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It’s a Beautiful Day & White Bird

From It’s a Beautiful Day (1969).

Occassionally, the wdydfae revue goes through stretches where the 60s get upset at all the attention wdydfae has been giving the 70s. And then the 60s push back. Hard. That seems to what’s going on now. David LaFlamme (violin, lead vocals), Linda LaFlamme (keyboards), Hal Wagenet (guitar), Mitchell Holman (bass), Val Fuentes (drums), Pattie Santos (percussion, backing vocals). There’s a great instrumental segment from 3:23.


2 responses to “It’s a Beautiful Day & White Bird

  1. Always liked this song a lot.

    Heard this version?

    • wdydfae

      I had not heard that. Good live energy! That whole album first album holds up a lot better than I expected.

      I was trying to track down another song of theirs for you just now and I re-encountered their second album, Marrying Maiden, which is even better:

      Not many bands have figured out how to get a violin to rock out.

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