Been crazy-busy on some exciting new projects that I can't wait to tell you about!
As I've been writing/editing/downloading/uploading/updating tonight, I was thinking about the sad state of radio.
Some friends of mine were recently talking about another station in their market flipping over to classic rock. At first, they were excited, thinking that FINALLY someone was going to play the music they loved (and for most, grew up with).
While I do like to occasionally hear "Stairway To Heaven", there is so much more than that that Led Zeppelin has to offer. When someone plugs that Rod Stewart is coming up, it doesn't always have to be "Maggie May", does it? And despite what you hear on the air, Boston actually did have more than one album.
Anyway, before I really get on a rant, here's what shuffled out of my 70's playlist tonight...
Steve Miller Band "Jungle Love"
Steely Dan "Kid Charlemange"
John Lennon "New York City"
The Rolling Stones "Far Away Eyes"
Jethro Tull "Cross-Eyed Mary"
Lynyrd Skynrd "Gimme Back My Bullets"
Cheap Trick "Surrender"
George Thorgood "Move It On Over"
Gerry Rafferty "Right Down The Line"
E.L.O. "Wild West Hero"
Styx "Light Up"
J. Geils Band "Musta Got Lost"
The Kinks "Rock 'N Roll Fantasy"
Procol Harum "Conquistador"
Pat Travers "Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights)"