Post in 'The Inglenook' started by BrotherBart, May 16, 2013.
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Ugh. I just looked at the top 100 list from 1999. What a disaster...a low point in music history, really. This is the ONLY, ONLY song I would voluntarily listen to again.
I can't tell you how glad I was to have that college admission approval letter in my hand
I had a hard time picking one. Quite the music year was 1966.
Yeah. I had trouble with that same list.
Was gonna work a couple of years before college. Whoops! Finally walked into a classroom in 1975.
Yeah, my II-S student deferment took me off the radar...until I dropped out in 1969. But by the time the SSS figured it out & sent me a letter to go get a physical, I'd already signed with another team. The first year of the lottery my # was like 36 But I was in Boot Camp .
I likes this tune, and I likes the tune they stole to make this tune too.1994
Don't remember my lottery number. It was way up there but didn't make much difference. I was home for Christmas on leave after 13 months in-country the month they did the lottery and headed back for the second tour.
Well, I'm glad you made it back home again.
"Stranger in the Night" - by Frankie? Too cool.
Delta - I always liked that song, but I pretty much like any song that introduces brass.
Pfffft. We had tender love songs in 1966 too.
Not a fan of songs with the word "groovy" in them.
Only some of us are "cool" enough to know how to use the term. (I was only 12 in '66)
In 1966 you could have been incarcerated for that attitude.
Or get hired on at the CIA. Dang hippies.
that whole album kicked a$$...
We had some decent music in 1991 when I graduated.....I was never a really big Pearl Jam fan, but I liked this and a couple other songs.......
Big Hair was on it's way out, and Grunge was on it's way in.........
'72, when I should have gradumatated. Extenuating circumstance.
Speaking of big hair...The best seduction of a car ever.
Was difficult to find 1960 on youtube but this is one I remember.
Wow, same year for me. That list brings back lots of memories. This one showed up later in my life. A good friend I met in 1988 was the recording engineer and played guitar on the 1966 recording.
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