RickZ #575: How many know of a three-sided lp?
You know those original "floppy disks," magazine inserts you could play on your record player?
When I see the house pictured at the top of the post, I hear the theme music for Leave It to Beaver.
That was a delightful, uplifting performance. Just watched it a 2nd time with Milady. Got sniffly in here.
Robert Gibbs should've joined his uncles in the music business....
(Oooo it's a holiday...)
My 2¢ on the suppositional scenario...
The Blind Faith album I had was the substitute, and the Beatles album (whichever) I got was not the chopped-up baby dolls cover.
I didn't mean to kill the thread with my singing...!
Chupacabra #180: ...That was a weird time where jailbait was perfectly okay in rock...
Young girl, get outta my mind
My love for you is 'way outta line...
grammie winger: ...March 11, 1970, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young released their first LP "Deja vu"....
(Haven't read all comments. Forgive any redundancy.)
For my own listening ease, I've been putting these into a playlist.
A politically incorrect and culturally inappropriate Christmas show - pop song parodies and original tunes sure to put coal in my stocking.
The post was rich... and fruity!
(Bonus +50 points if you get the Procol Harum reference)
A couple of songs that have been covered before, a couple of skits that haven't. Something to keep the playlist warm until the Christmas show. Or something.
Woah, a really old Peanuts cartoon. Nice find, Pete. (A friend's family had reprint books of all the early Peanuts cartoons, which I devoured hungrily. Back when Snoopy still acted like a dog!)
A spiritually oriented medley in electric and acoustic versions.
The War was over as soon as it had Begun
Four new recordings of original songs, of lost love, hard times, faith, insecurity, and spiritual regeneration. Plus a touch of humor.
Six more original songs of love, faith, fear, and fun
Our 15 years in Chicago was the days of our early family creation, so we didn't get out as much as we thought we would when we first moved there, but we did get to enjoy some of its amenities.
I warned you I might be back. Took a long time to catch up on some 300 comments, but I did it. But, now it's time to check out.
antisocial justice beatnik: Jane was on earlier and she's okay.
Good to know. Thanks.
Great. I spent the afternoon listening to songs from last night's ONT. And blues posted by Pistol Pete. Now, tonight I get a bucket of earworms of worst songs ever.
Worst song may depend on context.
That summer that they kept playing Jose Feliciano's "Light My Fire" and all you wanted was the Doors - the long version that never got played again.
BTW, For those who didn't get enough YouTubes in last night's music fest, today, Pistol Pete at Polination linked to several blues classics.
* Replying to Various Part 3 *
My first piano was a tinny upright for $100 from a junk store. I miss that thing. It had the honky-tonk sound my silly songs deserved.
You'll Be Older, Too - Birthdays, Art, faith, love, and online discussions. Bonus tracks with Sarah Smith and Majic Clark
Speaking of mangled music...
It's awful... but we had fun.
Zombie: ..."his" probably started life as "him's" way back when, and evolved to be a "new" word once it got slur-shortened.
Speaking of not downloading videos and missing half the fun on the ONT...
You know, I wasn't going to mention it, but exhaustion and the rum have overwhelmed my good judgment...