Tag Archives: Mott The Hoople

Mott The Who?

One of the English bands that made a fairly big splash on this side of the pond was Mott The Hoople.  Lead by the always sunglass wearing Ian Hunter, Mott was one of the first bands we would refer to … Continue reading

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A Long, Long Time Ago

February 3, 1959, was “The Day The Music Died” On that day, a plane crashed shortly after taking off from Clear Lake, Iowa, killing all four people on board: pilot Roger Peterson and musicians Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and J.P. … Continue reading

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It’s Good For Your Body, It’s Good For Your Soul.

It’s been often said, by men much smarter than me,  that as you get older, your favorite music is still from your high school/college days. Can I get an “Amen”? With Megan healing from her surgery and coming home tomorrow, … Continue reading

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My, How Time Flies

I was 13 years old  (1973)  and I remember hearing this song for the first time over at my friend, Tom McKeon’s house. I got hooked and for the record, (and those of you from my era will remember) my … Continue reading

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