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Joan Baez – Sad eyed lady of the lowlands


What a beautiful voice …
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How can this thread exist without Sylvia’s mother? Smile
Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show ~ “Sylvia’s Mother”

And the early Clash with one of their hit song.
The Clash – London Calling/ Train In The Vain

It seemed it was easier to live at that time!

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The story is rich in music. History knows kings, princes, geniuses, but even today – 50 years after his physical death, there is only one God of the guitar and his name is Jimi Hendrix.

The virtuoso left us on September 18, 1970, as if finding a way to escape from here (“There must be some kind of way outta here”, as he sings in “All Along The Watchtower”), but what he left behind was much, especially for a life that lasted only 27 years.

Jimi is one of the most prominent members of Club 27 – a “band” of great musicians and singers who left a huge mark on music, but died only at the age of 27. There, Jimmy is accompanied by Janice Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and others.

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AATW always make my hairs stand up.

Needless to say a couple of his albums are permanent residence in my car.

There is someone that made it past 27, but sadly not as far as i would have liked him to.

Needless to sat Texas flood and Couldn’t stand the weather are also permanent albums in my car.

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We also use our churches for more sane things.

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Thanks for sharing sparkyDK…
I have a lot of colleagues from Denmark and they never mentioned for this.
Cultural differences … Smile

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Same old same old, with a little spice for the ear and eye this time, and another venue.

Still good stuff though.

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Doctors are against K-19 and we respect their statements.
(Sorry if anyone is affected by the virus …).

Once again Dr Feelgood – Live At Southend Kursaal


and
Dr Hook and the Medisine Show ~ “When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman”

…where is the Mother …? who knows …

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Come on ! get your pink on.

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Thanks for good shoot Sparky…

I tried to find the Pink Panther theme that I was sure I had heard performed by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band also many years ago. No good result for now. I probably missed something then. Sad

The Pink Panther by Henri Mancini – The Folsom Lake Symphony

Africa (Toto) – Oberstufenchor Cusanus Gymnasium


I would also like to be in this high school class…
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RIP Eddie Crying

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Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that. George Carlin

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That’s a gem for sure.

Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that. George Carlin

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Years ago (about 30) the first Bulgarian computer viruses were created. I was a young IT man then.
Two of them (viruses) I will not forget: 666 (The Number of the Beast) and Dark Avenger (and here).
Inspired by Iron Maiden and Manowar songs.

Most of their names were borrowed from the heavy metal culture of that time. This was written by the alleged author of 666 and gives a deeper idea of the first computer viruses in Bulgaria.

Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast

Manowar – Dark Avenger

The alleged author still works near my home. Smile

At that time, my company had two VAX mainframes with their own water supply for cooling. And Novell, of course …

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Thanks SparkyDK for Kraftwerk’s song.

and The Robots are in my hall of fame. Thumbs Up
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I had most of the iron maiden records in my collection, also saw them on the monsters of rock tour along with other big bands.
My last concert was Ozzy Osbourne in Copenhagen way back in the late 80ties.

I listened to a classic with Frank Zappa yesterday, or rather 2 of them, bobby brown and dont eat the yellow snow.

I regret i never saw a Jean Michel Jarre concert back in the old days, but back then i was stupid and much locked into heavy rock only

We also covered quite a few iron maiden tracks when we jammed our asses off in the youth centers music room, i have lost many many liters of sweat behind the drums there.

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An invigorating song by Cars. To start of the day…
At least for us it was like that.

The Cars-“Hello Again” (Live) (1985)

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Okay seem like i am not exotic enough here, so allow me to drop a savage rose in your ears.

This Danish band as i recall have been putting out records before i was born in 1966, and they turned down a major US record deal as that would have meant they would have been sent to Vietnam to entertain the troops.
And Savage rose do not play wars.

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Hi Sparky,

Really thanks a lot for your presence on this topic.

I apologize if I’m not responsive enough, but as you can see the topic is coming to an end due to lack of interest …

Thank you for the performances you have shown, especially from Denmark. I learned something new …

Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin – Je t’aime… moi non plus 1969

Mike Oldfield – Moonlight Shadow – 1983

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Good thread. My favorite rock and pop is all 1960’s and 70’s. Lately, I’ve been listening to a lot of Mahavishnu Orchestra, Tower of Power, and The Soft Machine, speaking of that time period.

Mahavishnu Orchestra: The Inner Mounting Flame The Inner Mounting Flame

Tower of Power: Soul Vaccination Soul Vaccination

The Soft Machine: Slightly All The Time Slightly All The Time

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Supertramp – Give A Little Bit (Live) 1983

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Nothing wrong with supertramp, their double live Paris album are one of my all time favorite live albums.

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R.I.P. Leslie West

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Leslie West (born Leslie Weinstein; October 22, 1945 – December 23, 2020)2 was an American rock guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. He was best known as a founding member and co-lead vocalist of the hard rock band Mountain.

MOUNTAIN – Nantucket Sleighride – Live 1970 at The Fillmore East

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I love Mountain!

Check this out. It’s Leslie West when he was in the Vagrants back in 1964. He was 19 years old here! There’s a closeup of him during his solo.

https://youtu.be/Y171dIB4SFE

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Merry Christmas! Good health and good luck to all of you friends!

Nat King Cole,Frank Sinatra,Dean Martin,Elvis Presley,Bing Crosbey Classics Christmas with Fireplace

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