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Album: Metro Music
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5.2

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Total ratings: 54









Released: 0
Length: 3:45
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wouldn't want to hear it too often, but it's a nice thing to throw in every now and again.
Love the sentiment (pun intended). The song can go.
Obscure, and deservedly so...
passsion8 wrote:
Thank you, Thank you & again, Thank you !!!! As obscure as I can imagine. Recognized it from the first car crash notes. All my co-workers are going,"Martha & the Who??" I am once again simultaneously displaying my vast musical heritage and my age. This is THE place for tuneage on the web. Keep up the diversity!!
I can relate. The Muffins. How cool. Brings back fond memories of a girl with blue hair and a bar called Mustard's at Ohio State. She's probably a marine commando or a stockbroker by now.
Nice. Pulled from a dusty corner of the 80s that few have noticed before. Slight, but deserves a place to breathe.
Someone gave this song a 9??
Huh. Someone had the line "we're afraid to call it love; let's call it swimming" pop into their head, so they decided to make a song out of it? There really isn't much to this, is there? I mean, when you have less content than "Echo Beach" it really is a stretch. Give it a 3.
Thank you, Thank you & again, Thank you !!!! As obscure as I can imagine. Recognized it from the first car crash notes. All my co-workers are going,"Martha & the Who??" I am once again simultaneously displaying my vast musical heritage and my age. This is THE place for tuneage on the web. Keep up the diversity!!
...so much like Talking Heads...but better..... (Echo Beach just has to be a sad joke?...)
Always liked this one. M+M was one of the better little-known Canadian 80's bands with ties to Daniel Lanois.... :wink:
mperry wrote:
Echo Beach is the song that at least a few people would remember and one I would certainly like to hear in Paradise.
It gets played, on occasion... see here I like this one too...
mperry wrote:
Echo Beach is the song that at least a few people would remember and one I would certainly like to hear in Paradise.
I for two! And black station/white station (As M=M)
Echo Beach is the song that at least a few people would remember and one I would certainly like to hear in Paradise.