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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Jessica by allman brothers, theme music from top gear
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here Author: H.raza
Posted: Jul 27 2003 - 07:23 PM
Subject: Jessica by allman brothers, theme music from top gear
Hi everyone, it would be nice if anyone of you could offer your expert advice on how I can listen to this old tune before ordering for a full cassette. I have a windows 98 system but have never been able to use it for listening to music. The instrumental number titled JESSICA used to be part of BBC TOP GEAR's theme music in the eighties while Allman Brothers played it well before 1979. Best wishes to all. It sure does get mighty difficult to stay with the times esp. after one is leading a retired life & looks for some leisure on the old computer if still possible for free. KIND REGARDS.RAZHUM. essex.UK
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