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Music of my heart

Posted by Dani Capalbo  February 4, 2009 12:35 PM

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Come Valentine's Day, my high horse and I tend to stay in the shadows. Maybe it's because we know better than to get tangled up in the tentacles of corny cards and flowers, which, of course, are useless. Maybe it's because we're dark and mysterious. Or curmudgeonly. Anybody's guess.

But, let me tell you – that chilly exterior is hard to maintain when, say, this guy comes into the mix:

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[Daryl Hall: The man, the legend.]

And when we could be bringing down the house.

After apparently being debriefed on my Fantasy Crush roster and favorite songs ever, the fine folks at Coolidge Corner went and made Valentine's Day irresistible with Total Eclipse of the Heart: The '80s Love Song Sing-Along.

There will be Hall. There will be Oates. There will be Prince, too, and Pat Benatar, George Michael, Rick Springfield, his best friend's girl... you name it. For hours!

I can go for that.

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