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Re: Instruments



Now there's a perfect example of how complicated life got after the 60's (a
whole decade not three wrapped up in one).

Dieter :)#

The Grossmanns wrote:

> Which 70's?   The early 70's that had Lead Zepplin, the Stones when they
> were still fresh, and rock n' roll bands like Bachman-Turner Overdrive?  Or
> the late 70's of Disco?  (Which,as everyone knows, SUCKED!!!!)  Or the late
> 70's of anti-Disco (aka Punk Rock)?  (Which produced cutting edge bands
> like Blondie).  Hmmm.  Let's see.  Barry Manilow was also really big on the
> pop charts in the mid to late 70's.  The 70's also had a bunch Motown-esque
> groups with big hair, polyester suits, a little choreography, and lead
> singers who sang in faltsetto.  To those of us who lived through it, the
> 70's had a lot more music than the sound track to Saturday Night Fever.
> So here's my advice, Ralph:   Play that funky music, white boy!
>
> -Gary G.
>
> ----------
> > From: Ralph Plowman <were.ralph@virgin.net>
> > To: groop@groo.com
> > Subject: Re: Instruments
> > Date: Thursday, May 06, 1999 11:47 AM
> >
> > .........****>>de-lurk<<****.......
> >
> > HI all,
> > I play bass, and I have a bass shaped like an octopus that a friend made
> for
> > me!
> >
> > We've got a bizarre gig for millenium night at a 70s party We have to
> play a
> > bunch of 70s songs!
> > Suggestions always welcome.
> >
> > Ralph
> >
> > ..........****>>re-lurk<<****..........
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Tennille Tan <bubble@mindless.com>
> > To: groop@groo.com <groop@groo.com>
> > Date: 06 May 1999 16:49
> > Subject: Instruments
> >
> >
> > >DanielBron@aol.com wrote:
> > >> Other Groopers:
> > >>
> > >> Do any other Groopers [GROOPERS] play instruments?
> > >I play the flute, awfully.
> > >(I think it sounds more like the bagpipes when I play. Hmmm.)
> > >I'm sure there are other groopers who can play other instruments.
> > >And better.
> > >
> > >