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I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: deckeda
Date: July 11, 2020 10:04PM
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This song still cooks!
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: July 11, 2020 11:11PM
Yes, great song, great song indeed.

I saw these guys play in early 1984 at Cal Poly Pomona. Not in a gym or an arena or anything like that -- they did a short lunch show that was literally outside the student building in a small grassy quad. it was a small gathering -- maybe ten people in attendance. Probably as close as I'll ever get to the artists during a performance.

EDIT: Does anybody remember their other (lessor) hit "Ink and Paper"?



It is what it is.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 07/11/2020 11:41PM by N-OS X-tasy!.
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: Rolando
Date: July 12, 2020 12:10AM
I saw them in a club in 1990. Good band. Ran into an ex-girlfriend. She showed up at my place later that night. It was a good night...

I sent it to my sister, who still loves "Valley Girl" where she first heard this song.



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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: tenders
Date: July 12, 2020 12:59AM
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N-OS X-tasy!
EDIT: Does anybody remember their other (lessor) hit "Ink and Paper"?

Sure! My girlfriend sent that to me in a mix tape. Now married...gee...coming up on 24 years.
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: stephen
Date: July 12, 2020 02:53AM
I shared this on Facebook a few days ago. So good.
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: Ca Bob
Date: July 12, 2020 03:21AM
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N-OS X-tasy!
Yes, great song, great song indeed.

I saw these guys play in early 1984 at Cal Poly Pomona. Not in a gym or an arena or anything like that -- they did a short lunch show that was literally outside the student building in a small grassy quad. it was a small gathering -- maybe ten people in attendance. Probably as close as I'll ever get to the artists during a performance.

EDIT: Does anybody remember their other (lessor) hit "Ink and Paper"?

As long as we're into reminiscing --

I went into this place in Westwood in, I think, 1967. They had a deal where you could get a slice of pizza and a coke for a dollar. Including tax, it was $1.04 at the time. It was called the Pizza Palace.

They had this tiny stage area and while I was sipping, this band with a couple of guys and this tiny woman come on. I was amazed at her voice and the song selection. I had never heard of Linda Ronstadt at the time, and I guess very few others had either. I came back a couple of nights later and spent another buck-four for what was pretty close to a private concert.
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Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: July 12, 2020 04:31AM
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Ca Bob
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N-OS X-tasy!
Yes, great song, great song indeed.

I saw these guys play in early 1984 at Cal Poly Pomona. Not in a gym or an arena or anything like that -- they did a short lunch show that was literally outside the student building in a small grassy quad. it was a small gathering -- maybe ten people in attendance. Probably as close as I'll ever get to the artists during a performance.

EDIT: Does anybody remember their other (lessor) hit "Ink and Paper"?

As long as we're into reminiscing --

I went into this place in Westwood in, I think, 1967. They had a deal where you could get a slice of pizza and a coke for a dollar. Including tax, it was $1.04 at the time. It was called the Pizza Palace.

They had this tiny stage area and while I was sipping, this band with a couple of guys and this tiny woman come on. I was amazed at her voice and the song selection. I had never heard of Linda Ronstadt at the time, and I guess very few others had either. I came back a couple of nights later and spent another buck-four for what was pretty close to a private concert.

Wow — I’m officially jealous.



It is what it is.
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: sunfalcon
Date: July 12, 2020 10:23AM
Takes me right back to high school. Thanks for sharing!
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: testcase
Date: July 12, 2020 12:01PM
One of my all time favorites. old fogey smiley
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Re: I made a pilgrimage to save this human’s race
Posted by: mrbigstuff
Date: July 12, 2020 10:11PM
That's cool. I'm digging some home stuff (even if it's recorded and not live) even more than the original work. We should have a thread of great stuff we've found of this ilk.
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