Favorite songs I was raised on

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My attention has been alerted to the first few videos of the thread. It appears there are videos that are unavailable now. Awesome! We have plenty of re-do's to post!


I posted the wrong video. We did sing ring of fire, and we sang this. I’m, I had the tenor part.

 

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Listening to all these great hits reminded of driving to my first job after college in 1973. Drove from the Twin Cites in my 62 Chevy Impala to a small town in Northern North Dakota. My assignment was to assist in testing radar equipment at this facility...


Here's a current pic of the pyramid...

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If you ever taken a long drive with the radio on, you would usually hear some of the most popular current songs over and over. Here's the one I remember hearing the most that day...

 

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Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass ...When I was a kid, you couldn't go anywhere without hearing these guys , game shows , grocery stores, radio, advertising etc.. I haven't followed the entire thread, so apologize if a repeat
 

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This makes me think of Clarence White & the Byrds. Bob Dylan wrote some great tunes, the Harmonies & guitar leads of the Byrds blew me away. I play guitar, & Clarence is a huge influence for me. Clarence was a true pioneer in every sense, trail blazed flat picking lead work in Bluegrass in his youth, & developed the B bender telecaster w/ band mate Gene Parsons while in the Byrds. Unfortunately we lost him in 1973.
 

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