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What kind of music does someone who has played thousands of songs like? The answer may surprise you. In answering that question, I rediscovered how much I like story songs, rock with horns, very visual songs. I also realized that I'm a lot more sentimental than I might have ever thought! But this is not all about me. You undoubtedly have your own collection of "lost" songs, too, even if they're not all collected in one place. I'm hoping that as you listen to this channel, you'll rediscover some of them, like I did.

Every song really does have a story. When you click on any of the artist name links below, a pop-up box will appear to tell you the story behind that "lost" song and why it's here. I'd love to hear what you think of this channel, so drop me a line with your comments--and to let me know if any of these are your lost songs, too.
 

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Al Kooper Brand New Day
Andy Robinson Ballad of a Summer Girl
Barry Manilow Copacabana (At The Copa)
Biff Rose Molly
Billy Joel This Is The Time
Bob Seger Main Street
Bruce Hornsby and the Range The Way It Is
Carole King It's Too Late
Chicago Beginnings
Chicago I'm a Man
Chuck Mangione Hill Where the Lord Hides
Chuck Pyle Drifter's Wind
Chuck Pyle Show Me the Way
David Ackles One Night Stand
Donna Summer On The Radio
Double The Captain of Her Heart
Dr. John Right Place, Wrong Time
Dreams Devil Lady
Emerson Lake & Palmer Still You Turn Me On
Frank Sinatra It Was A Very Good Year
George Benson Golden Slumbers/You Never Give Me Your Money
Gino Vannelli Love Me Now
Gordon Lightfoot Affair On 8th Avenue
Hammer Death to a King
Huey Lewis and the News The Heart Of Rock and Roll
James Ingram and Patti Austin Baby Come To Me
John Tesh Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?
The Manhattan Transfer Twilight Zone
Merle Haggard I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink
Neil Diamond As Time Goes By
Neil Sedaka The Hungry Years
Oleta Adams Get Here
Pat Metheny Last Train Home
Paul Williams Let Me Be The One
Pure Prairie League Falling In and Out of Love/Amie
Seal Don't Cry
Seals and Crofts We May Never Pass This Way Again
Stevie Wonder Do I Do
The Cyrkle Reading Her Paper
The Doobie Brothers South City Midnight Lady
The Seven Tell Her No
Tom Waits Big Joe And Phantom 309
Willie Nelson On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Yes I've Seen All Good People

 

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