OT Music that gets stuck in your head;

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    Right after the Doobies broke up in 1982 Patrick Simmons creates this great song.
     
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    Goddamn this date...it still haunts me every year.
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    Thank you, John......and oh, Mark David Chapman, fuck you.
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    John Lennon was assassinated this date 41 years ago! Click link for video.

     
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    When he passes, we should all stop what we do and dedicate the day to his legacy.
     
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    The very first time I heard this song it came from a juke box in a bar...so the music quality left a lot to be desired...but I truly thought it was acrually a Patsy Cline song that I had somehow never heard before...blew me away;

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    Have you heard this? I saw both but never together.
     
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    ^^^No Sir, but that was pretty damned good !

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    I really enjoyed Jethro Tull. My wife, then my girlfriend (now married 45 years), had tickets for the Doors in 1970 but Jim did his thing in Connecticut and the tour was cancelled. Jethro Tull was the replacement. They were excellent. I had interest in them in 69 and this song, in particular, really impressed me.
     
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    One of my all-time favorites and probably yours too.
     
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    I still have "Aqualung" but my fav Jethro Tull album is "Thick as a Brick". Ian Anderson was a madman on stage.
     
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    Needless to say, SRV was incredible and had his own unique sound that was unmistakable and easy to recognize after only a few notes...kinda like Hendrix, Joe Walsh, Jeff Beck, Eddie Van Halen, David Gilmore, and a select few others.

    Although he wasn't as good as Stevie Ray, his Brother Jimmie Vaughn wasn't bad either...always liked this tune and the girl in the pink hot pants may have the prettiest legs I've ever seen;
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    No one can create jazz fusion like Jeff Lorber.
     
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    Other than the concerts I saw as a kid in the '60s at the Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport, Jethro Tull and their 1973 Passion Play concert was the first one I saw in Los Angeles. Outstanding show with Ian Anderson standing on one leg as he played the flute.

    Shortly thereafter, (that summer) came concerts from Bowie's Ziggy Stardust, Pink Floyd, & ELP!
     
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    Lucky Dog~ I saw ELP in their prime too. Pink Floyd is like experiencing sound and light as one form.
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    That bass line flows like a salamander swimming through mud.
     

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