The Roches - Love Radiates Around - McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ 4-14-90 video free download


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The Roches performing Love Radiates Around at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ on April 14th, 1990. This is a Mark Johnson song.

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3 years ago

Terrell Robinson

Wonderful group. Spectacular harmonics. This is my second favorite by them after "Weeded Out". The only female harmonic group (to me ..which is , of course, opinion) that is superior to them are the "Chordettes".

3 years ago

dreamyblue44

I was privileged to see them live on this tour, fantastic concert and a very happy memory :)

3 years ago

Tristan Jemsek

The Everly Brothers weren't actually brothers

4 years ago

Mason Lloyd

If you only knew the true power of GOD

4 years ago

Mason Lloyd

I died, and I saw the holy spirit, this song helped me in my search in what I was looking for.

4 years ago

Mason Lloyd

This song was written by God, God loves music, and GOD found an angel to sing it.

4 years ago

Mason Lloyd

This song was written by God, God loves music, and GOD found an angel to sing it.

4 years ago

douell0001

Great song. Mark's version with guitar and multi-layered vocals is transcendant.

5 years ago

Peter G. Donald

another great mark johnson song

5 years ago

just1again

When I saw the Roches sing this Suzzy said she was singing it for her daughter.

5 years ago

just1again

When I saw the Roches sing this Suzzy said she was singing it for her daughter.

5 years ago

just1again

SO perfectly gprgeous.

6 years ago

Pamela Drake

3 of the most beautiful voices ANYWHERE EVER singing one of the most beautiful songs EVER. Thank you Mark Johnson.

6 years ago

PhysicsForTheFuture

Sibling Harmony! I can't prove this, but I think the purity of Roches harmony comes in part from being in possession of shared vocal traits. All the overtones line up. Everly Brothers, Beach Boys...

7 years ago

PhysicsForTheFuture

Transcendent!

7 years ago

steveasat2

I would SO love to hear an acoustic version of this song. I adore the original of course, but I really wonder what it'd sound like with a live drummer.

7 years ago

Pamela Drake

An absolutely gorgeous rendition of a gorgeous song by an amazing pop songwriter, Mark Johnson. The sound and mix remind me of Enya and the arrangement is splendid. Thanks for posting.

8 years ago

Orientie

One of the most beautiful song in the universe! No need to say how much i love it :D ...Written by Mark Johnson(guess that's why they sing "she", plus the pronunciations of "she" and "her" go with the melody better in this case), born almost perfectly in the album Another World (love it), 1st track. Although the charm is much harder to show when it's performed live than in the studio, and on a simple stage, this video still gets me. REALLY REALLY thank you for posting this!!!

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