An Ol' Broad's Ramblings

Blame The Bunker!

3 March 2013, 3:10 pm. 4 Comments. Filed under Just Cuz, Opinion.

Ya ever just get in one of those moods? Well, The Bunker is to blame for this one! LOL His mention of Buffalo Springfield in his comment got all kinds of oldies, that I grew up with, invading my mind.

I think I need to stop now. There are just WAY too many! I won’t get anything done today if I keep this up! Ah…some excellent memories! :D

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4 Comments »

  1. Kathleen. 4 March 2013, 12:05 pm

    It is funny you brought this up. Over the weekend I was tweeting and facebooking songs I grew up with. This week most be a week of nostalgia.

  2. olbroad. 4 March 2013, 4:16 pm

    LOL Yeah, ya might be right…remember back when… sigh… I could have gone back quite a few more years, but I figured I’d stick with the same time frame as Buffalo Springfield. Heh.

  3. TheBunker. 5 March 2013, 12:43 pm

    If I get blamed for folks listening to good music, that’s OK.

    What I like about using YouTube is the comments from the younger crowd. A lot of them seem amazed at the quality of the music of the 60′s and 70′s.

    Yeah, I guess Justin Bleeber and GaGa just can’t compete.

    I would have thought someone raised in Texas would be more into Willie and Waylon or Bob Wills.

    I did an afternoon show on a country radio station for a year. That was in 1977. It was still good music, George Jones, Dolly Parton and a young new comer, Tanya Tucker, what ever happened to her?

    I was on the air the day Elvis died. The program director rushed in with a few 45′s, then shot over to the K mart and bought all the Elvis albums they had. We played Elvis for two days, taking requests, I am now officially sick of Elvis, except for his gospel recordings.

    Sometimes good music is the best way to relax and reflect.

    Thanks for the links.

  4. olbroad. 5 March 2013, 6:22 pm

    LOL Well, them too! Shoot, my dad had us listening to all kinds of music when we were wee tykes….Big Band, opera, country….but then we got older, and then…. :D along came American Bandstand! The folks made the mistake of getting my older sister a transistor radio. *snicker*