Nazareth

Let’s open with the N.O. theme song:

For the Remoaners:

For our aviator friends:

Not a bad version of this at all – almost as good as Dan’s:

And to take us out:

6 comments for “Nazareth

  1. microdave
    April 21, 2017 at 20:04

    Gabriella……WOW! And now she’s spent some time in the US with Ken Tamplin, her voice is even better.

    • April 21, 2017 at 20:19

      Ah now that’s interesting.

      • microdave
        April 21, 2017 at 21:35

        I hope she’s still belting them out in 35 years time (not that I’ll be around to see, yet alone hear her). Since your clip earlier I’ve been trawling through YouTube, and see that Pat Benatar is still performing, along with her husband and guitarist Neil Gilardo – they married in 1982. One comment posted last year made me smile:

        “Pat Benatar was rockin’ when my mom was in college. Now I’m in college and she’s still kicking ass”

        Long may she continue…

  2. April 22, 2017 at 02:20

    Gabriella is gorgeous and has a spectacular ‘rasp’ to her vocal chords, but Buddy Holly did Love Hurts with far more feeling.

    • April 22, 2017 at 07:03

      Dare I say it’s a man’s song? Thought Dan McC was also impassioned. Gabriela great voice and a sweetie – see how she was relating to the musos – but I got the impression she was ‘doing’ the song.

      One thing the way she sang it – complete gaps between the lines rather than running one into the other. Shall listen again now to Buddy Holly’s version.

      Hmmmmmm, no Buddy Holly version on youtube but there is an Everly Bros version – lacks the angst and passion.

      Just listened to Dan McC’s version again – he has it all right.

      Then Gabriela’s again – she’s one gorgeous woman, that’s for sure.

      In the third part of my long book, there’s a main character in white of course and she’s Gabriella, an angel for real – comes and goes, does this or that healing.

      Protagonist starts to fall in love with her, she smiles and says, ‘Yes, it has happened before. Your task is to attend to your lady now more than ever.’

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