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I used to sing Becker,Fagan and Steely Dan,in particular"Hey Nineteen" in the girls bathroom with the fellas and with the door open
so the girls could hear us sing the harmonies.I favored,The Doobie's, Journey songs back then and still today.I think my all time favorite would be "Just My Imagination",by The Temptations.The reason,I quess is that in school it was that one girl you thought about that way.Usually a senior girl,that was a knock out of park beauty,and being an underclassman,you doubted yourself.The funny thing is,later on down the road,you see that same girl that's a woman now at the club you're playing and it turns out, she liked you back then as well.
#399 Posted Sun 15 Mar, 2015 6:21 pm
I used to sing Becker,Fagan and Steely Dan,in particular"Hey Nineteen" in the girls bathroom with the fellas and with the door open so the girls could hear us sing the harmonies.I favored,The Doobie's, Journey songs back then and still today.I think my all time favorite would be "Just My Imagination",by The Temptations.The reason,I quess is that in school it was that one girl you thought about that way.Usually a senior girl,that was a knock out of park beauty,and being an underclassman,you doubted yourself.The funny thing is,later on down the road,you see that same girl that's a woman now at the club you're playing and it turns out, she liked you back then as well.

Originally posted by morgan102 on Sun 15 Mar, 2015

Okay,I didn't mean to ramble,smile.
#400 Posted Sun 15 Mar, 2015 6:53 pm
Of course, Michael Mcdonald sings backing on some Steely dan tracks. But did the vocal harmonies win the girls?
#401 Posted Sun 15 Mar, 2015 7:29 pm
Yeah,it actually did.When we first start singing in the schools bathroom, we notice girls attitudes changed,so we were in there singing every day,lol.Yeah,I forgot Mike McDonald was also part of Steely Dan before The Doobies.He joined them of course after Tom Johnston.Great memories of that wonderful seventies music,that had everything.
#402 Posted Sun 15 Mar, 2015 9:09 pm
Another one of my faves. "I'd kill myself for you, I'd kill you for myself" - just brilliant!

'Edit' good grief, another broken link!
#403 Posted Sun 15 Mar, 2015 11:24 pm
Morgan, you sound as nostalgic as I am about the seventies? Life and music did seem better back then, or is that my aging memory?
#404 Posted Mon 16 Mar, 2015 9:01 am
Dani, I never knew you were into "Metal". I liked much of what Pantera did, but feel some of the stuff became so heavy and horrible sounding just for the sake of it. Vulgar display was the right balance.
#405 Posted Mon 16 Mar, 2015 9:04 am
Dani, I never knew you were into "Metal". I liked much of what Pantera did, but feel some of the stuff became so heavy and horrible sounding just for the sake of it. Vulgar display was the right balance.

Originally posted by Angel67 on Mon 16 Mar, 2015

Oh yeah, Metal is my favorite genre to listen to. I saw Pantera in concert when they opened for Skid Row in the early 90's, they were incredible! :)
#406 Posted Mon 16 Mar, 2015 5:13 pm
I saw Skid row once, they were supporting Guns and roses...long time ago!
#407 Posted Mon 16 Mar, 2015 7:58 pm
#480 Posted Sat 11 Apr, 2015 12:09 am
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