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and then there is...
http://wwwotrcat.com/otr5/beat_the_band_400407(otrcat.com).mp3
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Nard! Cool link!
Above, I thought you were quoting "the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe":
"Ooooh, Ooooh, Ooooh, Ooooh
Hey, Jim! yuh better git the rig!
Ooooh, Ooooh, Ooooh, Ooooh,
She's got a list o' passengers that's pretty big..."

Rocky, "nonesuch" was a record label (I think I mentioned this before) that put out some very interesting, even unique things in the '60s; evrything from Early Music to Avant Garde electronic things. I think they were consumed by Electra some years ago, and didn't reissue very many of the earlier LPs.
 
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Oh, I thought you meant had I gotten another cache of records. I did bring about fifteen home the other day, I got another Winter Consort album, did you see above? Its not as good as the older one, you were right.

>Steppenwolf, Greatest Hits


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>David Cassidy, Rock Me Baby

Yes true, last week I brought a bunch of Partridge Family albums home. This one is a solo David l.p., on the back cover he is wearing a leather and woven Native American coat that is spectacular. I so want one. I get such a nostalgic feeling listening and looking at these sixties and seventies albums. Its not a bad album either.


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Partridge Family Greatest Hits should be one of everyone's guilty pleasure cds. It's terrific. Seriously.

If anyone is looking for an incredible new disk, check out Bob Dylan's "Modern Times."
 
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Alice Cooper-Killer


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My background albums right now are the new Jewel and Norah Jones albums. But for me, the classic rocks are always a good listen: Beatles, Beach Boys, Three Dog Night, Simon and Garfunkel, America, Seals and Croft, Blood Sweat and Tears, John Denver, Carly Simon, Carole King, Bee Gees, James Taylor, Jim Croce, Lobo, Cat Stevens, The Guess Who, The Association, Tommy James and the Shondells, etc. There's just something about those sounds that still moves me.
 
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Another Partridge Family fan here!
 
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"... and now the lovely Lennon-a Sisters-um..."
 
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I guess I identified more with the Fonze, as a perrenial rebel in life, I never watched those other family shows, but I lived American Graffitti.
 
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Lords of Flatbush good too patrask.


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Rocky, did you ever listen to your Mitch Miller?
Too corny? Or did the whole family march around the living room and "sing along with Mitch"?
 
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B-Two, No have not gotten to that as yet, but I will make a point of it soon and letcha know. I almost got it confused with Alan in Wonderland, which is funny AND musically sound.

>Elton John, 11-17-70
(lovin the vinyl, still...)


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Rolling Stones, Forty Licks, Second Disc, on the iPod as I write this message.
 
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cool, greenray! i love the stones.

>listenin to sunfighter, paul kantner, grace slick.

up next, moody blues....


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