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That's a good one, but....... you're not going to jump off a mountain, are you?
 

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Not any time soon, LEGO. I'm not a base jumper, and I'm not suicidal. Love the lyric though. "Gunna' jump off, nobody know." Beautiful!

Side note: Everytime I try to post another vid, it links the same one. What am I doing wrong?
 

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I wore out 3 of those Fire on the Mountain albums, two cassette tapes, and 2 CD's. Got it downloaded from I-Tunes now. One of my all time favorites. Charlie Daniels sat in on many of their recording sessions, which just made it even better. Great traveling music.
 

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I wore out 3 of those Fire on the Mountain albums, two cassette tapes, and 2 CD's. Got it downloaded from I-Tunes now.
I threw out all my tapes years ago. I regretted it until I realized Youtube is basically a 'library' of music. Now to figure out how to link another song...........
 

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Hahaha! That was awesome, Beastie Boy! Like I said in my OP, I was born way after my time. While I lean towards the rock end of the spectrum of newer music, I long for stuff that's more 'real'. Here's something that's close to us Canuck's hearts:
http://youtu.be/s8rR7E6NfY4
Thank you for your service BB. Respect.
 

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When other kids were listening to the bubble gum rock of the late 60's and early 70's, I had The Who, James Gang, and Led Zepplin on my stereo. My dad grew up in the Polish ghetto on Michigan Avenue, Chicago; he was a jazz fan, and went to South Side jazz clubs in the 1930's, and heard Louis Armstrong when King Oliver lured him North. That is what I grew up listening to play at home. I transitioned to Rock a little later, but by-passed the junk. Pretty much liked any music that isn't accompanied by screaming teeny-boppers.
 

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Your old man sounds like a cool guy. My dad played guitar and brought all sorts of people to our home all the time to jam. I think that is what ultimately made me like everyone, as I don't judge people by their looks today. LOL. Here's a favourite of mine:
http://youtu.be/sIeOQOWByQ8
 

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Your old man sounds like a cool guy. My dad played guitar and brought all sorts of people to our home all the time to jam. I think that is what ultimately made me like everyone, as I don't judge people by their looks today. LOL. Here's a favourite of mine:
http://youtu.be/sIeOQOWByQ8
One of mine, too.

My old man was a fan, but not musical at all. But Louis was always something the whole family loved. I can't think of a single thing he did I found bad, frivolous, or just silly. Even Strutting With Some4 BBQ is awesome. His Gone Fishing with Der Bingle was another favorite, for Summer days...
 

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If I had a time machine, I'd go back to the time I lost my virginity.
 

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Hehe, can't argue with that! :cheers: Alice Cooper was a wicked freak long before Marilyn Manson was a twinkle in his dad's eye.(tear in his mom's?):icon_twis http://youtu.be/WyhG7zEmb2c
EDIT: woops, same link.(how drunk was I last night? LOL):drunk:
 
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