rumors had circulated about what the band had been working on, and in the end – Paper Gods was exactly as it should be. This time around, I’m not nearly as anxious. I think having time and space to work without comments from the Peanut Gallery (that’d be me!) might be helpful. After all, the band didn’t get this far in their career without knowing a thing or two.
So here we are once again, waiting to see what may come. I say, grab a comfy spot on the sofa, because it might be awhile! While we wait, let’s take a look at an oldie but a goody: Songbook, which aired on Sky Arts also on this date in 2009! Truth be told, this is one of my very favorite televised programs from the band, so I don’t have to be coerced much to sit down and watch it again.
I can’t help it – I do love watching these videos. They help boost my mood a bit (I’m suffering from a little bit of missing my two oldest kids today), and who doesn’t need a pick me up every once in a while – right?
Looking forward to the day when I can post news about studio updates, should we be so lucky as to hear of some! Until then, I’m going to start looking for some good older videos to share from good old YouTube. If you’ve got any you’re hoping to find or want to share – let me know!
Hi everyone! Happy Tuesday! Just before going to bed last night, I went through the Daily Duranie inbox. It isn’t often that we get extremely pointed reminders from anonymous people, but last night, we did. To be fair, I was happy to have the reminder! I FORGOT THE KAFE! Oops!
Yesterday was crazy, involving now 4-week old chickens figuring out how to fly up and over their 3.5-foot high fencing. Essentially, they were then having free reign of the room where they are currently located. They’re not old enough to be outside of their brooder (think baby crib for chickens!) just yet. I’ll bet none of you can imagine my reaction when opening the door to find a REAL Late Bar party going on amongst the chickies.
My life. I have to laugh. Why would I expect anything less than “baby” chicks escaping??
Anyway, I’m back on my game, the chicks are safely in their appropriate brooder, and I’ve listened to the Kafe! Below are the just the highlights! If you want to listen to the entire Kafe (and you should!) we at Daily Duranie highly recommend getting your own DuranDuranMusic.com membership!
Simon is sick with a cold right now – mentioning that he is bringing a Virus to the Kafe. As am I (Bringing Virus, that is.)
At some point, he starts singing some crazy little tune I don’t think I’ve heard before. That’s only after going after his cat – who is trying to get into a room that is off limits.
Sounds like my house on any given day! First it was dogs and cats, now it’s poultry. I don’t know people…maybe I should start singing crazy obscurities too. Moving on.
Studio time with Mark
Thrilled that Katy asked about the band being in the studio with Mark back at the end of February! After the Vegas shows, and just after Mark won an Oscar, they met in a Los Angeles studio. They did some writing with not only Mark Ronson, but also Lykke Li and Graham Coxon.
It was the first meeting of Graham and Mark, as the band introduced them that day. According to Simon, they did a lot of work – and now it is about seeing how much of it they will actually use. It did not sound as though Mark is acting as the only producer, or even as a producer at all, but rather more of a collaborative writer. although Simon did not go into a ton of detail. As Simon explained, while it sounded great, it is very difficult to discuss the songs because so much changes over the process of writing, recording, etc.
It would be a good reminder here that thousands of hours can go into recording for an album, and only a small percentage may get used. Having your heart set on Mark, or anyone for that matter, being the producer or working with the band on what ends up as the finished product is setting yourself up for certain disappointment. Keeping an open mind is prudent!
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
So, anyone hear that Simon and John have the distinct honor of inducting Roxy Music into the Hall of Fame? The ceremony, which is to take place March 29th at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, should be interesting this year. Roxy Music, Janet Jackson, The Cure, and even Def Leppard (not to play favorites but those are the few I remember off the top of my head) are being inducted this year. I’m looking forward to watching the ceremony at some point.
Simon says he is flattered and very honored to be inducting Roxy Music, as they are crucial to Duran Duran. He feels as though it is a huge responsibility to make sure they are given the credit that is due. He and John will deliver a speech (usually these are incredibly impassioned, and honestly – they are what make the ceremony special, in my opinion). Simon says that John is mostly working on it because he is a massive fan. He has never been to an induction ceremony before, so I’m curious to hear what he thinks of it all after he’s gone.
February Mini Tour
Loved hearing Simon talk about the mini-tour. He commented that the show in Miami was just “okay”. They hadn’t played a 90-minute show in about 18 months (since Japan). I know we had discussions about the length of their set several times during the mini-tour. There were critics who mentioned it as well – to which I responded in a blog right here. Listen, I’m a fan – I would love a four hour long set complete with an intermission! However, this band is made up of humans, not machines. I don’t know how people like Elton John or Paul McCartney do a 3 hour show every night. Maybe they rehearsed for months beforehand, conditioning themselves?
I just know that when Simon feels like he’s got to comment on a Kafe that it has been forever since they played a 90-minute show that maybe, just MAYBE, we need to cut them a little slack. He said that Miami wasn’t that great – I believe he used the word, “okay”, but that they got tighter in Cayman and by the time they hit NOLA they were feeling good and the show felt smooth.
I can understand that, too. Duran Duran doesn’t rehearse a ton. Now, we can certainly have a discussion about whether or not that should be happening more regularly; however, the bottom line is that this isn’t a band that rehearses for months or weeks on end before a tour begins. As they perform shows, they play tighter, and smoother. That’s the way this band rolls!
As we know, they added in a few extras to the set this time around. Seventh Stranger, New Religion, Tempted, and even Friends of Mine. For long-time fans such as myself – this was a dream come true. Simon commented that they like to change things up. “We have quite a huge catalog to choose from, and it would be a real waste to stick to the same 18-20 songs.”
Yes, yes it would.
What I found particularly interesting here though was that Simon said they tried to make Seventh Stranger sound more modern. This was after saying that if they’d written that song today, they would have done it very differently. I don’t know if he felt the song was incredibly dated as is written – but let’s be fair to ourselves a bit here. It was released in 1983, and one can assume it was written at least several months (if not a year or more) prior. Simon followed up by saying they performed it by using the musical technology available today as opposed to the way it was in 1980-something.
A word or two for Simon
Nick tried to get Simon to lip-sync to the video on the screen, and I got the feeling that Simon wasn’t sure if that worked out right. Let me clear that air for him by speaking to Simon directly here. IT WAS FANTASTIC. I can imagine performing it that way, and trying to stay conscious of what was happening on screen might have felt weird, but the full effect of seeing you at 20-something on the larger screen and then right in front of me singing in person blew me away. I’m not a very emotional person (I cry in private thankyouverymuch), but that performance took everything out of me. It was an incredible five minutes that I will never forget. I am not the only one, either. The audience was filled with people sobbing just like me.
That doesn’t happen without a lot of magic, my friend. And that’s what that song and performance(s) were like. Magical. Don’t downplay it, and take my word for it. I can be incredibly hard on this band, but those performances contained some of the moments my heart was craving most. I feel lucky to have been there.
And if that weren’t enough….they announced they’d be playing at Tinderbox in Denmark this year, and Katy says “there may be more this summer”. Stay tuned….
Record Store Day 2019
It is exciting to hear that As the Lights Go Down will be available on pink and blue vinyl as Duran Duran’s RSD offering this year. Humorously though, Simon says he doesn’t remember even recording it. Not a single thing.
I’m sure there’s a joke in here about drugs in the 80s and 90s, or age….but I’m gonna just let it slide for now. (after all, I can remember the words to every Duran Duran song, but can’t remember where I put the TV remote. It was in the cupboard this morning. So….)
He does say though that when he gets his copy, he’ll “give it a go”.
Well, alright then. Just maybe then I will, too.
Simon will be back during the summer, and I can hardly wait to hear what obscurity he’ll sing.
As for me, I’m off to check on some very loud squawking I hear. I can only imagine what I’ll find this time.
You don’t need to imagine it, because yesterday – it happened! Sure enough, Duran Duran is back at it! #DD15
Yes, they’re all together in the same room. They certainly look quite pleased with themselves for remembering to provide photographic evidence of such a meeting. Don’t you kinda wonder??
I sure do. I wonder what they’re thinking about.
The blank screen I see when I click on “post new” each day serves to equally daunt and empower. Even when I know what I want to write, typing it and seeing the words appear doesn’t always go smoothly. Some people have coffee in the morning, others need a shower – I need both. There are mornings when I have stood there under the water, letting it wake me up and giving me a minute or so to think about the day ahead, and have completely composed a blog. I rush to get ready, only to begin writing and realize I can’t exactly remember the genius idea I had running through my head ten minutes earlier. Then there are the days when I have nothing to say at all, and it doesn’t become any clearer when I sit down to the computer.
When Amanda and I were diligently writing manuscripts, each new chapter brought equal amounts of anxiety and excitement. We would try to map out our manuscripts, knowing what each chapter needed to convey and how we planned to get from point A to point Z. Invariably though, I would need to have a phone session during which we would brainstorm over points to consider and include within the chapters. Only then could I settle down enough to begin writing. It was as though I was so excited to write that I couldn’t sort through how to begin.
When I look at that picture with the four of them, I wonder how they feel. Are they nervous about starting again? Do they know what they want to do for #DD15? Is jamming for them similar to what Amanda and I might do as we chat about whatever we’re about to write?
As a clarinet player, I was never one of those who could improv well. I have a difficult time coming up with melodies on the spot, I suppose. Sight-reading is a skill I’m far more comfortable with. Clarinet players are typically orchestra people, for the most part. The idea of sitting down and composing an entire song, or a complete album, sounds an awful lot like climbing Mount Everest for the fun of it…and then doing it again, just for kicks. Thinking of the task on those terms reminds me of how remarkable it is to be blogging about the potential for a 15th studio album.
Whatever they might be feeling or doing in this moment, I love the energy surging through the fandom right now. It pulses like an electric current, supplying life, and waking us up out of a dreamy slumber. None of us know what is coming, but we’re excited by the possibilities. #DD15, here we go!
Did you listen to the Katy Kafe this week featuring Roger Taylor? I did and blogged about it on Friday. Sometimes, a word, a sentence or a detail from those Kafes stick with me. That is the case with this one, which is funny because it wasn’t very long or did not feature a ton of news on the Duran front. Yet, it did give one juicy tidbit. Duran Duran is planning on returning to the studio before the end of the year.
According to Roger, the band is planning to return to the studio for some “fun” (his word) but it might not be a new album. I don’t know about the rest of you but I keep thinking about what exactly that might mean.
After the All You Need Is Now album cycle, I felt a sort of desperation for the band to keep active. That album spoke to me and felt like Duran had embraced themselves and their fans. Many fans seemed to be active on social media and expressed a lot of happiness about their fandom during that time. While I say that, I recognize that it wasn’t a complete utopia and I knew that even then. Nonetheless, things felt good to me and I really believed that Duran was on the “right track,” whatever that means. Then, of course, the time between that album and Paper Gods rolled around. 2012 turned to 2013 then to 2014. That tiny sliver of desperation I felt seemed to be growing. I often blogged in response to this feeling. Many took some of those blogs as complaining and not being understanding of the creative process. I kept trying to explain that it had more to do with my concern over their success and the fear that if they took too long, the fans wouldn’t remain. Those blogs always came from love, despite my flaws.
In hindsight, a lot of it had to do with my own fear that the band wouldn’t come back or that when they did come back, too much would have changed to feel the same. The fun wouldn’t follow. In reality, this had a lot more to do with me. Things were not always ideal in my world and I was putting a lot of my hope and joy onto fandom. I needed to have something to look forward to, something to give me happiness and not much in my life was beyond fandom. This combined with the fact that Rhonda and I took our fandom to a more serious level by not only blogging but organizing meet ups and a weekend long convention. Fandom took on a greater role in my life.
Now, we are witnessing the last dates of the Paper Gods Tour and era. This time, things seem to be different. On a personal level, I’m aware of what happened last time and how I reacted and why. I also understand creative process work in a different way now than I did in 2013. I have vowed to give them as much time as they need for whatever exactly they are going to do next. Yes, the plan is just to give as much support as I can. Funny enough, though, the band seems different this time, too. The fact that they are planning to go into the studio indicates this. It doesn’t sound like it will be years between Paper Gods and whatever is next. (While I type that sentence, I hear many of you pointing out Durantime. That may be true but I, again, will be positive throughout it all.) Of course, while the band is planning to return to recording, Roger says that it might not be a “new album”. So, what could it be?
I have no idea what exactly the band is going to be doing in the studio. In order to figure it out, I have thought the band’s career. Is there anything that they have had in the past that could give us an idea? Maybe. At times, the band has released a single in between albums. I’m thinking about songs Iike Is There Something I Should Know or Wild Boys. Could they think about writing and recording a song to be included on a re-issue or on a live album? What about a album of remixes or another greatest hits album? While they have never done a real EP, or smaller album, they could do one now. Maybe that would be good.
Of course, one factor that makes this time unique is that the 40th anniversary is coming up. Could that be the factor that is pushing the band back into the studio? Could they be doing something special for that? What about the idea of going through some of those demos that we know were close to being ready and finishing them? I can only imagine that the band has a lot of work out there that could be completed and sent out into the world. If they did an album of those, that might not be considered a “new” album? I’m not sure. Roger sure left me with more questions by this piece of news.
While I’m prepared to be patient and supportive through this time between Paper Gods and whatever come next, I wouldn’t mind getting a little something to ease the anticipation. I’m okay if it is a song or two or an EP or an album featuring previously unreleased demos. Whatever and whenever it is going to be, I’m looking forward to it.
Yesterday I wrote about a rumor involving a new Duran Duran album. Apparently, if we are all to believe the rumor, the band has been working tirelessly – fingers to their bones – to record an album entirely on their own in their “spare time”. I put myself out there and said that based purely on my own past experience as a Duran Duran fan, I really doubted this to be true. That opinion still holds this morning (and I appreciate that I wasn’t burnt at the stake yesterday for saying so).
A few Duranies asserted, probably with a fair amount of wishful thinking thrown in for good measure, that perhaps this could be Reportage. I have some thoughts on that.
First of all, the existence of Reportage has turned into this fabled, prized, collection of work that has taken on the enigma of being The Golden Ticket. I myself have spoken to a fan or two that somehow has either heard the album, or that claim to have a copy. One person said, “anyone who is anyone in the fan community has heard it. The music is floating around.” Well, I haven’t heard it. Not a single note. That means I’m not anyone, I guess. Not really a surprise there, either. I love it when people tell me they’ve heard it, because they have this air about them. You know what I mean. The whole “Yes, I know I’m on the inside and you’re just a lowly REGULAR fan.” Even if they don’t mean to sound that way….they absolutely do. And they secretly love it, because they have The Golden Ticket, while you and I do not.
Let’s face it, had I ever heard it – I’m sure I’d come off that way too. But I haven’t. At this point, I’m really starting to wonder why anyone cares. Do any of us really know how many songs and material, have never made it onto an album over the course of their career? Reportage is probably just a group of 9-12 more songs that never quite made it. Sure, some of you are probably saying, “Yeah, but these might be outstanding!” Yes. That’s true. But Duran Duran probably has quite the archive of songs that had the potential to be outstanding. After all, this is the group that wrote “Rio”, and “Paper Gods”, and/or “Danceophobia”.
Ok, “Danceophobia” aside… (sorry “Danceophobia” fans. I just can’t.)
The point is, while I know Reportage has become this Holy Grail type of thing for the fan community, it is possible we might be putting way too much stock into something that we know next to nothing about. Sure, we were teased about it for way too long to have never heard it ourselves. Yes, we know Sony turned it down. I have heard there were legal issues. But do those things all add up to it being the golden album to end all golden albums? I’m just not so sure. And if one more person tells me that they’ve heard it with that knowing look on their face…
Well, I’m just gonna need a vodka tonic in order to deal. And it’s only 10:30 am my time. Oh, and yeah, I’m still nearly 100% sure that they’re not going to be releasing any album next month, Reportage or otherwise. Until someone from DDHQ says otherwise, and I’ve been properly revived from falling on the floor in a dead faint, I’m sticking with it.
But hey, if anyone wants me to hear Reportage, by all means my inbox is open and ready.
While on vacation, I noticed DDHQ post a link to a song on Soundcloud with a very familiar vocalist. The song is titled “Eiffel Tower” and the singer is none other than Simon Le Bon, of course. I had almost no data connection, so I had to wait to listen.
The lack of data didn’t stop me from seeing the comments, and nearly everyone had something positive to say. I couldn’t wait to hear it myself! I made a mental note to listen as soon as I could and thought about it throughout the week(s).
(On a side note: if you’re obsessing over a song you haven’t heard yet by a member of the band, not even the band as a whole – I kind of think that might make you a Duranie. Only another hard-core fan would understand the kind of obsession that drives us!)
So today, I promised to sit down and listen. I found the link, clicked on it, and almost immediately felt the familiar chills and goosebumps on my arms. Simon’s voice is like silk, and the music is like a favorite blanket. Lush and soft – its gorgeous. The guitar is beautiful! The track is full of emotion and it doesn’t overpower the rest of the music. I can even hear strings in the background, and they lead the listener further into the music.
Layered songs with many different tracks like this one can sometimes get very messy and end up sounding like background noise to vocals, but not here. The production is done extremely well. At the end, there’s a gorgeous, beautiful guitar solo that I have heard is Warren, and it is done masterfully. The guitar doesn’t overpower, it simply led me back out of the song in the same way that the strings held my hand and drew me in. Brilliant.
But back to Simon’s voice. It blows my mind into pieces. I don’t know if he is responsible for the lyrics, but even if he didn’t write them, he delivers them like poetry. I’d forgotten his velvety voice when he is relaxed and not trying to reach a crowd of 20,000. Absolutely stunning in every single way.
The song ended, and I caught my breath. I realized I’d been holding it for quite some time while I listened. This was a song that was going to stay with me, and I love when that happens. This single piece took me on a journey, and not many pieces of music do that for me these days.
And then, another song began. The instrumental version. I almost couldn’t take it. I was already completely sold on the song, but somehow, this piece took everything I loved about the first one, stood it on its head, and made it even better.
I’m a sucker for a full orchestra. I won’t lie. Let’s face it: I spent much of my childhood playing in an orchestra, so it makes sense, really. But this is different. It’s kind of like hearing the orchestral version of A View To a Kill, but even better. Again, I get the chills going up my arm and the hair on the back of my neck stands on end. I was already on a high from the first version, but the orchestral version took my feelings up a notch. My eyes welled up, and the emotion I’ve had bottled up for the past six weeks spilled over. I won’t be able to forget this song for a very, very long time.
Which is exactly how I like it.
Take a listen for yourself and see what you think.
It is like freaking Christmas EVE (if you’re into that sort of thing) on social media right now. Duranies are excitedly posting about everything from events their local record stores are having in honor of the album to sad emails they’ve received from Amazon, Target and even Warner Bros letting them know that their album – which has been slated to come out tomorrow for MONTHS now – won’t actually be arriving until at least late next week. (I’m just gonna say it: this is not impressive work on the behalf of whomever was in charge of their distribution.) My advice? iTunes. Google Play. At least you’ll get the album tomorrow, and then your physical copy will come later. Then there’s the band, who sneakily posted a video…that was just shot what, a week ago??… online this morning.
So, if you don’t have anything to do but sit, twiddle your thumbs and wait…I have some plans for you today…in no particular order.
Go watch Duran Duran’s video for Pressure Off. Watch it an extra time for me, because as you read this, I am with my kids at their school for orientation. I’m probably weeping a little, but it’s cleverly hidden behind my sunglasses. I hear the video was shot with YouTube’s 360 video in mind. Ok, now I’m sobbing. This could be embarrassing until I get home and watch it .
Send Daily Duranie messages on Facebook and Twitter taunting us with how amazing it is. Oh wait, some of you are already doing that!! (Amanda is at work too, so there is no video watching. At least not yet….) Seriously though, how is that video?!?
Make plans to attend the online DAILY DURANIE BIRTHDAY PARTY on Sunday!! We’re turning five!! Can you believe it?? We really can’t. We plan to drown our sorrows…I mean CELEBRATE…on Sunday with an online video party (yes, another one) with OUR favorite videos from 2-7pm PDT or 5-10pm EDT (Yes, these are US times, because we live in the US and because Amanda and I didn’t want to be celebrating at 9am. Sorry.) Even if you can’t join us in our merriment, we have a YouTube channel with a Daily Duranie Birthday playlist (not public yet, we’re still working on it!) that you can watch on your own time should you so choose. Details will be made available on the event page that I am going to create a bit later today. You’re ALL invited and we hope to see you. If nothing else, you can laugh at Amanda and I as we taunt, laugh and poke fun at one another while under the influence. Cheers!
Lastly, who am I really kidding…I know many of you already have the album because you were lucky enough to have yours sent early. Give it another listen or ten and enjoy!!!
I just want to say congratulations to Duran Duran. Fourteen albums (and then some) is quite an accomplishment, and definitely not one that I could ever replicate. I know that I’ve spent the better part of three years chomping at the bit for new music, and I also know that for a great deal of that time, I’ve worried about what would eventually come and how it all might sound. I am not the only fan in that category…just probably one of the “louder” ones. In any case, I am proud to be a Duran Duran fan today. No, this album does not sound like any other album you’ve done, but yet it is still Duran Duran. I revel in the fact that the band I came to adore in early 1981 is still doing so much to put continued smiles on the faces of their fans. No, that’s not necessarily equal to chart success, or huge sales. I have to hope that somewhere, to someone…knowing that longtime fans are still there by your side…matters.
Two days. 48 hours. I could figure out the seconds but nobody needs me to do that. We have nearly arrived at what I wouldn’t call a destination, but rather, the next stopover on our journey. We are so close that we can see the welcome sign, and some of us – oh hell, nearly all of us – are running to get there.
I have no idea of what the future may hold, only that once again, we have come full circle. Although it has been nearly five years since the release of All You Need is Now, when I think back – I can still remember the first moments of listening to the album in full. I remember those feelings of anticipation mixed with nerves and excitement. I remember the hope, the joy, and the elation. To this day, I still have All You Need is Now in my car stereo, and I still love it. For that matter, I love it more so now than in 2010. Songs have grown on me, and now I have memories to match most of the songs on the album. For me personally, those memories have made the album what it is to my heart.
All You Need is Now is a tough act to follow, at least in my mind. While no, it might not have been a “critically acclaimed” album or marched up the charts for a lengthy stay in the top ten, that never mattered (to me). Now we are at the same vantage point for Paper Gods. In nearly ever review I’ve seen, Paper Gods is the album to beat this year. Critics seem to really enjoy what they hear, which quite frankly blows my mind. This is Duran Duran, the band that those same critics have laughed at over the years, and now – this album, has suddenly been added to “album of the year” status. Well then. I don’t know how that happens. Over the coming days and weeks we can begin to sort that out as fans – but I’d be lying if I didn’t say I wasn’t curious as to how the album might do.
However, on this day, with a mere 48-hours to go, I leave you with another way to fill up some time AND support Duran Duran in the process.
Go Duran Shopping!
That’s right. Go to duranduran.com and buy yourself some of the new Paper Gods merchandise. Maybe take a spin on eBay and see what comes up. Preorder the album if you haven’t, there’s still time! Plan your wardrobe for the upcoming shows. Bask in the glory of being a Duran Duran fan… I sense the best is still yet to come.
We are seriously down to just 72 little hours to go before Paper Gods is released!! Can you deal with it?!? (If you don’t know where that last line came from, your assignment for today includes listening to Liberty again.)
I’m getting fairly good at handing out homework and assignments, as today begins homeschool for my second grader, so now I’m teaching high school and elementary school. (Admittedly the high schooler is far more independent so planning for him isn’t that difficult!) However, since we are on this “homework” theme this week, I have some for all of you today as well! (Can You Deal With It aside…)
We have had five songs already released from Paper Gods, and I’m not seeing NEARLY enough about them on social media. So, let’s blitz all social media today and get them out there! Your task is to share each of the five songs. Let’s get them trending!!! If we want this album heard ’round the world…it’s gonna take all of us to make it happen, so get going!
You Kill Me With Silence
What are the Chances
Last Night in the City
Let’s get the music out there…share and encourage your friends and followers to pass it on!
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