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    Quote Originally Posted by jc203 View Post
    Rolling Stones (from a distance at Altamont)

    Was that "the" concert at Altamont? I'm not aware that they played there more than the one time. What was that like??
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    The Altamont free concert was a freaking nightmare.
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    from an IP that never sent jazz that PM, never !
    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    .. raise 84


    Bachman–Turner Overdrive Bachman–Turner Overdrive
    Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth
    Prince and The Revolution Purple Rain
    Talking Heads Stop Making Sense
    The Pretenders Learning to Crawl
    The Rolling Stones Rewind (1971–1984)
    The Who Who's Last
    Van Halen 1984


    38 Special Back Where You Belong
    Billy Idol Rebel Yell
    Foreigner I Want to Know What Love Is
    Genesis That's All!
    Night Ranger Sister Christian
    Pat Benatar We Belong
    Phil Collins Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)
    Prince and the Revolution Let's Go Crazy
    REO Speedwagon Can't Fight This Feeling
    Tears for Fears Shout
    The Cars You Might Think
    The Cars Drive
    The Cars Magic
    The Pretenders Middle Of The Road
    Van Halen Jump
    ZZ Top Legs
    Not a bad list, but I can think of more years between 67 and 84 that were superior.
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    An under-rated performer missing from the "killing fields" list: David Clayton-Thomas (77)
    Last edited by gh; 09-03-2019 at 06:38 PM.
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    Right next to a Gator filled pond
    Recalling the Rolling Stone article about deaths to come:

    Ric Ocasek of The Cars passed today. Didn't realize he was 75 which I only mentioned because he's the same age as many who first made it in the late 60's turning into '70's although The Cars didn't become popular until later.
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