Biggest lesson I ever learned about what NOT to do when you are full of lust in your twenties or any time really. Those moments will get folk into trouble.
I couldn’t read it with all the things going on, but I listened to it. It’s fantastic. I wish I could play the piano. My grandmother used to take me to operas, plays, and symphonies. Those were good times and I thank you for the reminder.
Hahaha! Are you mad at me or something? This will be hanging out in wait to chime in while I’m trying to read.
nothing like starting your day with a SMILE
This is true, because I did smile. Thank you!
Holy Crap…some great (and wide ranging) groups in here…and I love that Sesame Street is about the most mainstream thing in this thread…The Dead South, Clutch, The Band…geez…killer stuff. Currently, I’m enjoying some Trill OG though a big glass bong and listening to the latest album from The Pretty Reckless…for some reason, their basslines just resonate when I’m stoned.
Hey @the_evil_monk, welcome to the forum.
I know what you mean. Certain bass lines have a way of making all the difference in a song!
I’m enjoying a few hits of my recently dried Gorilla Glue #4.
It’s not cured yet, but I can’t resist!
I’m also going to listen to Heart’s excellent LP Dog & Butterfly
I think it’s their best effort. Many outstanding songs here including the hit “Straight On” and the acoustic oriented and sentimental title track. Ann Wilson shows her vulnerable and sensual side on the amazing “Touch of Love “, and sister Nancy does the same on her fine song “Nada One”. Musically speaking, the band were at the top of their game on this 1978 release.
The band turns in possibility their heaviest ever performance with the epic “Mistral Wind”, a tour de force of both musical and vocal intensity. Love this album!
Well, now I will have something to listen to. Were you a radio DJ on the Quiet Storm? Did you get that out where you are/were?
No, never a DJ, just an appreciator of the music from my teens.
Never heard of the Quiet Storm. Sounds underground and cool.
If I remember correctly, it was a DJ or something that came on after midnight on the East Coast. Sometimes I would be in the car with my mother going over a bay bridge with the windows down while she blasted it. Songs like this and the Doors would come on. I appreciate that because those recollections are few and far between.
I’ve loved Stevie since her first album with Fleetwood Mac!
Confession: I had a couple pics of her in my room from around that time
Hahahaha! I’m sure you weren’t the only one.
Music can easily trigger old forgotten memories. It doesn’t happen to me often, but when I hear certain songs, I’m reminded of where I was, who I was with and what was going on at that particular moment.
I’m sure it happens to us all at one time or another
A classic! Great tune. Great playlist @kmac03!