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Mohe laagi re julmi umariya

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Yearwise Breakup Of Songs

Fifty Year Friday: Joni Mitchell; Song to a Seagull

Working in coffee houses and folk clubs, first in Toronto and then in the states, Roberta Joan Anderson, or simply Joni Anderson, and then later Joni Mitchell (taking her new surname as a result of a brief marriage from 1965-1967 to a Michigan folk-singer) begin getting attention for her song writing skills as more established artists with recording contracts begin to cover her songs.  413 more words

Fifty Year Friday

March 23 in San Antonio history...

The weekly San Antonio Herald, which began publication on April 3, 1855, changes to a daily edition with this issue.  The Herald was one of the first papers to suggest  149 more words


Awesome Growth

I have been on 7 planes in the last three weeks. One of the planes was headed to Florida. It’s spring break time (actually, I was headed there for spring break to meet up with my family) so there were several college students headed south to catch some sun and a break. 309 more words

Rocks In The Attic #674: Wilson Pickett - ‘The Midnight Mover’ (1968)

Aside from Mustang Sally, In The Midnight Hour or The Land Of 1,000 Dances, Wilson Pickett doesn’t get half the credit he deserves. 146 more words


Wild In The Streets

This post can serve as a great example of the social media holes you can fall into when you’re bored.

Someone I follow was tweeting about re-visiting The Faculty. 942 more words