LENS-ARTISTS CHALLENGE #208 – Summer Vibes

(Solaner leads.)

I like composing this in advance of the release by the host, without their specific purpose in mind. No preconceived notions or mimicking what other people do. I’m terrible at being creative, so I guess I need the practice!

SUMMER VIBES!

What says Summer Vibes more than music vibrations at outdoor concerts, with the Rockies in the background, listening to Eagles cover band The Long Run, playing that Joe Walsh tune Rocky Mountain Way, as The Eagles did after adopting Joe.

“Spent the last year
Rocky Mountain way
Couldn’t get much higher
Out to pasture
Think it’s safe to say
Time to open fire”
–Rocky Mountain Way by Joe Walsh

Joe Walsh became a member of The Eagles rock band, said band that I saw at The Gallery club in Aspen, CO in 1971, relatively unknown at the time, near the release of their first album, but I digress.

The Long Run, Eagles cover band.

FREEEEEE MUSIC!!!

If my YouTube link works, here is a taste: (If it’s a black box, refresh page. Let me know if it’s still a problem.)

(After starting video, click lower-right corner to go Full Screen. Mind your volume control, it could be loud!)

Stay well, stay safe, be weird and wonderful. Get some Summer Vibes. 

35 thoughts on “LENS-ARTISTS CHALLENGE #208 – Summer Vibes

  1. Thanks for the music and we just played a Joe Walsh song the other day and seeing (hearing) this today was right on time!
    Oh and we were walking in our city last night and they had a band / but it was $15 to get it and we were not staying long so we left – and it turned out my son knew the singer so that was cool

    Anyhow – live music does = summer vibes β˜€οΈβ˜€οΈπŸŽΆπŸŽΆ

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  2. That’s a nice venue for summer music. Let’s see how many songs are there written about summer?
    Summer Lovin’, Summer in the City, Hot Fun in the Summertime, Summer Breeze.
    OK, those are all I can think of that were popular in the summertime of my life. πŸ™‚

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