My memory Kent just a US thing we just loved the music. Take care,
Rockin’ Lord Geoff (England)
I really enjoyed your coverage of the 50th anniversary of the final episode of The Fugitive. That stands as one of my personal Top 5 significant TV moments of all time. I can still hear announcer Hank Simms' voice saying "August 29th, 1967 - The Day The Running Stopped."
That wasn't William Conrad?
Check out this clip ... and listen to that famous line ... where the heck did THIS come from?!?!? (kk)
Not only did Richard Kimble have a cool job in every town, he had a number of hot girl friends.
Yes, he did ... and they all seemed to fall in love with him in under 20 minutes!!! (It didn't seem like he was missing his wife all that much, did it???) kk
Diggin' the more-or-less interactive back and forth!
I'd like to respond to Jimmy Pilster's (really great) piece:
It is really good to know that Jimmy was happy. He was a really important motivator for on-stage energy! And he's a solid business motivator as well.
I think that perhaps my thoughts on Moby Grape were misinterpreted: I felt that they, in their own way, were as poorly managed by CBS as we were. They were over-hyped, to where the public was turned-off. We were under-promoted, to where only our (greater midwest) fans 'got it'.
One reason I got into the business end of music was that even a dozen years after picking up a guitar, I wanted to know how the recording industry worked, so I wouldn't get screwed out of the mega millions I stood to earn from my hit singles and albums. Also I wanted to make sure I got that extra dollar for eight tracks.