I learned this song on the piano in the late 2000’s. For some reason my brain has it related to secondhand serenade, but I don’t think it’s any of their songs, just a song from a band with a similar vibe.
Here’s a link of me fumbling through what I remember on the piano:
EDIT: also, I know that this is the intro to the song!
Maybe someone has information, but not from the teachers of the piano? PianoWorld does not help ...
Edit: created a Spotify Playlist with all (almost) all your suggestions. It can be found hereSpotify List.
Seriously you guys made my day! Thank you for the awards as well.
I'm a not a native English speaker. I recently heard the song 'Piano Man' by Billy Joel. I instantly fell in love with the song. I don't know what it was about the song but it just struck a chord. What other similar songs do you recommend to someone who hasn't heard a lot of songs in English? .
Thanks a bunch, Adele. Now I can't get my followers their vinyl by Christmas. I'm sure all those copies of 30 that nobody wants on vinyl will make great artisan clocks and placemats when all the Cliff Richard and James Last records run out in the charity shops.
Edit - you guys are too nice - since you asked, here's my Spotify lol - mods i'll remove the link if it breaks the rules ❤️🍓
Could be about music, piano, or just life!
Not a good look for Griff Krause lol
> Throughout his rookie season, Williamson had grown increasingly frustrated with the Pelicans for the number of hoops they required him to jump through to return from the knee injury he suffered in the preseason. The team initially provided a return-to-play timetable of six to eight weeks, but it took more than three months for Williamson to get back on the floor. When he was finally given the thumbs up to play, he was placed on "burst" limits, which he detested. The way Williamson's return was handled caused significant tension between him and the team's medical staff, sources said. > > Williamson’s relationship with Griffin had also begun to sour. Although they communicate infrequently now, Griffin tried hard in Williamson’s rookie year to forge a bond. One example: During the Pelicans’ bubble stay, Griffin asked to meet with Williamson and played the piano for him. > > Williamson spent eight days outside the bubble. He played in only 15 minutes of the team's first game of the restart, a two-point loss to the Utah Jazz. The Pelicans entered with hopes of rallying for a playoff spot. Instead, they face-planted, going 2-6. > > Although some staffers have remained loyal to Griffin, others who spoke to The Times-Picayune said they feel there is a discrepancy between what Griffin sold and what he has delivered. > > The employees spoke on the condition of anonymity because they feared retribution. Griffin declined comment for this story, as did Williamson.
> When Griffin was named New Orleans’ executive vice president of basketball operations in April 2019, there was a swell of optimism. Griffin had helped guide the Cleveland Cavaliers to a championship three years earlier, and he was taking over an organization that was eager to turn the page on the Anthony Davis era. He brought in longtime NBA trainer Aaron Nelson to oversee the Pelicans’ medical staff. Nelson asked for numerous changes to the Pelicans' practice facility, which got green-lit, according to the team's official website.
> > Shortly into his tenure, Griffin gathered staffers inside a video room at the team’s practice facility and showed them a slideshow presentation. One of the slides was titled “Cultural Shift.” It included nine bullet points. The first one read, “Family." The second one read, “A
I drive a 14 year old alfa, everything is so simple, I switch the AC controls in literally 2 seconds, don't even need to look at it, even have radio buttons on my steering wheel. Never ever did I think to myself that I need touch screens or capacitive bullshit buttons. Only thing I would want is android auto to play music after work, but that's it. Why did the car industry move into this big screens shit ? Was it all just because it's cheaper, and in the end it's always about profit ? I really don't get it.