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wildcat445

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Join date : 2014-08-16

PostSubject: That old time rock and roll   2014-08-19, 1:42 pm

A guy at work wants me to put a stack of records onto CD for him. I said sure, no problem. What I did not suspect was that the stack would be all 1970's head banging rock and roll. Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger, Heart, Boston, Journey, ZZ Top. I decided I could mute my stereo and not listen to such drivel. I learned something. Most of it was not too bad. I had never heard Fleetwood Mac in my life, although I knew of Stevie Nicks and what a good singer she was. Mick Fleetwood is a pretty fair drummer. With just a little work, they might make a pretty fair western swing band. I'm not a big Sheena Easton fan, though. Too screechy for my taste. Rock and roll songs (?) are all over four minutes long, typical of material on 78's. I may have missed something back in the day. My grandpa is probably looking down from the sky ready to "box my ears." Wonder will this stuff wreck the speakers in my stereo?

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MEZLAW

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PostSubject: Re: That old time rock and roll   2014-08-21, 1:13 pm

I might like to have a copy of that CD!  Very Happy Very Happy 
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