If you’re a contemporary of mine who grew up on sixties and seventies music, click here and enjoy.
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Thanks for the stroll down memory lane, Senator! I can see the avocado green and harvest gold appliances from here!
I remember when this arrived at my house. I pored over it for hours. Wish the picture of Ginger’s smile had been included. 🙂
Yeah, that smile is something else.
Evidently, that’s a common story with Brit musicians of a certain generation. My brother’s a dentist who once had the opportunity to work on Mick Jagger’s teeth. He still describes that as one of the scariest experiences of his professional career.
If you haven’t already, check out “Echo in the Canyon” on Netflix.
Thanks for the reminder.
And great link this morning. First thing, Zappa kicks it off. I was listening to “Hot Rats” in the shower this morning. Great googly moogly!
More on Grace Slick would have been nice for me. Fantastic voice, great stage presence looking hot as a firecracker, although I have read that was mostly an act. And to her credit she isn’t continuing to milk for all the $$$ it might be worth unlike almost anyone else of the era who is still alive.
It’d be nice to hear someone have a positive comment about Ginger’s personality. From what I’ve read about and seen in documentaries, he seemed like an absolutely terrible human being. Epic musician, though.
“Every guy on our team is a potential cornerback right now.” — Kirby Smart, AB-H, 3/2/21
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