I just found out in the last few years. The Archies came about by the Monkeys wanting to go on tour and play their own instruments. The founder said a cartoon dosnt care about going on tour its just easier. I like them both their songs held up well over the years
Do you remember any of the others on their "Everything's Archie" album after Sugar Sugar? I do, i listened to it every Saturday for about 13 years...LOL Deep down, I think the reason my dad cherished it and played it so much was because it was the first "gift" my mother gave him when they were dating. :')
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Windrestrictor V2 lighted in white
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ZZPerformance dyno tuned - 286HP, 317ft/lbs of torque at 23psi of boost.
I've always thought that this piece of music was suitable for aggressive driving....
Oh, absolutely. I should have gotten a ticket one day, but I think the trooper appreciated that song (that was still playing when he walked up to the car).
He did suggest that I listen to less "stimulating" music in the future.
Sky NA 2007 Midnight Blue
Sky RL 2008 Carbon Flash - Naked
I watched the movie again about a week ago and still enjoyed it greatly. And the actors were SO much younger even though it was made in 1979 - Sheen particularly but also the guys just starting like Fishburne.and Harrison Ford - only six years after American Graffiti and before his second Star Wars appearance.
I must say that although I appreciate Wagner, my favourite album is a Telarc CD called 'Wagner without Words. A German libretto adds nothing for someone that doesn't speak that language.
1957 Jamaican bodied MGA
1958 MGA Twin Cam (race car)
1962 MGA Deluxe Coupe
1971 Jensen Interceptor
2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
2007 BMW Z4M coupe
Recently departed: 1965 Jensen CV8, 1969 Lamborghini Islero S, 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT, 1969 MGC roadster
Mods at https://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/f...thread-102178/
Doing some music list maintenance tonight. Came across this Boz Scaggs gem a year or so ago - never knew it existed. I classified it as the greatest musical "non-apology" ever written - perhaps some would consider it a bit egotistical and they should. It brought me back to an earlier time in my married life when I was working hard to establish my career and I was using that as an excuse to play hard also.
I never intended to be ignorant or uncaring, but ultimately, I was. Could have screwed up the best thing that ever happened to me, but fortunately she stuck with me.