Tag Archives: 1970’s music
Yesterday, I met a guy who is about my age and plays drums in a band. We shared a few stories about how playing kept us feeling young. We talked about the styles of music we enjoyed and he mentioned … Continue reading
I am working towards fulfilling my contractural obligation as a contributing columnsist over at Cultural Offering, Music Division. Read about Jim Croce here. Jim Croce I could write a book about Croce. Unfortunately, I don’t have the … Continue reading
. . . is the first half of a slightly provocative phrase from a fairly popular song. By today’s standards, it would be considered a nursery rhyme, but it was 1976. Lyrical standards and being in high school were a … Continue reading
Not bad for a bunch of white boys. Edgar Winter’s White Trash, Live at The Apollo Theater, 1972. From the renowned “Roadwork” record. Your music collection isn’t complete unless you own this recording.
It is not unusual for my family to have some music on in the background as we prepare and eat our dinner. Tonight, I decided to play a little Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR). These guys were big when I was … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, I have had several occasions to speak to a couple of funeral service friends in Indianapolis, IN and last night, after hanging up from talking to one of them, remembered the song “Indiana Wants Me” … Continue reading