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  8. Mitchell

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    man....thanks for posting that. i absolutely wore out that BTO record when i was a young teen, and that was by far my favorite song on it.
     
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    Another water song. It was on one of my Dad's old albums we listened to as kids.
    Willie Nelson used to sing with Sons of the Pioneers back in the day...
     
  15. nopantsLance

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    Happy When It Rains
     
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    ^ from the Twilight Zone.

     
  18. World B Free

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    ^^C’mon now. Cool Cats know you gotta have your milk with alcohol.

    We played this one when I was in “The Lugmen” in college. It never failed to get heads nodding and booties a-shakin’. Let’s give credit where it is due…early 70’s “Feelies” were channeling punk before punk was even a thing. This is from a little later than that but their raw energy remains intact.

    Lee Brilleaux was a first class front man. If you pay attention, you will notice that John Lydon (b.k.a. Johnny Rotten) stole his entire stage persona from that man. Always somewhat menacing, he sang at the audience, not to them.

    BTW…I’ll admit it; I too had horrible fashion sense in that era! Haha.


     
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