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24 June 2008


uncle buck

AXE: can't let a plug for John Kay & Co. go unremarked on. They were the first post-Beatle band I became obsessed with. (Had to be something to do with "Easy Rider", a film I was forbidden to see when it first aired!) As I recall, on the album - long since swiped, along with a cool, double LP live release - "Born..." came blasting out of "The Pusher"; which was the first overtly "trippy" song I got into (not counting "Blue Jay Way" of course).
Dan Shaugnessy - who has penned for the Boston Globe forever - still uses their line: "Fire all of your guns at once, and, explode into space". Groovy!
I was mocked at the time, by older brothers and hipper dudes for my defense of The Wolf, but I ask you, where would we be without "Magic Carpet Ride"?
Several more vintage vids with the one you linked to, for the young dewds to get their history lessons from.
The Sixties...what a time to come of age.

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