John Lancaster (el 15/09/13 a las 2:55 pm)
Great song from youth!
Glenn Evans (el 09/09/13 a las 5:57 am)
Pure 70's Cotton Candy to the ears. What a wonderful song.
armando buenpito (el 09/08/13 a las 11:25 pm)
This one & Dance w/ me.
armando buenpito (el 09/08/13 a las 11:33 pm)
I like how you put this together!
steelydon19 (el 24/05/13 a las 9:25 pm)
I empathize. Life can get us down, then we bounce back.
thespeez (el 23/05/13 a las 6:25 pm)
The cars were kinda cool, but quality control was slipping. Worse yet, in
light of the new pollution regulations, cars were running rougher than in
past years. We also had government induced fuel shortages especially around
1973-4 and again in 1979.
airforcemax (el 13/10/11 a las 12:34 am)
Love changes perspectives and life itself. ~ Max Rafael Waller (Sunday, 3
January 1965 - ) High School Cross Country, N.J.R.O.T.C., honorable
discharge from the US Army, and former member of the board of directors of
a nonprofit organization
reprobacious (el 04/08/09 a las 8:09 pm)
I'll always remember this song as being the one playing on the old
Musicradio-77 WABC in NYC when they cut in 30 years ago to announce the
tragic death of Thurman Munson. I've long since fled the northeast and
graduated into a fierce Yankee hater but I'll never forget that sad day.
lineman1366 (el 13/08/12 a las 8:13 pm)
I was lucky to have lived on the early 60s and 70s. I used to listen to
this song in the early 80s whenever I got home sick when I was in the army
and far away from home! I still listen to it now, cause it reminds me of
the good old days! Thanx for posting it!
renecrod3 (el 18/02/10 a las 4:53 am)
I was 17 years old in 1979 and a Junior in High School. I miss those days
and thank God I grew up in the 70,s . We had the best music, Cartoons, and