Got George ?
This is the only video I could find on youtube containing this sad anti-war song written by Loggins & Messina for the fallen ones of my generation.
Memorial Day done right. I happened to have that game on the television when they did this yesterday. Very cool.
Last edited by bmbguy; 05-29-2012 at 03:39 PM.
Too much time on their hands ?
Works best with closed eyes !
To steal and paraphrase from one of this video's commenters:
WARNING: THIS SONG IS SO BUBBLEGUM YOU'LL NEED PEANUT BUTTER TO GET IT OUT OF YOUR HAIR
You've been warned.
There is speculation that the events that occurred surrounding the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago were sparked by the playing of this song by some unknown dood in a VW bus.
"My Gosh ! It couldn't possibly get better, could it !", a reasonable person might ask. Well
DAD ! Have you no shame ?
Uhm .... apparently not.
1910 Fruitgum Company.
Throw in the British marionettes, "The Thunderbirds".
Have the marionettes pantomiming/lip synching the ever-so socially sensitive song, "Indian Giver".
And you have ....... the 60's weren't all fun.
Usually right, but sometimes not entirely factually correct.
Shifting to Plan B
Sorry, but I'm not really a fan of either of those 1910 Fruitgum Co songs, however, I do love this one:
I have an original 45 of this song which has the awful song Sticky Sticky as a B-side.
back to real......
Wah wah slide !!
More wah pedal with a keyboarding drummer too !! WTF !?!?
From last Friday at BB Kings.
Conan O'Brien fights Jackie Chan
He'd still have the Bear.........A'holes at NBC claimed it as "property" ! (IIRC)
Remember Triumph ??
Got 7 minutes to get your geek on?
Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Friend.
Breaking from the theme of music ... here is a suh-weet BMW commercial:
HDTV: Panasonic PT-61LCX65 61" Rear Proj. LCD
AVR: Harman Kardon AVR 235
Video: 80GB PS3, Toshiba HD-XA1 HD DVD
Fronts: Polk Audio RTi8
Center: Polk Audio CSi3
Amp: Emotiva LPA-1
Surrounds: Polk Audio R150
Sub: HSU STF-3
The only true barrier to knowledge is the assumption that you already have it. - C.H. Dodd
From the way-back machine.
Guitar by J. Russ Willoughby.....
Amazing lip syncing!
A young artist with an "old soul" !!
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