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Ned Sparks VO wrote: That's right. What I know about Cheap Trick and The Cars amounts to nothing. In the 80s I was listening to Hans J. Salter like normal people.
All right, another hardcore funkateer on the board!! I grew up in the 70s listening to and enjoying the P as it was released, but it was an 89 concert that truly and thoroughly cloned me.Bluesman Mark wrote:Oh, & at a P-Funk concert in 84 I got cloned, & I've been a funkateer every since. I'm a soldier in Uncle Jam's Army for life.
Also) There is certainly a wonderful human story in the stuff from Broadway to the bitter ends and in my mind it centers on Gorcey and I don't want it to have trouble because cursory wisdom is he was a womanizing and petty drunk.Bonnie Stephanoff, author of a book on homelessness during the Depression, wrote that it “graphically depicted the lives and longings of a group of boys who swam in a polluted river, cooked food over outdoor fires, smoked cigarettes, gambled, swore, fought, carried weapons and became entangled in [crime] on Manhattan‘s Lower East Side.”