"The mystical forces of history are so much buffalo dung, a fact both encouraging and a little scary. The old alibis won't wash any more: we're responsible, and nothing's ever written indelibly on that wall."
-- L. NEIL SMITH
Friday, August 5, 2011
For anyone who remembers life in the 1970s--and that was the decade of my childhood--it has to give one a chuckle to look at this and think, "Aaaahhhh...simpler times, simpler times."
But they certainly were.
And I defy anyone who looks down their noses at rock 'n' roll or popular music to listen to this and deny that it can and often does rise to the level of great art.
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