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Classic Rock Almanac August 6, 2015

TRIVIA

Today’s Question: Grateful Dead entered Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco to record their American Beauty album 45 years ago today (October 6th, 1970). 353 more words

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Happy 100th Les Paul: 5 Classic Albums with a Les Paul on the Cover

The Gibson Les Paul is a guitar that has never gone out of style in the six-plus decades that it’s been on the market. Great for both rhythm and lead playing, the instrument has become synonymous with a crunchy, badass rock sound. 259 more words

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My love..

My husband Tim has been a godsend through this whole experience of being sick. I can’t imagine going through this alone and I feel very fortunate that he was placed in my life. 502 more words

#faith

The Daily Cut: Eric Clapton "I Shot the Sheriff"

Eric Clapton: “I Shot the Sheriff”

ALBUM:  461 Ocean Boulevard

YEAR:  1974

WRITER:  Bob Marley

Topped the Billboard Hot 100.

In his long career, Eric Clapton has only had one song top the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, his version of Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff.” Clapton credits his rhythm guitarist at the time with turning him on to the reggae great.  58 more words

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Lyrics for 'Smile Jamaica' by Bob Marley

NO LYRIC VIDEO AVAILABLE. TEXT LYRICS BELOW.

Feeling out, feeling down:
This feeling wouldn’t leave me alone.
Then up came-a one that said (hey, Dread): 245 more words

Reggae

Lyrics for 'Hypocrites' by Bob Marley

NO LYRIC VIDEO AVAILABLE. TEXT LYRICS BELOW.

Dip for diplomatic;
‘Yp for hypocratic;
Dry for dry-land tourist;
Tup for Topper Norris!
See de ‘ypocrites, dem a-galang deh! 159 more words

Reggae

Lyrics for 'Revolution' by Bob Marley

Revelation reveals the truth – revelation.
(revolution, revolution, revolution – oooo-doo-doo-doo-doo)
(revolution – oooo-doo-doo-doo-doo)

It takes a revolution (revolution) to make a solution;
(doo-doo-doo-doo)
Too much confusion (aaa-aaah), so much frustration, eh! 231 more words

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