Born in 1951, yeah, it's a long time ago. Went to school, to university. Have been in the same job for almost 25 years (seems very boring, only it isn't), but have always worked part time to be able to travel a lot, work as a volunteer, listen to good music, and not get stressed.
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
Everything that has guitars in it and is fast, like 50s Rock & Roll, 60s Beat, 70s till now Punk. Some of my favourite bands are or were the Beatles (yes, I know), the Undertones, Stiff Little Fingers, NoXF, Punkreas and Gleichaufschwankung.
Hairspray (the original 1988 version). And as you don't ask, my favourite tv series of all time is Fawlty Towers with John Cleese.
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"I've read a few comments on the infamous Steve Hoffman forum, talking more about the music than the quality of the release. One review was from someone who bought it in LA. So it seems that it is released. What confuses me John, is that the Ace…"
"Jymn , I'm pretty much certain it has'nt come out , yet. The first two were'nt released simultaneously , and they're probably giving the public some time , first , to get caught up with them. Of the total of TWO stores in Chicago…"
"Sorry , that last paragraph , I was talking about another album , entirely , "Juke Box Music" ,which came out , I think , in 1989."Money Over Love" , I first heard The Sir Douglas Quintet play it live in the Summer of…"
"I'm surprised those songs even charted THAT high. I lived in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. It was a big music market , with three competing Rock stations on FM. If a record was a hit , but could still be considered "Rock" , it got…"
(artist/song/album/label/Cancon);1. The Vogues ~ 5 O'Clock World ~ Super Box Of Rock (comp) ~ Dominion2. James Cotton ~ Honky Tonk ~ Late Night Blues ~ Justin Time3. Al Harris & The Nite Trane ~ Walk Don't Run ~ Canadian Instrumentals ~ CBC ~ cc4. Bill Haley & The Saddlemen ~ Rocket 88 ~ Box Set ~ Proper5. James Cotton ~ Rocket 88 ~ Late Night Blues ~ Justin Time6. Bill Haley & The Comets ~ Thirteen Women ~ Box Set ~ Proper7. The Ventures ~ Walk Don't Run ~ Best Of ~ EMI8. James…See More
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