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My boss says, "what day is it?" I look over at my HAZ calendar and say Tues, Dec 3rd "A very special day in 1969" and my boss goes, "What?" I chuckle and thenRick Vincent wrote:Happy Birthday to anyone who was born on this special day.
No, I said they came later on. Also, maybe too dark for me. Anyway, it was past when I quit listening. When Janis and Jimi and Jim died, (1970 & '71) I basically quit listening to rock for a long, long time. After that I mostly only listened to singer-songwriters, such as Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, etc. Then, in '78 I moved to Hawaii, and found out about Keola Beamer, Gabby Pahinui and the Makaha Sons of Ni'ihau (Israel Kamakawiwo'ole AKA "Izzy." Saw him live.) And so, I started playing slack key guitar. Then when I moved to Arizona in '86, I really didn't have a stereo for a very long time, and playing slack key just made me feel sad. Later on, we got some blues cassettes, and later on we got a CD player in the car, and we picked up a lot of old Grateful Dead concert CDs and some blues, and some of the singer-songwriters. Lately, I have kind of quit listening again, except on long car trips. I hate having music on in the house--always have, ever since I had kids. Makes me feel extremely anxious. I hate noise.kevinweitzel75 wrote:@azbackpackr
Third rate guitarists? I know your not talking about Tony. (guitar player for Sabbath, for those that don't know)