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Found! Cold Blood's Sisyphus: Plus Compare the LP and CD!

Growing up in the 1960s and 70s, I didn’t know much about jazz. By the late 60s, there were bands on the Top 40 AM radio airwaves combining jazz, rock and rhythm & blues. 1,250 more words


More on Hippie Christians

While I’ve never been much of a Christian, and in fact spent a good number of years being definitively not Christian, I have been a closeted Christian rock fan for a long time. 229 more words


One Heartbeat Just To See Her

It’s been over two years now since I saw Smokey’s modern day group, Human Nature with my mom and aunt. It was such a blast! I did look it up and Human Nature is still performing so if you get a chance, check them out! 45 more words

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Album Review: Gentle Giant - Octopus ★★★★.5


Gentle Giant’s “Octopus” is a four and a half star motel room.


Sly & The Family Stone

Sly and the Family Stone was a band from San Francisco. Active from 1967 to 1983, the band was pivotal in the development of soul, funk, and psychedelic music. 242 more words

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Mr Numan

Today’s offering from “Tunes I Love” is, of course, delving back into the late 70s, my primary point on life’s timeline when it comes to my musical tastes… as any regular blog-watchers will have no doubt gathered by now. 113 more words


Smile For My Girl

With so many huge stars these days barely making it through high school (yes, I know there are tutors but many a pop star has mentioned regretting not getting a better education), it’s kind of interesting and inspiring to see that all members of Sister Sledge have degrees. 115 more words

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