Tag Archives: The Seventies

Inevitable Embarrassment

Experience is a good thing – they say age brings wisdom, which it does, because all the mistakes over all the years still sting. Some things are just embarrassing, even if whatever it was one did was what was done … Continue reading

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Those City Lights

Maybe you had to be there, but we all knew something was terribly wrong with the mid to late seventies. It wasn’t just that Disco stuff – Donna Summer and the Bee-Gees were fine, or they were at least tolerable … Continue reading

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