Recently I purchased, on CD, a number of albums that I had on 8-track cartridges ( remember those? ) back in the 1970s, and that I hadn't heard in almost thirty years. I'm really glad that I decided to do this, as I have rediscovered some favorite songs from my misspent youth: Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts and Tangled Up In Blue ( both Bob Dylan ), Rock Around the Symbol and Broken-Down Man ( both Jo Jo Gunne ), Race Among the Ruins ( Gordon Lightfoot ), Dance Hall Girl and Stoney River ( both Mason Proffit ), Golden Country and Let Me Ride ( both R.E.O. Speedwagon ), Fallin' In Love and Believe Me ( both Souther-Hillman-Furay Band ), Diamonds and Rust ( Joan Baez ), I'm Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band ( Moody Blues ), and Durham Town ( Roger Whittaker. ) Also a classic from the mid '80s, Vive Le Rock by Adam Ant. Great, great stuff.
post edited by nocarolina - 2009/10/27 15:19:46