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Glen in Canada
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My favourite Charlie song
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I think if I had to pick my favourite Charlie song it would have to be Don’t Look Back, absolutely love this song, the guitar work and the feel of the song just really touches me....



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Anonymous
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Hi Glen!

I'm only 22, but I was introduced to Charlie by my father about ten years ago. He found the Lines album when he was a young teenager (I think hose album covers must have been half the reason they sold themsmile). It was the only album of theirs that he had... I liked the album so much I decided to see if they made any others over the years. To our surprise there was quite a lot of good music to enjoy. My favorite song still happens to be No Strangers in Paradise from the Lines album, even after hearing everything else.

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Peter Ryder
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I don't have a 'favourite' as such, but after playing through my Charlie collection, the one track that I end up humming throughout the day seems to be 'Pressure Point'.

After my daughters wedding I created a private YouTube clip of the day (videos and photos) to track ' Spending my life with you' - a very apt track in my opinion.

When I show the clip to friends (don't know who Charlie is), they all say what a lovely tune and lyrics.

If there is one Charlie track that never really rocked my boat, it's First Class Traveller (personal taste I suppose!!!!)

 



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Jim Birmingham UK
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I always liked "Just One More Smiling Face" and "Thirteen" from No Second Chance.

But there are that many great songs too choose from.

First heard Charlie in 1977 when Radio 1 played "No Second Chance" and Don't Look Back". I was hooked!



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Doozle
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i don't have a specific favorite song however I do think both "No second chance" & "Lines" are absolutely stellar. Both are so good that you can listen to the both of them straight through without having to fast forward past one song. Truthfully all their musical output is very good its just that I grew up listening to those two albums (CD's) the most so I have a stronger connection to them!



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Anonymous
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I am learning guitar and jam along with several songs; Abandon Ship, Call Me Dave, LA Dreamer, Johnny Hold Back.  I am blessed with an instructor who can nail the chord structure in just a couple listens to the songs, and my play list is increasing every day...when I eventually find a song we can’t figure out I will ask Terry for some hints...Kitchens of Distinction kinda fits in this category at present...

 



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