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Storm raging in the Atlantic.

A live cover recorded in 1970 by the Twilights (my old band) of the hit song from the sixties, Storm Warning (original by the Volcanos). Back then this popular song was regularly played at dances in the Philly area. So enter into the Way Back Machine and hopefully enjoy...

Barry: lead vocal
Vince: guitar and backup vocal (some great guitar licks...)
Donny: bass
Jack: back up vocal
Reggie: back up vocal
Dave: drums
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Uploaded: Oct 07, 2016 - 09:45:32 PM
Last Updated: Jul 07, 2017 - 08:01:34 PM Last Played: Feb 12, 2018 - 08:36:03 PM
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Philip18 said 588 days ago (October 10th, 2016)
Storm Warning
Certainly has the sound of the times! Entertaining.
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Dadai.2 said 587 days ago (October 10th, 2016)
The times....
Indeed, just to listen to this is to put it in the sixties era. Thanks, Philip, for stopping in...
Cheers
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Dean-Resonator said 587 days ago (October 11th, 2016)
Storm Warning
Cracking good fun. Hope you enjoyed recording it as much as I enjoyed listening to it.
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Dadai.2 said 586 days ago (October 11th, 2016)
I did...
But now all these years later I think I enjoy listening to it even more... Thanks, Dean!
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davisamerica2 said 586 days ago (October 11th, 2016)
Storm Warning
I just had a flashback of me on roller skates. Made my butt hurt! Cool! Real cool, and can I add "groovy?"
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Dadai.2 said 586 days ago (October 11th, 2016)
flashbacks...
The Management takes no responsibility for pain incurred during flashbacks. That said, we love your comment!
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Outtaorbit said 586 days ago (October 11th, 2016)
Wow
The Dixie Cups...very cool
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Dadai.2 said 585 days ago (October 12th, 2016)
Dixie Cups! lol...
Thanks for chiming in, Patrick. Now it's off to the chapel of love... ;-)
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PeterB7858 said 586 days ago (October 12th, 2016)
Storm Warning
Was that you singing those high harmonies, Jack? :-) Brilliant. It is interesting how the lo-fi sound is so intrinsic to the feel and memories associated with songs of this era. Great stuff. Thanks.
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Dadai.2 said 585 days ago (October 12th, 2016)
High harmonies...
Here and there yes. Several of us sang the high parts, including Barry who did double duty as both the lead and back up vocalist. What a band - great experience and great memories. Thanks, Peter, for stopping in!
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Vic Holman said 581 days ago (October 16th, 2016)
a moment in time
snappy tune. the band sure is tight. great that you where able to capture the performance
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