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    Default Re: The Best of Timothy B. Schmit Survivor

    Boy's Night Out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topkat View Post
    I do think they were trying to turn TBS into a "pop star" which is why I didn't follow his career at that time.
    I didn't follow TBS in the 80's either; the only way I know most of these songs is from playing previous Survivor games here. It is only from being a member of this board that I bought Expando. What a pleasant surprise it was from what he had made in the past! Expando, for the most part, is Timothy opening up and showing us what kind of artist he really is. When people do things that come naturally to them, they come across as much more real and honest.

    I once again cast my vote for Boy's Night Out.
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    And I dream I'm on vacation 'Cause I like the way that sounds,
    It's a perfect occupation for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyBFan View Post
    It's pretty enough but it just doesn't "get me" like most of his songs do.
    Willie - you made this statement speaking about In Roxy's Eyes. I feel exactly the same way about Something Sad. I know a lot of people here love it, but I just find it to be a little bland.

    So now, I think I'll vote for the same song that I did last round ...

    I cast my vote for Top of the Stairs.

    "People don't run out of dreams: People just run out of time ..."
    Glenn Frey 11/06/1948 - 01/18/2016

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    Wow, no one is with me about "Tell Me What You Dream"?

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    Nope, because they're all with me on BNO!
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    Not a chance, Soda! I think Tell Me What You Dream is beautiful. There are quite a few songs here that I think should go before that one.

    "People don't run out of dreams: People just run out of time ..."
    Glenn Frey 11/06/1948 - 01/18/2016

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    I don't know whether to say we're boring or consistent but I'm another one voting as I did in the last round.
    Make you feel my love gets my vote again.

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    Default Results for Round 2: There goes Boys Night Out

    The second song to be voted off the island in the Best of Timothy B. Schmit Song Survivor is Boys Night Out. “Boys Night Out,” you're going to have jump off the track. It's time for you to go. Please leave the island immediately. The remaining songs may return to camp.

    Votes
    Boys Night Out - 6
    Top of the Stairs - 3
    White Boy from Sacramento - 2
    Tell Me What You Dream - 1
    In Roxy's Eyes - 1
    Make You Feel My Love - 1


    Vote Breakdown
    Boys Night Out - Topkat
    Boys Night Out - Koala
    Boys Night Out - SallyGee
    Boys Night Out - timfan
    Boys Night Out - zeldabjr
    Boys Night Out - Prettymaid
    Top of the Stairs - Freypower
    Top of the Stairs - Brooke
    Top of the Stairs - Ive always been a dreamer
    White Boy from Sacramento - whitcap
    White Boy from Sacramento - Victim of Love
    Tell Me What You Dream - sodascouts
    In Roxy's Eyes - TimothyBFan
    Make You Feel My Love - UK TimFan


    Songs remaining:
    Don't Give Up
    Down By the River
    Every Song Is You
    Friday Night
    A Good Day
    In Roxy's Eyes
    Make You Feel My Love
    Parachute
    Secular Praise
    The Shadow
    Something Sad
    Tell Me What You Dream
    Top of the Stairs
    Was It Just the Moonlight
    White Boy from Sacramento


    Songs eliminated:
    So Much in Love 07/19
    Boys Night Out 07/21


    Voting for Round 3 begins now!

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    Well, now that Boys Night Out is gone, I'm not sure where this will be going next. I'm a little nervous about being the first vote.

    However, I'll go ahead and stick to my guns, even if I'm the only one!

    I cast my vote for Tell Me What You Dream.


    Time to cast off the last vestiges of Tim's weakest album, Playin' It Cool!

    Always in our hearts, Never forgotten

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    Default Re: The Best of Timothy B. Schmit Survivor

    I also want to speak up in defense of "Top of the Stairs." The way he has layered the backing tracks and harmonies is flawless, IMHO. I encourage everyone to give it another listen and appreciate the way he has created impeccable vocal alignment. It's completely acapella; the only instrument is his voice.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTMKDoXGoDU[/ame]

    Plus, those who appreciate Tim's charms can't fault the theme of the song.

    Always in our hearts, Never forgotten

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