Stacks of 45’s – Border Song/Bad Side of the Moon

Holy Moses I have been deceived

When I was young before I had cassettes, the only good way of making a playlist of songs was to stack 45s on the turntable. I would arrange for them to play my favorite songs in my favorite order. These posts are about records I had in my stacks.

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Great Lines in Songs (Part 1)

Brilliant, clever, or that I just enjoy hearing over and over.

As I’ve listened to songs, over the years, I always have found certain lines that just make the song for me. This is the first post that showcases some of those phrases that I thought were brilliant, clever, or that I just enjoy hearing over and over.

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Stacks of 45’s – Rocket Man/Susie (Dramas)

“She packed my bags last night, pre-flight. Zero hour: 9 a.m. And I’m gonna be high as a kite by then.”

When I was young before I had cassettes, the only good way of making a playlist of songs was to stack 45s on the turntable. I would arrange for them to play my favorite songs in my favorite order. These posts are about records I had in my stacks.

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Classic Albums: Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (2001)

The story behind one of the most popular double-albums of all-time

I watched this Eagle Rock Entertainment 2001 documentary “Classic Albums: Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” on Netflix DVD. It aired on television November, 6, 2001 on season 3 of an ongoing series of these films. The only missing member, of the original album recording, was Dee Murray, background vocals and bass guitar. This is a great album. one of my favorites, and a great documentary. The only negative for me was the omission of speaking about some of the album tracks, like my favorite, Grey Seal.

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