The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
Aquarius Tavern. Seattle. 1976 My Aunt and Uncle lived in Seattle. Underage redhead and friends sneaking in. Heart was playing. What can I say.Oh, and I was 9 years old. . really, NOT 17. Because otherwise I'd be fifty mumble mumble. . . .
Mmm-hmmm. I hear you!Wish I could have been there...except I wasn't born yet, right? ;)
Ann and Nancy are still rocking! So now you have sent me to the turntable to find something a bit obscure from them! Damn you! It's been a long day!Back in the day a Lady I fancied was all about Heart. That is what started it. I was driving a 1971 Mustang then.
Whattya think? Held up OK over the years? /heh yeah, ya think... Last HS dance they played was down the road from Seattle at my small town high school ('72 I think). I remember seeing a letter to that effect on the wall the Principle's office later in the 70's when they hit it big. That was a big deal in our little school -- try to understand. :-)
Don't ask me what I was doing in the Principle's office...
Listening to them now... Did we have any idea how good they were/how good we had it? No wonder my kids all want to listen to our generation's music.
I'd never heard of Heart until I read this post.
Checking back in to say I've still got a nice buzz from listening to these two tracks. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Did we have any idea how good we had it in '76? What a year for albums: Rocks, Boston (1st album), Night Moves, One more for the Road, Blow your face out, Fly like an Eagle, Primal Scream... Just for starters
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