OT Music that gets stuck in your head;

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  1. stampedehero

    stampedehero Make Your Day, a Doobies Day Staff Member Moderator

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    A steady bassist..........and phenomenal vocalists. Reminds me of Little River Band.
     
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    Thanks Dad...

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    Mattingly23NY Turning Fastballs Into Souveneir's ~

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    BTW, Gary Wright played keyboards on this guy's 1970 triple LP "All Things Must Pass".
     
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    yankeesince59 "Oh Captain, my Captain".

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    Still have that album....and another album by the group that split up and became 2 different bands. An early 70's band called Spooky Tooth had an album called "You broke my heart, so I busted your jaw" which I also still have. Two of those band members left and formed two new bands, Gary Wright came out with "Dream Weaver", while lead guitarist Mick Jones formed the band we know as "Foreigner".

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    Excellent input 59!
    I first heard "Dreamweaver" at the Griffith Park Observatory "Laserium* show, have you heard of that, that is- Laserium light shows in observatories in the 70s?
    I had two lovely 18-year-olds on each arm, and one was carrying cocaine the other Humboldt cannabis. I brought along some hash and some hash oil. We were glued to our seats an hour after the show was over. I still am not sure how I ever got home. And I certainly don't remember how I woke up with two more girls in bed, for a total of four! (I had a California king waterbed which could have accommodated another half a dozen chicks).
    I can only remember the light show and what the heck we ingested!
     
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    yankeesince59 "Oh Captain, my Captain".

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    ...Ahhh, hashish....a room-mate of mine back in the late 70's bought a POUND of Blonde Lebanese hash...yup a POUND. we put it in the oven for about 10 minutes to soften it up and then sliced it into 1/8 pound chunks....sold 1/2 of it and kept the rest for ourselves. I vividly remember he and I eating about 2 grams apiece and then took out "dates" to see Star Wars....and yes, we did in fact see stars.

    I use to have a "day-glo" poster in my room that featured a huge rat with a "stoner's eyes" and a caption that simply said, "Kenya gimme a Tokyo hash?"



    ...good times.
     
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    Ahhh Lebanonese Blonde was as great as hashish got. I never had a pound of Blonde, but I did have a couple of Kilos of German Black Hash. A dark green hash coated with dark black hash oil, then baked as bricks. That was the bomb to have. Easy to hide and without the excessive pungent aroma which Cannabis has.

    Btw- Our Harvest this year, 6 Plants netted 19 ounces. I have not had this much weed, not since I was young. I've been able to discontinue smoking Tobacco, by lighting up the Bong, the pipe, the Vaporizer and / or a Doobie anytime I desire.
    Great thing about it all is we're 100% legal and medically licensed. And, There's not a damn thing anybody can do about it... :biglaugh::feelbass::ghoti:. :party:
     
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    Yeah, me and Annie have access to Florida cannabis and we pretty much stick with the disposable vape pens and gummies. For me, it's strictly an evening thing to aid in sleeping well. We obviously do get a "good buzz" from it but I don't do it during the daytime anymore...because if I did I'd never get anything done...lol.
     
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    Oddly enough, Don Mclean ^^^, was the subject of this Double Grammy winning tune ;
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    Does your wife know?
     
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    I'm sure she knows, but it doesn't appear that she cares.


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    I did not meet my wife until 7 years later, (*I'm an old fuck). But yep, She knows all about it.

    Speaking of old fucks and or dead ones.
    PS: I had that waterbed for 30 years...
     
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    How did my old lady get over to your place? Can you tell her to come on home dinner's ready...
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    1979 No Nukes

     
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    1981+82
    Johnny's Daughter and Rodney Crowell's first wife. Her first 4 LPs or so, we're produced by Crowell.

     

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