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I went thru all 12pg and didn't see this. I heard i just the other day from 1972

Seals and Croft "Summer Breeze"



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I went thru all 12pg and didn't see this. I heard i just the other day from 1972

Seals and Croft "Summer Breeze"

Does he say, “Blowing through the jasmine of my mind?”
Da hell is that?!? Big Grin


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A quick back story. My MA school used to get hired out to work back stage security for concerts now and then. One such gig was working Aero Smith/Elvin Bishop concert in the mid 70's. I met Elvin Bishop and he was working out some guitar runs with his Les Paul and asked my opinion on the particular riffs, what a real down to earth guy and very intelligent. He played this song that night and I'll not forget it...what great days! A nice lead run at 2:27



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Great thread!
A few I remember fondly..
One of my favorite instrumentals
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucTg6rZJCu4

A little Queen, didn’t see this one posted.
Remember this one with very fond memories from the 70’s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoxH9dHcsbE

Didn’t see this one posted, one of my favorite Doors songs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axePr_RLS0o

Wish I could embed the videos, not savvy enough, sigh.
 
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There’s a story and it involves a sure-enough outlaw biker from California that I worked with when I was turning wrenches in my early 20s.

Dirty for dirty



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Redeye, hopefully this can help. It was kinda long and hopefully it's clear for a spur of the minute job...
hit share

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mouse right click click on blue area for copy

click the flash film-like reel

with cursor between the flash tags mouse right click paste

and after the embedded code is there just click post now


A quick "ugly" explanation on how to post Youtube videos. Others I'm sure with more time could do a better job but I tried!


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Here's an odd ball that I heard on TV last night from the mid 70's that I'm pretty sure most boomers have heard at one time or another. From the Hollies..I remember singing that chorus line out loud with several friends at a late night party, those "good ole times" will always be remembered Smile



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f2, the Blind Faith album was absolutely one of my all-time favorites..always!


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Another from 1969. I see that HRK already posted These Eyes, so I'll toss in No Time..



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How about the Four Tops from 1967! (I'll Be There)



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I stumbled across this playlist on Amazon Music: [RE]DUX 034 Carole King. 100 songs, many written by Carole King. I had no idea she wrote so many of the hit songs from the '60s & '70s and beyond. Hit songs written by Carole King
 
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