Friday, March 20, 2015

♫♫..Staying With 70's Music... Let's Add A Horn Section......♫♫



















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  1. That was one helluva band. I bought their first album "Chicago Transit Authority" when it was released. Still have it around somewhere. I remember cruising with my buddy in his '65 Galaxy 500 convertible when "I'm A Man" came on the radio and he started flashing his headlights on and off to the beat. This looked way cool as we were going down an unlighted stretch of backwoods road. I was getting worried that they weren't going to play it in this concert, but they didn't disappoint. They saved the best for last..................

    Thanks for posting this. You never disappoint with your tunes......................

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    1. Thanks Bob, I was lucky to be at the right age to enjoy the late 60's and 70's music. My friend's older brother had a treasure trove of albums. I was born in the early 60's

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  2. Well, got you beat by a few years. 1954. The year the Fender Statocaster and rock&roll were born. The '60s and early '70s were a great time to be alive. My mother's youngest sister is only eight years older than me and whenever we visited my grandmother she would let me play her records from the '50s/'60s and also ones that the older brothers and sisters left from the '40s. I think that's what gave me a love of music starting when I wasn't much more than a toddler. I was boogieing and rock and rollin' when my contemporaries were enjoying nursery rhymes. Thanks, Aunt Ruthie.......................................

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