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Old 06-01-2010, 05:38 PM   #1
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Music - Anybody remember this?

Cream with the Bluez Baby!



And the original




Oh yea... and I might add.

Buddy Guy is fantastic!

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Yeah baby. Love me some Cream. Like many British bands of the era, they embraced American blues. Taught many of us to appreciate the great music emanating from our land.
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I was a bigger fan of "Blind Faith." (Although I did see "Cream" in concert and always considered them "in the top tier" with the Beatles, etc.)



Come down off your throne
and leave your body alone.
Somebody must change.
You are the reason
I've been waiting so long.
Somebody holds the key.

But I'm near the end and
I just ain't got the time
And I'm wasted and
I can't find my way home.

Come down on your own
and leave your body alone.
Somebody must change.
You are the reason
I've been waiting all these years.
Somebody holds the key.
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Stevie Winwood hasn't lost much in his step over the years !

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Blind Faith = best group ever. Cream = second best. Listening to the music of my teens makes me feel weird. Bad times compared to now but the music was great.

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Blind Faith = best group ever. Cream = second best. Listening to the music of my teens makes me feel weird. Bad times compared to now but the music was great.

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Ah, the 60s...... is it just nostalgia, or were those years the best music-wise...?
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Ah, the 60s...... is it just nostalgia, or were those years the best music-wise...?
It seems to me that the music of one's youth is what one considers the best ever. I pity today's youth.

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Ah, the 60s...... is it just nostalgia, or were those years the best music-wise...?
And a little into the 70's (to keep the Winwood theme):

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And a little into the 70's (to keep the Winwood theme):

Allright, you have to make allowances for The Police, Dire Straits, The Eagles, Poco...and a very few others
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Allright, you have to make allowances for The Police, Dire Straits, The Eagles, Poco...and a very few others
Oh, yeah. Those were the days.

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It seems to me that the music of one's youth is what one considers the best ever. I pity today's youth.

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Not to worry. My 18 year old son and many of his friends listen to music of the 60's and 70's because today's music sucks. They've even borrowed many of my old LP's.

Don't forget Creedence and Little Feat.
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It seems to me that the music of one's youth is what one considers the best ever. I pity today's youth.

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I dunno , i think they're pretty lucky really.
There's more good music available out there of all different kinds
than ever before from what i can see.
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Not to worry. My 18 year old son and many of his friends listen to music of the 60's and 70's because today's music sucks. They've even borrowed many of my old LP's.

Don't forget Creedence and Little Feat.
That reminds me , Little feat is playing in a club nearby in
a few weeks , i better go get some tickets..
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There's more good music available out there of all different kinds than ever before... [my emphasis]
Some examples please.
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That reminds me , Little feat is playing in a club nearby in
a few weeks , i better go get some tickets..
Saw them live in '77. Actually snuck a keg into the show. A fun evening was had by all!
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