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It is by NO means one of the featured, full-length songs.
It is but a snippet, background music snuck in during a ‘Pool House’ scene.
BUT, it was electric. Gave me GOOSE BUMPS as soon as I heard the opening chords.
OH! Cat Stevens!
Cat Stevens. Cat Stevens. Cat Stevens.
What a WASTE. What a SHAME.
I grew up, in London, at the same time as Donovan and The Cat. I got to see Donovan (seated next to his beloved (actual) Aunt), but, alas, never The Cat.
But, I was a DEVOTEE.
Thought he was God. I always so venerated him for his talents and looks. I so wished I had 1 billionth of his looks — so that I might pull one or two chicks.
What a SHAME. Why? Why? Why?
“The Wind” is from his 1971 album “Teaser and the Firecat“. I owned it as I did all of his albums up to the 1975 ‘Numbers’.
I wonder how many people watching “Sing” recognize the song. Know the name.
To me, this snippet, which was probably no more than 20-seconds was the HIGHLIGHT of what was a very good (and I plan to watch it again) movie.
Just wanted to share with you and give you a heads up.
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