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  1. I was navigating YouTube, when I came across a "What one-hit wonder of the 1960's or 1970's would you like me to react to?" post. I looked long and deep at the suggestions, but, at first glance, nobody remembered Rebone's "Come And Get Your Love." I corrected that deficiency and posted a sad 1962 song - Dickie Lee: "Patches." I looked around for Redbone's live performance and ran into "Guardians of the Galaxy." Then there was my favorite "dance at Pineview" acoustic version from "The Postman." And now, Fil will illustrate how this song continues to move people to this day.
  2. Submitted for your approval, Jamel, who takes reaction requests to songs on YouTube. The band, Redbone, played straight ahead Rock in the 1970's, and this is almost a Rock Standard.
  3. Enough with the "November gloom" songs, Let's Dance! By the way, "Redbone" is/was a substitute/neutral word for "half-breed/mixed race Indian." (I heard about it on a YouTube video, but skipped it so as not to subject interested parties to another/acoustic version of "Come And Get Your Love.) Here's a tale about "Come And Get Your Love" Pat Vegas of Redbone recalls his days with Lolly "You Keep Me Uptight" (Blues) "Down the rabbit hole" with Redbone How "Redbone" the band got it's name.
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