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Lee Oskar — Sunshine Keri
Album: Lee Oskar
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6.2

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Released: 1976
Length: 3:54
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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Reminds me of the War "Galaxy" album
Totally. Listening I was moved to ask for War, Steppenwolf and I drift on, glad to have connected with this one.
He really was an essential part of the band, War!
This is groovy.
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 2Hawks wrote:
Hmm. I think we need to put the proper album art with the artist. Suzanne Vega he is not.
 

Fixed.
reminds me of Sanford & Son's theme song with a relaxing version here.  Nice tune!
 pcc wrote:
Still shows wrong album art...
 
Suzanne Vega - soooo wrong!
Hmm. I think we need to put the proper album art with the artist. Suzanne Vega he is not.
Still shows wrong album art...
Cool tune; I always liked his work with War, but the album art shows a Suzanne Vega album.
Really dusting off an older tune. Wish they could play some of these from the deep rotation more often. 
 zjustme wrote:
Nice tune, makes me wish I were on the beach.  Would go well with some of my other favorite beach songs.
 
I was JUST thinking the same thing!  Toes in the sand, margarita in my hand, a cabana-boy with a palm frond fanning me... Wow. Maybe I DO like my new muse... {#Roflol}
Nice tune, makes me wish I were on the beach.  Would go well with some of my other favorite beach songs.
Love the cha cha cha . . . this has got me chair-dancin'!  Perez Prado next?
This sounds like a very funny elevator song. On my way to the 30th floor of some building, hearing this would make me smile whistle along... {#Whistle}
But for RP, hmmmmm.... {#Think}

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Nice tune, I thought it sounded like War, then I wikied the name, and see that he was the soloist for War. Of course! Had no idea he was such an influential musician.
Lee is from War I believe. Saw him with Galactic on Jamcruise 8.
I think they played this at Gitmo.
First! Sounds good. . . never heard Lee before but it is an 8 right out of the box for me. . . a buttery laid back groove for a day in the sun. 

Ha! and allmusic.com says he was a founder member of War. . . which is where the latin drums come from. . . it all starts to make sense now.

Nice.