Cocktail Music/Easy Listning

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Michael Anderson
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2003/07/23 21:16:54 (permalink)

Cocktail Music/Easy Listning

I have really agonized over suggesting this New Topic. However, after much deliberation I couldn't discount any longer it's applicability to those who I Think make up a significant number of Subscribers. That is, those of us who have experienced the beconing lure of the Cocktail Piano, at the Cocktail Hour...and later, in a soft setting filled with friendly conversation among people who all seemed to share common "sweet" feelings of being there at that moment. I confess...I have an ulterior motive: I want you all to know about a WEB-SITE I discovered, and I hope you will go there and listen if you can. > www.cocktailpiano.com< IF I'm correct about you all out there...then I know you will be "Turned(back)On" to a time almost lost or forgotten. There are many time-frames, and a zillion tunes...almost ALL will be familliar...and at least ONE will bring a Good Tear. Check-out the Site...and Please share your thoughts. Respectfully...MICHAEL A*
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Cocktail Music/Easy Listning 2003/07/23 21:19:59 (permalink)
    Michael, I may have messed up or your website is flawed. Could not connect.


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    RE: Cocktail Music/Easy Listning 2003/07/23 21:33:35 (permalink)
    I got to the site. You just have to drop the "<".
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