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“Sweet As Can Be”

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#141984 May 20, 2014
Kiss Me When I'm Down- Ryan Kinder

“Sweet As Can Be”

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#141985 May 20, 2014
Don't let me down- John Mayer/ Keith Urban

“Sweet As Can Be”

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#141986 May 20, 2014
Where the streets have no name- U2

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141987 May 20, 2014
Stevie Wonder - Happy Birthday
http://youtu.be/FchMuPQOBwA

Hello. It seems I owe ,belated Birthday wishes to C.J.:)
So sorry. This about my favorite Birthday song. Hope your day was a great one. Rick

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141988 May 20, 2014
Joan Baez - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
http://youtu.be/nnS9M03F-fA

lol Leave it to a desperate mind:)
I lost all sound for awhile? I turned it on the oldies station on cable & have been lucky so far with a few good tunes:)
Hope all are well. Rick

“Sweet As Can Be”

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#141989 May 20, 2014

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141990 May 20, 2014
THE DOORS - Break on through (to the other side) at KTLA-TV
http://youtu.be/-h5j_mAEEdw

LOL Pretty funny,this the reason I have not listened to local radio in yrs :)
sight of me brushing my hair out my eyes digging for for a sony walkman to play cassettes :) Rick

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#141991 May 20, 2014
Woman Like You- Lee Brice



nighty-nite :)

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141992 May 20, 2014
Earth, Wind & Fire - Boogie Wonderland
http://youtu.be/god7hAPv8f0

Quite the show :) finding a few good ones on the different cable classic stations.:) Rick

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141993 May 21, 2014
THREE DOG NIGHT- "BLACK AND WHITE" (WRITTEN IN RESPONSE TO A SUPREME COURT DECISION)
http://youtu.be/0e4kDXsM6lk

Good tune ,remember this one of my sisters 45's :) Rick

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141994 May 21, 2014
Mott the Hoople All The Young Dudes
http://youtu.be/mfwVfEXJhQQ

:) What an old friends Mom called us guys when we were hangin around her house:). Truth was she had the best in town:)
Again & few wonder why so many ended up in rehab or worse. Rick

“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”

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#141995 May 21, 2014
The Moody Blues - Sitting at the Wheel
http://youtu.be/8Hlm8KbtlRU

Got lucky,not heard to often. Rick

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#141996 May 21, 2014
Neil Young - After The Gold Rush
http://youtu.be/1e3m_T-NMOs

A great album. Rick

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#141997 May 21, 2014
grateful dead - Casey Jones - Three From The Vault
http://youtu.be/6VIECzlFVUM

Finding a few from the radio stream on cable,although A list they pull a few unknowns out occasionally. Rick

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“Vintage 1949”

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...lightly salted...

#141998 May 21, 2014
Savoy Brown - Little Wheel

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“Vintage 1949”

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#141999 May 21, 2014
Bullfrog Blues - Bluesjam - Stephen Stills and John Sebastian

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“Vintage 1949”

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...lightly salted...

#142001 May 21, 2014

“It's a secret”

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Or maybe I just forgot!!

#142002 May 21, 2014
Michael

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#142003 May 21, 2014
http://ultimateclassicrock.com/peter-cetera-a...
45 years ago, yesterday, former Chicago bassist/vocalist Peter Cetera found out the hard way that the phrase,‘root, root, root for the home team,’ isn't just a catchy line from a beloved song. It’s a real-world warning.
On May 20, 1969, following the completion of a grueling tour opening for Jimi Hendrix, Cetera, along with saxophonist Walter Parazaider, guitarist Terry Kath and drummer Danny Seraphine decided to take a trip to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles to take in a day of baseball. The bassist’s beloved Chicago Cubs were set to take on the L.A. team in the first of a three-game series. The Cubbies completely dominated the Dodgers that day and won 7-0. As bad as the beat down was, however, perhaps the biggest loser in the park was Cetera when he came upon a group of servicemen.
“Four Marines didn't like a long-haired rock ‘n’ roller in a baseball park,” the singer recalled in the liner notes to the ‘Chicago’ box set,“and of course I was a Cub fan, and I was in Dodger Stadium, and that didn't do so well. I got in a fight and got a broken jaw in three places, and I was in intensive care for a couple of days.”
In his autobiography ‘Street Player: My Chicago Story,’ Seraphine recalled exactly what transpired.“‘F— you, hippie,’ one of the guys told Peter. He got up from his seat and pushed Peter down the aisle. When Peter regained his balance and started back up the stairs, another guy from the crowd hauled off with a right hook and hit him square in the face.”
The attack ultimately impacted both Cetera’s approach to singing and the general trajectory of Chicago.
“I had a broken jaw and I was wired shut for a few months,” Cetera said in 2009.“And when they cut the wires off, I was always afraid of my jaw sticking open again, so I don’t really open my mouth a lot when I sing.”
In the meantime, given time to think — lots of it — Cetera found himself, for the first time, moved to create.
“I had just gotten out of the hospital and was lying in my bed convalescing when they landed on the moon,” Cetera remembered in the Chicago Box liner notes.“I grabbed my bass guitar and started this little progression on the bass, and started writing ‘Where Do We Go From Here.’

I think Walter Cronkite actually had said that, and I thought,‘Wow, where do we go from here?’ So, in a melancholy way, I wrote it about that, and then I wrote it about myself, and about the world, and about everything in general — and that was my first writing credit.”
Cetera went on to write or co-write some of Chicago’s most familiar songs including,‘Baby, What a Big Surprise,’‘Feelin’ Stronger Everyday,’ and ‘If You Leave Me Now,’ which became the group’s first worldwide No. 1 single.
Read More: 45 Years Ago: Chicago's Peter Cetera Attacked by Marines | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/peter-cetera-a...

Peter Cetera - Baby What A Big Surprise
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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Chicago
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Chicago - Feeling Stronger Every Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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Chicago - If you leave me now (1976)
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

“*Forever and For Always* <3<3”

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#142004 May 21, 2014
Thanks Michael for sharing that info.. I love Peter Cetera. He's one of my favorite singers. Here's my favorite song of his.....

After All - Peter Cetera & Cher

http://www.youtube.com/watch

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