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Tue Oct 21, 2014, 01:20 PM

It was 50 years ago on the Ed Sullivan show

Seeing the Stones on T.V changed my life. How about you?
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Koch Ebola Oct 2014 OP
ProfessorGAC Oct 2014 #1
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Response to Koch Ebola (Original post)

Tue Oct 21, 2014, 03:27 PM

1. Nope

It was The Beatles for me. Until then i was a kid taking classical piano lessons and getting interested in jazz piano.

Suddenly, the music on WLS didn't seem silly.
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Response to Koch Ebola (Original post)

Sat Jul 11, 2015, 02:56 PM

2. Hah ... I saw this 50 years ago ...

 

It was the Beatles that opened my eyes (and ears), but hey, the Stones were cool too ...

I identify more with the Beatles, but The Stones were a force ....

Thanks !

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Sat Oct 31, 2015, 10:42 PM

3. I was getting into

Del Shannon and Ricky Nelson, my older sister's music, when the Beatles hit the scene and within a couple years there was an explosion of really cool music as I reached my teens. The 60s were quite the time for electric music and I was riding the crest of the wave as a young teen. Before that I was studying classical voice and it was absolutely sacrilege to mix the two and that included folk and anything not made for the symphony. I rebelled and found jazz and bluegrass along the way. Now I'm older and I will sing anything that is done well structurally and sounds good. And trying to learn a stringed instrument...

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