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Woodbum

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#1 posted 08-19-2012 09:35 PM

YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD TO ROCK AND ROLL!!
There are a lot of us out here biglarry. I stated playing rock and roll in 1965 in bands and stayed with it until the dope, booze and egos got in the way. I got out and away but NEVER lost my taste for rock and roll (or good beer for that matter). Always got something old going in the shop. Have CDs, cassettes. IPods out there and when asked by some ” why do you listen to that old music” I give them Jeff Goldblum’s response from The Big Chill />” there is no other kind of music” Rock, blues, reggae, funk, Southern rock and American roots music and just about anything cut between ‘62 and ‘85. Then for the most part, for me, except for the old soldiers and some new kids, the music died. Yep, I’m a geezer stuck in the past. Peace, Love and Woodstock to you my brother!!

-- Improvidus, Apto quod Victum-- Improvise, Adapt, Overcome


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