Discussion in 'Random Nonsense' started by Daniel~, Mar 30, 2018.
Why choose when we can have it all ":O}
These two guys are something else. Just HAD to listen to them!
Used to know a guy who sang this very well. Envy him much?
Holy moly, these guys sing SO well!
Oh Janis, I think I'll miss her forever.
Thank you for finding this! It's a slice of paradise!
Moby Grape lived just down the street from my high school.
Definitely part of the "San Francisco Sound"
Those were the days and I was too stupid to know it.
This one left a mark on me.as one who was born to wander...
To wander is to journey with no goal in sight, to always be arriving at the point of departure.
"What ever may be attained by the wander, this much is certain,
the wanderer loses his home."
Just try to tell me this didn't put you into her basket of delights!
The Rosetta stone.
While many called it the devils music She showed the world that the devil has no music, music belongs to God.
Way back when...
I don't recall hearing anything older than "Blue Suede Shoes" as a kid. Seems like two years can make a world of difference in one's listening career.
Wasn't she simply the cat's meow? How much poorer we would be without her.
I've seen the name but had no idea that Sam Phillips was such an important pioneer of the music biz. Thank you very, very much for posting this!!
I have had a history pf near misses with this song, I kept coming in the middle or at the end never catching the whole thing, For me, it asks a heart breaking question for which there may not be an answer.
"Why can't we be like story book children walking hand in hand across the medows?"
Home sick and lonely this one wanders though my past.
The best state song in our country. A song so beautiful even Racist Georgia embraced it and wanted it for it's own.
Let's watch the blind boys and see what they can show us.
Teresa Brewer's "How much is that doggy in the window?
Is as far back As I can remember a current radio song being played.
Should be an interesting mix..yes?
Separate names with a comma.