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Rene Asologuitar

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Rene Asologuitar last won the day on December 29 2022

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  1. Angel is a song composed by Hawaiian Jack Johnson. This song was released in 2008, as part of his Sleep Through The Static album. This song is dedicated to all 'Angels" of our world. We are literally surrounded by beautiful and kind beings, true angels!!! Peace, love and hope to all!!! https://youtu.be/Oln7L18odY0
  2. Great guitar playing, and lovely singing! Wow, 1971 composition. I am so glad to hear this recording. Very well done!
  3. "You've Got to Be Carefully Taught" is a show tune from the 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific. South Pacific received scrutiny for its commentary regarding relationships between different races and ethnic groups. In particular, "You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught" was subject to widespread criticism, judged by some to be too controversial or downright inappropriate for the musical stage. Sung by the character Lieutenant Cable, the song is preceded by a line saying racism is "not born in you! It happens after you’re born..." This version is from James Taylor's latest album American Standards. https://youtu.be/HlwvpuDYM2Y
  4. Great recording. I love the tone of your guitar, and your vocals is so nice, a true storyteller! I love this production.
  5. "Run To Me" by the Bee Gees. Released in 12 April 1972. If ever you got rain in your heart Someone has hurt you, and torn you apart Am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me And let it be like they said it would be Me loving you girl, and you loving me Am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me Run to me whenever you're lonely (To love me) Run to me if you need a shoulder Now and then, you need someone older So darling, you run to me And when you're out in the cold No one beside you And no one to hold Am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me And when you've got nothing to lose Nothing to pay for, nothing to choose Am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me Run to me whenever you're lonely Run to me if you need a shoulder Now and then you need someone older So darling, you run to me Run to me whenever you're lonely Run to me if you need a shoulder Now and then you need someone older So darling, you run to me Run to me whenever you're lonely Songwriters: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb https://youtu.be/-la6RNjMY_g
  6. This is a collab project with Adi aka "the dead soul". Collab work with Adiatma Siregar. Adi from KVR added all instrumentation, and mixed with original acoustic guitar and vocals from Rene and Clarissa. Thank you for this superb collab Adi!!! Enjoy! Feedback is much appreciated. Thank you https://youtu.be/zl0qs06WCz0
  7. Hi DM, Love this song. This classic is a personal fav, and your version is so nice! Thanks for this. Rene
  8. Very nice song, and your vocals is shining on this song. Your guitar tone is lovely, perfect for this tune!!! Thanks for this beauty!
  9. "Ohio" is a protest song and counterculture anthem written and composed by Neil Young in reaction to the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970, and performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. It was released as a single, backed with Stephen Stills's "Find the Cost of Freedom”. Young wrote the lyrics to "Ohio" after seeing the photos of the incident in Life Magazine. To all our social justice fighters. May you have the strength, the stamina, and the charity to understand and love others, even in the midst of chaos and evil!!! Love, peace, and joy to all peoples!!! Feedback is much appreciated. Thank you. https://youtu.be/iwJ-1HANQUk
  10. "Lonely People" is a song written by the husband-and-wife team of Dan Peek and Catherine Peek and recorded by America in 1974. "Lonely People" was written within a few weeks of Dan Peek's 1973 marriage to Catherine Maberry: Peek- "I always felt like a melancholy, lonely person. And now [upon getting married] I felt like I’d won." The lyrics of "Lonely People" advise "all the lonely people": "Don't give up until you drink from the silver cup", a metaphor which Dan Peek thus explains: "It's possible to drink from another's well of experience...and be refreshed. Happy Valentine's Day to all lovers. As Dan felt, marriage is a seal of everlasting love, which is strengthened by the blessings and assistance of family and friends. Feedback is much appreciated. Thank you. https://youtu.be/hdAbwtLkKjU
  11. "A Horse with No Name" is a song by the folk rock band America, written by Dewey Bunnell. It was the band's first and most successful single, released in late 1971. Dewey Bunnell wanted to capture the sensation of the hot, dry desert, as he remembered his childhood travels through the Arizona and New Mexico desert when his family lived at Vandenberg Air Force Base. Bunnell has explained that "A Horse with No Name" was "a metaphor for a vehicle to get away from life's confusion into a quiet, peaceful place". ************************************************** *************** In the midst of life's confusion, the solace and joy of old friends and beautiful memories always transport people to a state of peaceful bliss!!! Feedback is much appreciated. Thank you. https://youtu.be/e-Xrl6E6KYo
  12. Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall, written by Paul Simon and released in 1965. Life does not last forever, and will eventually be worn down and wilt, just like flowers in the rainfall. Cherish life, and provide nourishment, while consistently weeding around diligently, and keeping the relationship between family and friends strong and alive!!! Peace and Love!!! Through the corridors of sleep Past shadows dark and deep My mind dances and leaps in confusion I don't know what is real I can't touch what I feel And I hide behind the shield of my illusion So I'll continue to continue to pretend My life will never end And flowers never bend With the rainfall The mirror on my wall Casts an image dark and small But I'm not sure at all it's my reflection I am blinded by the light Of God and truth and right And I wander in the night without direction No matter if you're born To play the King or pawn For the line is thinly drawn 'tween joy and sorrow So my fantasy Becomes reality And I must be what I must be and face tomorrow Feedback is much appreciated. Thank you!!!
  13. "The Heart of the Matter" is a song recorded by American rock singer Don Henley from his third solo studio album, The End of the Innocence (1989). Written by Henley, Mike Campbell, and J. D. Souther. This song is dedicated to all the lovers of our world, who, for some reason or another, lost the flame and the kindness of love!!!This song is also dedicated to all troubled peoples asking and searching for forgiveness, in their paths toward peace and contentment!!!And more importantly, this song is for all the people in our lives that has the ability to forgive. Choose to love, do forgive, for one's healthy propagation of good in mind and spirit!!!Feedback is much appreciated. Thank you.https://youtu.be/5daS4Q9MIns
  14. Beautiful guitar playing and singing. Your set-up is lovely, and the recording is well done. Very emotional vocals, I like it! Rene
  15. Hi DM, Great to hear about your close vicinity to Dan, and hopefully had some co-activities with him as well! Well, we can now simply honor him with our love for their songs, as we do!!! I simply love America!!! Thank you for your support!!! With love and respect, Rene
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