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Showing recordings 1-10 of 44 that were created in 2017 by OldGreyEyes. 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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Heart And Soul

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Jazz Hits
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New song for me. Thanks to MikeIII for the upload.

I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Jazz Hits
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Found this hard to sing. Seems quite high even in the Lower pitch. Also tricky to come in on time and in tune for the...

Isn't This A Lovely Day

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Jazz Hits
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Pretty sure this was from a Astaire/Rogers musical sung in a bandstand.

Baby, Now That I've Found You

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Alison Krauss and Union Station
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Lovely tune but really about a creepy stalker so not all that romantic.

Waiting In Vain

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Bob Marley
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Some good bits, some bad bits.

Mind Blowing Decisions

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Heatwave
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Oh to be young again. Very nostalgic track for me. Rod Temperton was a groovy guy!

Baby, Now That I've Found You

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Alison Krauss and Union Station
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Great music to sing to.

Me And Mrs. Jones

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Michael Bublé
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Best I ever sang the crescendo parts on this one.

There's Nothing Like This

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Omar
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From my younger London days. Omar ( Lye Fook ) on the Talking Loud label. Corny lyrics but a great vibe and groove. L...

She's No Lady

By OldGreyEyes 47 In the Style Of Lyle Lovett
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Lyle Lovett song but Lou Rawls recorded it on an album in the 80s and that was the definitive version for me.

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