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In the late 1960s, when Grammy Award winning R&B singer, Aretha Franklin, popularized her hit tune Respect, gentlemen generally respected women and most women held themselves in high-regard; so much so that you would never have seen any self-respecting young … Continue reading
Remember good music? Every Boomer has their idea of what they consider to be good music. For many it is simply music that makes you feel good. It doesn’t matter if it is pop, rock, R&B or some other soul-stirring … Continue reading
“Come mothers and fathers, throughout the land, and don’t criticize what you can’t understand. Your sons and your daughters are beyond your command . . . For the times they are a-changin’.” In 1964, when Bob Dylan released that title … Continue reading
Baby Boomers think back about three or four decades. When we were younger didn’t the world seem to be a simpler, more rational place? Granted, our youthful generation produced dramatic social change, fist-pumping militants, barefoot hippies, and psychedelic drugs. Ours was … Continue reading