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  1. It's Christmas time in the mid-1970s, and The man/woman/significant other who has everything is a tough nut to crack. Fear not, "Techmoan," the "Dr. Who of YouTube" has The Answer! For nearly a Prince's ransom, you can make that person's tax time memorable with a CalcuPen! It Calculates! It Writes! It has an LED display! It even has somewhat-hard-to-find batteries! (This vlog even has "Techmoan Family" puppets!) Find one on eBay today!
  2. Looking around for a "Song Images" video, I looked for a duo with Henry Kapono. Cecilio Rodrigues and Henry Kapono rode a local popularity wave via radio and concerts in the 1970's, and this "night in Waikiki" video sorta fits.
  3. Enough with the "November gloom" songs, Let's Dance! By the way, "Redbone" is/was a substitute/neutral word for "half-breed/mixed race Indian." (I heard about it on a YouTube video, but skipped it so as not to subject interested parties to another/acoustic version of "Come And Get Your Love.) Here's a tale about "Come And Get Your Love" Pat Vegas of Redbone recalls his days with Lolly "You Keep Me Uptight" (Blues) "Down the rabbit hole" with Redbone How "Redbone" the band got it's name.
  4. It's been a hot, humid day, so I put on an "Al Stewart's Greatest Hits" YouTube playlist and read the newspaper. This was the final song, and yes, the tourists are usually headed elsewhere, so it (sorta) fits the cloudy, rainy late afternnon vibe. A tale that comes to mind when "Year of the Cat" is played...
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