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Thread: Any Woodstock Generation out there?

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    North Ogden, Utah

    Any Woodstock Generation out there?

    You'll get a good laugh out of this....

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    Constantine, MI
    Yes, but after watching that video I might not want to admit it!

    very funny!
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    new york city burbs
    belushi imitating him with him standing next to him was great stuff.I still love his music.

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    Apr 2007
    No, not all of SoCal is Los Angeles!
    I thought that's what he said. But do you remember Leon lookin' like this?
    Last edited by glenn bradley; 07-11-2008 at 02:55 AM.
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    Yep! Cocker I liked in his early days. Leon Russell.....I didn't know he existed in that early form.

    When The British Invasion happened, I had been playing and singing in a local rock group for 2 years. I was sooooooooo tired of playing Chuck Berry songs I wanted to puke every time I picked up my bass guitar and had to sing.

    With the coming of The Beatles, the Stones, The DC5, The Searchers, Peter and Gordon, Manfred Mann, The Yardbirds, The Kinks, The Swinging Blue Jeans, Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Who, The Moody Blues, The Zombies, The BeeGees, THe Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, The Bachelors, Freddie and the Dreamers, The Small Faces, Eric Burdon and the Animals.Cream......and became a whole lot less boring to me.

    And then there was the American and Canadian influences...Janis Joplin.&.Country Joe and the Fish............Blood Sweat and Tears....The Beach Boys.....The Four Seasons.....The Guess Who........Grand Funk Railroad......The Doobie Brothers....BTO.......Roy Orbison........BJ Thomas..........Johnny Rivers....David Gates and Bread.....

    Rock music for me became exciting and it spread to encompass a beautifully wide spectrum!

    Anybody want to guess how many 33s and CDs I have from 1960 to about 1978?

    Want to guess what kind of music I listened to when I could still hear.....No I didn't lose my hearing by listening to loud music......I got a viral infection in an inner ear.

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    lutefisk capitol, USA
    One of my favorites from back then was "The Fish Cheer" followed by the Feel like I'm fixin' to die rag. Still have the Woodstock album somewhere.

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    I have it in 33....

    At one time I had 2 copies....wore the first one out.

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    That's too funny, Curt. I saw it a while back, and it cracked me up all over again tonight.
    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    I thought that's what he said. But do you remember Leon lookin' like this?
    And a similar Leon clip, with Glen Campbell playing banjo backup...

    And lastly, to tie it all together, one of Joe and Leon (a.k.a. The Master of Space and Time) playing together in Mad Dogs and Englishmen.
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    Leon Russel is IMHO one of the coolest cats ever. Great songwriter/singer/musician. I have his "best of" CD that I never get tired of listening to. He plays here in Phoenix every year in a blues club called the Rythm Room. Now that they have the smoking ban on the bars here, I might go check him out, couldn't hack the smoke in the place before.

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    Nov 2006
    London, Ontario
    Boy I'm glad I was too young to inhale during the 60s...
    There's usually more than one way to do it... ........

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