I’m starting a new feature for the blog today, a variation of Throwback Thursday featuring albums froth sixties, seventies and early eighties.
As many of you know I have a variety of interests including music. I played bass guitar in a couple of rock bands when I was in high school and college and I did a graveyard shift radio show on a small station while I attended Purdue University. An avid audiophile, I also worked at a stereo shop that was next door to a record store where I maintained my music fix while matriculating.
Today’s featured album has hung with me throughout the years, although I’m not sure how many others will remember it. Originally released in 1982 and rereleased as a CD in 1995, it was certified Gold at the time and, though the band continued to record and perform until 1986, it is the most commercially…
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