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Old 03-02-2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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Does anyone remember this band? I went to see them in 1977 at the Warehouse. I was listening to some of their stuff the other day man did it take me back to a different time and place.
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Dig that funky tune man...

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I hadn't heard of them until now Cheramie.My dad saw Eddie Money @ the warehouse, and had said there were many big name acts play there back in the day.Thx for the lead!Right on SF!

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Here I am, jacking another thread, but this topic reminds me of a Tom Petty song and a question I have, probably strato might be able to answer. In this song that I posted by The Wilburys, there is a line in the lyrics that say, "I was high above the water so my things could stay in tune"...can you tell me what that is all about?


By the way, Cher, just mentioning the Warehouse brought me way back. Although I can't say that I ever went there, I remember a lot of my friends going and watching bands like Black Oak Arkansas and ZZ Top. I wish I would've gone to some of those but I was a pretty straight dude back then, and all the sports activities kinda screwed up any other social activities.

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Here I am, jacking another thread, but this topic reminds me of a Tom Petty song and a question I have, probably strato might be able to answer. In this song that I posted by The Wilburys, there is a line in the lyrics that say, "I was high above the water so my things could stay in tune"...can you tell me what that is all about?

YouTube - Traveling Wilburys - Cool Dry Place

By the way, Cher, just mentioning the Warehouse brought me way back. Although I can't say that I ever went there, I remember a lot of my friends going and watching bands like Black Oak Arkansas and ZZ Top. I wish I would've gone to some of those but I was a pretty straight dude back then, and all the sports activities kinda screwed up any other social activities.
The first thing that comes to mind for me with that song is Petty's house fire a few years back...he lost just about everything. When you read the lyrics to that song it kinda makes sense.
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