The ho-hum life of a massage therapist and nursing student in Small Town Massachusetts
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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