Recordings

Showing recordings 1-10 of 67 that were created in 2011 by jackiesunflower +3. The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a different year or the page links further down to view more recordings for the currently selected year.

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Love Of My Life

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Extreme
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Oh! Darling

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of The Beatles
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i have a cold so my voice sounds a bit different... sharing in B.A.R.S. 2 as judge's entry... ty for the listens/comments! jackie

Whole Lotta Love

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Led Zeppelin
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i did it my way... *sharing in PINK FLOYD X LED ZEPPELIN as hostess

Breath Of Heaven

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Amy Grant
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there's a little distortion and the vid is out of synch, as usual...my pc is too slow... to be redone sometime in the future...

Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Led Zeppelin
37 views 26 comments
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*SHARING IN MY CONTEST AS HOSTESS: PINK FLOYD X LED ZEPPELIN

Boys Don't Cry

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of The Cure
28 views 12 comments
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testing the new recorder... you know how much i love 80's Music!!

Pride And Joy

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Stevie Ray Vaughan
44 views 26 comments
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just having fun rockin da bluessssssss

Run Baby Run

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Sheryl Crow
18 views 10 comments
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yeah listen to my story... after my dear friend Ray listened to my version done in 2009 i knew i had to redo it...lol *The first line of this song is "She was born in November 1963, on the day Aldous Huxley Died". The day Aldous Huxley died is more famously remembered as the day that U.S. President John F. Kennedy was shot. The author C. S. Lewis also died on the same day - media coverage of his death, and that of Huxley, being significantly overshadowed by the historic assassination. It is a curious lyrical touch in this song that Sheryl Crow chooses to distinguish the day in question with reference to Huxley's death rather than that of the president.* single released in 1993 in the UK and reached the charts in 1994* for: MzAna's Royal Flush One Song Contest! thanks for listening! hugs jackie

Edge Of Seventeen

By jackiesunflower +3 in the Style of Stevie Nicks
65 views 22 comments
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Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

By jackiesunflower +3 Featuring D-Lone-Wolf in the Style of Elton John & George Michael
33 views 15 comments
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