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  1. Why yes, from the plein-air School of kinetic Neorealism
  2. Sorry Spenca. If it is "incomprehensible" we're not going to "figure it out".
  3. But Pat Benatar has another song named Heartbreaker. No Doo Doo.
  4. The Stone's song is actually named Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) I know that because years ago when the radio station played "The Rolling Stones A to Z", I wanted to record the song, but Doo Doo... took me by surprise (D instead of H). I didn't have the tape set up, and I missed out.
  5. Well RW90125, I'd love to turn_ you_ on but "exactly" is pretty hard to get to anytime, especially with something as metaphysical as song lyrics and you know words sometimes have two meanings I mean like, "what exactly" is Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon about? "supposed" by whom?, SpencaMyMan Can your sources lay some cards on the table? Different interpretations are always interesting to test.
  6. How Do You Sleep? John Lennon's cold shot at Paul McCartney.
  7. Multiple Grammy winner and Blues champion Bonnie Raitt is the daughter of the Broadway Musical star John Raitt (now 87 years old). Bonnie's brother David Raitt has played with various groups in Northern California (I remember the "Third Raitt Band"). Another brother, Steve Raitt, did vocals on some of Bonnie's albums and with smooth jazz artist Paul "St. Paul" Peterson* (and maybe some engineering and production? Can't find much information). *Interestingly, Paul Peterson himself is part of "Minnesota's First Family of Music" including his mother Jeanne Arland Peterson and sibl
  8. How Do You Sleep? John Lennon's cold shot at Paul McCartney.
  9. Just like Ronnie sang 'Be my little Baby' Take Me Home Tonight by Eddie Money not only refers to Ronnie Spector of The Ronettes (and the song Be My Baby) but Ronnie actually sings her part. Check these Songfacts (<)
  10. The albums are "Escape" by Journey and "Out Of The Blue" by ELO
  11. During my lunch hour, I heard Green Grass And High Tides by The Outlaws. I was not aware of this Southern Rock group or this song during their original heyday. It wasn't until they became "Classic Rock" radio that this started to turn up from time to time locally. Anyway, there is a definite "Country" feel in the music and vocals. I know I've heard another song by The Outlaws, but the title doesn't come to mind right now.
  12. Black Water Rockin' Down The Highway - Doobie Brothers Into The Mystic Tupelo Honey And It Stoned Me - Van Morrison All Day Music - War Late In The Evening Mother and Child Reunion Loves Me Like A Rock - Paul Simon Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing - Stevie Wonder Take The Long Way Home Give A Little Bit - Supertramp
  13. I'm amazed how loaded the Fab Four look in this photo from the single jacket.
  14. This is something I added to the Funniest Songs thread a couple months back. The Ballad Of The Kingsmen recounts the panic over Louie Louie.
  15. Are you kidding? It's My Life We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Don't Bring Me Down
  16. When I was in high school (1963-1967), Rock and Roll didn't have much history yet. But I did get to experience first-hand the breakthrough of the Beatles and the British Invasion through the Summer of Love psychedelia. I just found out Bo Diddley is appearing locally (just up the road a piece) a week from Friday. It is good to know he is still out playing around the country at age 75. Soon as three o'clock rolls around You finally lay your burden down Close up your books, get out of your seat Down the halls and into the street Up to the corner and round the bend Right to the
  17. Led Zeppelin Jethro Tull Fraternity of Man August 1, 1969 Earl Warren Showgrounds Santa Barbara, CA artist: Frank Bettencourt
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