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    Just to follow up, currently listinering to Foghat and Funkadelic. Just want to make love to you and Maggot Brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cybotron r_9 View Post
    makes me want to orgasm watching this

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    yep ! I saw them in oakland in 77,amazing band back then,great times for sure.
    I saw so many really great shows in the 70's,nor cal(bay area) was the mecca for rock.
    I was stoned out of my mind for many of them,it was what we did.


    thanks for that video btw
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    Chuck Berry: St. Louis to Liverpool [Gold CD]

    If your a Berry fan & who isn't, this is the one to have. Excellent sound & some unfamiliar tunes.

    http://www.musicdirect.com/product/81278 (Little Write Up)

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    After years of keeping track of my CDs in a binder i finally came across a program called CATraxx which suits my needs to a T.

    I have been going through my CD collection and cataloging them & whilst doing so have found some misfiled CDs and become reacquainted with some forgotten ones as well.

    One such is Harry Chapin's "The Gold Medal Collection"

    This is simply a wonderful collection of his work. He was a noted humanitarian and a fantastic story teller who left us too soon. By coincidence his passing was 30 years ago, which i hadn't realized as being so long ago. I remember how shocked & saddened the world was to hear of this tragic accident.

    It is a 2 CD set containing 32 wonderful songs. Hope you find it as pleasurable as i do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    yep ! I saw them in oakland in 77,amazing band back then,great times for sure.
    I saw so many really great shows in the 70's,nor cal(bay area) was the mecca for rock.
    I was stoned out of my mind for many of them,it was what we did.


    thanks for that video btw
    Dan what sucks is, we were in line to buy tickets to their concert when the news came down that John Bonham had died and the tour was canceled. Talk about being blown away................

    There was this girl I was so in love with. Wish to God I could have made her my wife. Anyhow, we used to sit around and listen to this for hours on end. She had all these pics of Where the Wild Things are, on her walls. She was one wild babe. Problem is, she was 14 and I was 18. I still wonder what has happened to her and her life. I know she got married and her husband was killed in a cycle acccident, but that's the last I ever heard from her.
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    Hangin' at the office this morning, belting out some Chris Rea via YouTube on the 'puter speakers while I catch up on some paperwork.

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    good song Stonedcat, I like scratchy voices, Chris Rea reminds me of a Rod Stewart/Al Stewart combination

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