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Loved this song! It was my first 45 record purchased at The Bay. The Archies "Sugar sugar... ah, honey honey…you are my candy girl, and you got me wantin' you"

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Palir Titan Sonic Blue #1 HEAR MY GUITAR PLAYING ON MY LATEST SONG RIGHT HERE https://www.reverbnation.com/billbront/song/24902879-its-nearly-christmastime

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Brisbane - Australian Vintage Retro Travel Poster (only retro in the style of the poster, most of those buildings weren't even there in the 80's and 90's, but this is my city, I have to post)

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Stevie Wonder History, Charts, and Songs

I chose this photo because its in black and white which ands a old feel to it, also its Stevie Wonder.

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The Beatles used a MOOG on the Abbey Road album. Today it is a relic. With few exceptions, most other artist's experiments with the MOOG resulted in tacky sounds at best, headache material at worst. All the other effects you hear in Beatles music were created using backward tapes, distortion, filters, and unfamiliar musical instruments. Songs it was used for: I Want You, She’s So Heavy (Moog used for wind sound ) Here Comes the Sun Because Maxwell's Silver Hammer

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The Celtic god Dagda played a living harp, as he played the seasons came into order - Spring following Winter, Summer succeeding Spring followed by Autumn. He composed all the sounds of nature, bird songs, the lapping of the waves, sounds of rippling streams, passage of the wind through the leaves, so sweet was the music from the harp that no one could hear and not follow it. The notes became the birds which hover invisibly over young men and women, whispering thoughts of love into their…

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