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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFrance View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MissFrance View Post
    Yes HippsieGypsie
    but I got a ear full when I listen to all of my parents old 45s. So I LIKE ALL THE OLD SCHOOL STUFF ALSO.
    45s? Old school? I'm not quite understanding that.....?
    Is that Jimmy's girl
    HippsieGypsie
    Yes, I know. Did your parents play Hendix? Or were they more "conservative" with bands like The Buckinghams?

    Yes, that's Pamela Courson. She was his "long-term companion". You talk about "life in the fast lane"! They both eventually died of overdoses, although Jim's is disputed to this day. Jim was considered the "Elvis of the hippies". Most girls "drooled" over him back in the day. The Doors are included in my list of "top Ten" of all times.

    Funny that you posted The Buckinghams. One of many of the "Chicago garage bands" that I saw during my high school days. There was a group of WLS radio disc jockeys back then that formed a production company that hired these bands for local weekend tours. Our local roller rink was one stop.

    During pre-Woodstock era what is now pegged "Classic Rock" was once called "Underground Rock" because us [quote > freeks > unquote] were the only ones that listened to it and lQQked down upon for doing so. It was quite the era. It eventually evolved into the rock of the 80"s that other "Guy" posts.

    Morrison was quite the poet whose words the Doors, as a group, put to music. Here's a good one:

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    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MissFrance View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post

    45s? Old school? I'm not quite understanding that.....?
    Is that Jimmy's girl
    HippsieGypsie
    Yes, I know. Did your parents play Hendix? Or were they more "conservative" with bands like The Buckinghams?

    Yes, that's Pamela Courson. She was his "long-term companion". You talk about "life in the fast lane"! They both eventually died of overdoses, although Jim's is disputed to this day. Jim was considered the "Elvis of the hippies". Most girls "drooled" over him back in the day. The Doors are included in my list of "top Ten" of all times.

    Funny that you posted The Buckinghams. One of many of the "Chicago garage bands" that I saw during my high school days. There was a group of WLS radio disc jockeys back then that formed a production company that hired these bands for local weekend tours. Our local roller rink was one stop.

    During pre-Woodstock era what is now pegged "Classic Rock" was once called "Underground Rock" because us [quote > freeks > unquote] were the only ones that listened to it and lQQked down upon for doing so. It was quite the era. It eventually evolved into the rock of the 80"s that other "Guy" posts.

    Morrison was quite the poet whose words the Doors, as a group, put to music. Here's a good one:

    Yes, I know. Did your parents play Hendix? Or were they more "conservative" with bands like The Buckinghams?

    They like everything. But we are "conservative"

    Are you still Trippin

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFrance View Post
    They like everything. But we are "conservative"

    Are you still Trippin
    Lol! No, but my soul has surely been "psychdelisized". That was my late teens and some of my 20's era. I eventually "settled down" and became somewhat "more conservative" in my lifestyle in the late 70's, but my political views haven't changed much.

    That Paul Hardcastle puts out a good sound. Kind of a Jazz/Funk/Disco combination to it. It makes me want to get up and dance around my puter desk!

    One more from the Doors I so happened to hear on the buzz box while working today. One of their R&Bs.

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    The national anthem of Hippieland. In case you're wondering where that's at > It's next to OZ.

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    Wow! Really quite good! Either this is a small guitar or this young lady has big hands. She reaches her thumb around to play the E string just like Hendrix did.

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    Of course we can't forget Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble's slight return version.

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    This next one will conclude our show for this evening. You've been a wonderful audience. Thank you!

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