Jim Photoglo knew he was onto something good when he played a bouncy melody for fellow songwriter Wendy Waldman. And he really, really didn't want to turn it into a song about fishing. Back in the early days, we'd all get together, and Wendy and I would cook.
CT Feb. There was just an article that came out in Billboard Magazine, about how 27 years later, this song is still getting so much radio play, that if it was considered a current single, it would be No.
So it's been an enormous blessing. One morning I woke up and I turned on my tape recorder, sat up and played these two pieces of music.
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We all had these tiny apartments. Actually Josh and Wendy and I all lived in the same place over on 10th Avenue...
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Check out this story on Tennessean. He heard the song at a party one night. CT March 3, 2015. I was experimenting with this one particular chording on the guitar that only played the first and fifth tones of the chord, so you could sing either a major or a minor over it.