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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynboy68 View Post
    This jam right here will make anyone jump off the Empire State Building.

    ^^^

    Lol.

    It's music like that(early 70's AM) that really got me into music on my own. Carpenters, John Denver, Jim Croce, Seals and Croft...

    It never really left me, but certainly I wasn't listening to it too heavy during the Decade of Decadence.

    It's certainly proven to have legs with me though. Love the 70's channel on Sirius.
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    There was a horror movie set in '79/80, called "Sweet, sweet lonely girl," that used the
    Bread song, "If," so effectively.

    The film is shot in a very late 70's haze, and one girl is on her bed obsessing over
    the other girl (who is actually a demon disguised as a beautiful, bohemian chick),
    and she puts on her old school walkman, and that song plays.
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    I havent listened to any of these VH covers yet. I'll have to see if I can get around to it today, I'm curious.

    As far as mellower 70s acts, I'm still a huge Gordon Lightfoot fan. "Sundown" is one of the greatest songs ever recorded. I can remember constantly playing a Greatest Hits album of Lightfoot that my Mum had on this big record player cabinet we had. Actually, my folks still have it and it still works. I believe it has an 8 track player in it as well, but I dont think that still works on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLE DRUMMER View Post
    I havent listened to any of these VH covers yet. I'll have to see if I can get around to it today, I'm curious.

    As far as mellower 70s acts, I'm still a huge Gordon Lightfoot fan. "Sundown" is one of the greatest songs ever recorded. I can remember constantly playing a Greatest Hits album of Lightfoot that my Mum had on this big record player cabinet we had. Actually, my folks still have it and it still works. I believe it has an 8 track player in it as well, but I dont think that still works on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fudd View Post
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    Lol, no. I've always called her Mum and my Pop, "Pop".

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLE DRUMMER View Post
    Lol, no. I've always called her Mum and my Pop, "Pop".
    It must be a Washington/ BC area thing.


    But you seem normal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fudd View Post
    It must be a Washington/ BC area thing.


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    I dont know. None of my sisters call my folks that. With them its "Mom" and "Dad". Maybe I'm just weird lol.

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    Lol, ok just listened to Unchained and Eruption. Eruption of course translates very well to classical piano. Very cool.

    Unchained sounded like a new wave 80s version, the kind of music that a lot of us reminisce about a lot on here when talking about 80s pop that we grew up with and are nostalgic about. I enjoyed it, and it's just cool to see the far reaching influence that CVH had, and why they are among rock's, and popular music in general, greatest game changing acts. I may just have to get this CD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fudd View Post
    It must be a Washington/ BC area thing.


    But you seem normal.

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    Definitely enjoyed listening to all the songs. Listening to their version of ATBL.....with a little hard rocking guitar added to it.... kind of reminded me of what VH would sound like if Patty Smyth became the singer back in the day !!
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    7/17/81-MSG,NYC Fair Warning
    10/9/82-Syracuse,NY Diver Down
    10/13/82-Uniondale,NY Diver Down
    3/30/84-MSG,NYC 1984
    4/14/84-Uniondale,NY 1984
    7/29/86-East Rutherford,NJ 5150
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    6/26/88-East Rutherford,NJ Monsters of Rock
    10/11/88-MSG,NYC OU812
    10/27/91-Uniondale,NY F.U.C.K.
    7/11,14/93-Jones Beach,NY RHRN
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    8/22/95-Jones Beach,NY Balance
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    11/9/04-Montreal,Canada Sam Reunion
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    5/23/08-MSG,NYC Dave Reunion
    2/28,3/1/12-MSG,NYC ADKOT
    3/24/12-Atlantic City,NJ ADKOT

    3/07 Hopped on a plane and flew to Cleveland to be there when they were inducted into the RRHOF!!!

 

 

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