Air Supply

FYI: Lost in Love, All Out of Love and Every Woman In the World are, in fact, different songs. I discovered this by observing a little pause between the songs when I play “The best of Air Supply: Ones that you love” in rhapsody.

Has anyone replicated the syth-orchestra with, you know, an actual orchestra? That would be totally rad.

3 thoughts on “Air Supply”

  1. Wow! I was just saying how there’s too little ’70s soft rock on economics blogs! Wow!

    Don’t let Radek see this or he’ll bully you!

  2. I discovered this by observing a little pause between the songs when I play

    —“when I play” implies that you do it often. Doesn’t explicitly say, but implies that you do.

    “The best of Air Supply: Ones that you love” in rhapsody.

    — Clearly you put on the album “Ones that you love” because, um, you love them.

    Has anyone replicated the syth-orchestra with, you know, an actual orchestra? That would be totally rad.

    — You should do this. Then ‘web’ or ‘CD’ it. You can be the guy that redid the Air Supply songs.

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