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  1. katry Says:

    The Phantom Empire, Gene Autry quote

  2. minicapt Says:

    “When you push my buttons, I want to pull your finger.”

    Cheers

  3. Spaceman Says:

    semi-oldie

  4. GnuFool Says:

    Wednsday need I say more

  5. GnuFool Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      I don’t know this song. Somehow I must have missed it. Good sound with great voices.

      • im6 Says:

        I was never a big fan of ELP, but ‘Lucky Man’ was quite good. However, they did one song I consider one of my all-time favorites. I hope you and anyone else who ventures by will enjoy it as well. “From The Beginning” — one of those songs that conjures up The 70s like few others. (Listening to it again now, I’d forgotten just how much I like it — even without any herbal assistance!)

      • katry Says:

        im6,
        I didn’t know this song either. I figure somehow I just skipped over ELP. That is strange. I always had the radio going then. I knew all the hits or I thought I did.

        Thanks for this. I would not have known of its existence.

  6. GnuFool Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      This is another from the far reaches of my memory. I haven’t heard it in forever. I was always amazed by their name sp different from the usual.

    • im6 Says:

      Another stellar selection, Gnu. I’ve written here before about what a fan I am of this album. Another one of those that transports me back to campus and a much simpler time. Gorgeous. Just gorgeous.

  7. GnuFool Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      I still remember all the verses of this song. This must be Woodstock. Where are the Fish?

    • im6 Says:

      I guess this song means a great deal to most members of my generation. But I’m most grateful to this song for introducing me to the “I Feel Like I’m Fixin’ To Die” album because it’s there I discovered this beautiful, haunting, heartbreaking song:

      • katry Says:

        im6,
        I didn’t remember this song at all. If you had played it without identifying the singer, I’m not so sure I’d know it was Country Joe. It is different than I expected-it is lovely in its own way.

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  10. GnuFool Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      I hated that Buffalo Springfield was around for such a short time. They had such great music and how could you not like a band with Neil Young and Stephen Stills.

      When you follow the music trees of many of the 60’s singers, I am amazed at how many groups a singer/musician might have been a part of.

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    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      They have such a great sound with the variety of instruments. I always liked Chicago.

    • im6 Says:

      Album 1 (CTA) and Album 2 (Chicago) just knock me out. The next 35 or so albums, not so much. Surprisingly, I still like “Does Anybody Know What Time It Is” and “25 or 6 to 4” even though they remind me of Basic Training.

      • katry Says:

        im6,
        I have always been a Chicago fan even for their lesser albums. They appear here often enough but I had forgotten about Does Anybody Know What Time It Is. I like it as well, always have.

  13. GnuFool Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      Dick Clark is so young but then he always looked young. The Polish prince had such a career with so many hit songs.This is a great choice!


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