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1973 Rock n' Roll

    Our Music of 1973    

Woody's Round Mound of Sound

Now Playing: Mott The Hoople - "Whizz Kid"

All the hits, all the time for you rockers and rollers!

          Woody's 'Classic Vinyl' Archive       

1973 Farewell Tape           1973 Stoned or Drunk Tape!        1973 Concerts

To The Generation That Swore Never To Get Old!

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Arlo's Website

Woody's Son!

BTO Website

Taking Care of Business

Alice Cooper Website

Alice Cooper's Schools Out

1972 Release

I'm 18

I'm 18 "Live"

Schools Out For Summer

1971 Release

Allman Brothers Band Website

Allman Brothers Live Fillmore East

Statesboro Blues
Trouble No MOre
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Done Somebody Wrong
Stormy Monday
One Way Out
Midnight Rider
Hot Lanta
Drunken' Hearted Boy
Whipping Post

Janis' Website

Janis #2 Website

12 Aug 1968 Release

Big Brother and the Holding Company

You were something...

Black Oak Arkansas Website

1973 Release

Swimmin' In Quicksand
Back To The Land
Happy Hooker
Red Hot Lovin'
Jim Dandy
Moonshine Sonata
Why Shouldn't I Smile
High n' Dry
Mad Man

Black Sabbath Websitte

Abby Road
26 Sept 1969

Commander Cody Website

Brownsvile Station - YouTube

Brownsville Station - Yeah

Cub Koda - guitarist and singer/songwriter
Mike Lutz - guitar/vocals
T.J. Cronley - drums
Tony Driggins - bass/vocals

Cat Stevens Website

Cheech and Chong Website

A Cream Website

A 2005 Reunion Website

1969 Release

1970 Release

Creedence Clearwater Revisited Website

Crosby Stills Nash Website

1969 Release

1970 Release

Our House

Dedicated to Karen - who makes our house or home

Doors Website

1971 Release

Dark Shadows Website

Quentin's Theme

Dark Shadows Theme

Deep Purple Website

1967 Release

Foghat 2005 Concert Tour


"I don't want you to be no slave, and I don't want you to work all day. I don't need your money, I don't need you money, said I don't need, said I don't need, said I don't need you fuckin' money. I just want to make love to you..."

1972 Release

I Just Want To Make Love To You
Trouble Trouble
LeavinAgain - Again
Fools Hall Of Fame
Sarah Lee
Highway Killing Me
A Hole To Hide In
Gotta Get To Know You

Golden Earring - Moontan
Iron Butterfly Website


Janis Joplin - I Got Dem Ol Kozmic Blues Again Mama

Black Oak Arkansas
Keep The Faith
Jan 1972
1973 Release

J Geils Band - Ladies Invited

Did You No Wrong
I Can't Go On
Lay Your Good Thing Down
That's Why I'm Thinking Of You
No Doubt About It
The Lady Makes Demands
My Baby Don't Love Me
Take A Chance (On Romance)

Jethro Tull - Minstrel In The Gallery

Jethro Tull
Minstrel In The Gallery

Jimi Hendrix
Band of Gypsys
1973 Release


Southside Shuffle
House Party
Back To Get Ya
Don't Try To Hide It
Start All Over Again
Give it To Me
Make Up Your Mind
Struttin' With My Baby
Hold Your Loving

"Take out your false teeth mamma, I wanna suck on your gums!"

First I Look At The Purse
Pack Fair And Square
*Whammer Jammer*
*Hard Drivin' Man*
Serves You Right To Suffer
*Cruisin' For A Love*
*Looking For A Love*

Recorded live on Apr 21-22, 1972 at the Cinderella Ballroom, Detroit, MI (USS Mullinnix DD-944 was enroute to Vietnam having left Norfolk, VA on 12 April, 1972)
Joe Cocker

You Are So Beautiful

To Karen...

J Geils Poster - Eastern Michican University

J Geils on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine

Maybe my favorite band!

The J. Geils Band
Jo Jo Gunne
1973 Release

Jo Jo Gunne - Jumpin The Gunne

*I Wanna Love You*
To The Island
Red Meat
Before You Get Your Breakfast
At The Spa
Monkey Music
Couldn't Love You Better
High School Drool
Neon City
Turn The Boy Loose

2006 Album

Black Oak Arkansas

2006 Concert Tour

Johnny Winter
Their 2nd Album

Jo Jo Gunne - Bite Down Hard

Ready Freddy
Roll Over Me
60 Minutes To Go
Rock Around The Symbol
Broken Down Man
Special Situations
Take Me Down Easy
Wait A Lifetime

Moody Blues Website

Official Moody Blues Fan Community

Moody Blues - On The Threshold Of A Dream

Led Zeppelin Tour

26 June 1988
Robert Plant

Whole Lotta Love

Stairway to Heaven

John Paul Jones
Robert Plant
Jimmy Page
John Bonnam's son
Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven

Official Led Zeppelin Website

2004 Tour

1973 Release

Free Bird
I Ain't The One
Tuesday's Gone
Gimme Three Steps
Simple Man
Things Goin' On
Mississippi Kid
Poison Wiskey

Skynyrd Website

'Historic' Skynyrd Website
Ian Hunter Website

Mott the Hoople Website

1973 Release

All The Way From Memphis
Whizz Kid
Hymn For The Dudes
Honaloochie Boogie
Drivin' Sister
Ballad Of Mott The Hoople - 26 Mar 72 - Zurich
I'm A Cadillac/El Camino Dolo Roso
I Wish I Was Your Mother

Official Mountain Website

Moody Blues Website

Official Moody Blues Fan Community

Frank Zappa Website

1971 Release

Little House/Used To Live In
The Mud Shark
What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are?
Binard Dik
Latex Solar Beef
Willie The Pimp Part One
Do You Like My New Car?
Happy Together
Lonesome Electric Turkey
Peaches en Regalia
Team Began To Fall

Pink Floyd Website

Pink Floyd - Meddle
1971 Release


One Of These Days
A Pillow Of Winds
San Tropez

Neil Young's Website

Neil Young - After The Gold Rush 1970 Release

Tell Me Why
*After The Gold Rush*
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
*Southern Man*
Till The Morning Comes
*Oh, Lonesome Me*
Don't Let It Bring You Down
When You Dance You Can Really Love
*I Believe In You*
Cripple Creek Ferry

Neil Young - Harvest

Official Rod Stewart Website

Official Savoy Brown Website

Jack The Toad
Wayne's Favorite!

Tell Mama

Just Cos' You Got The Blues Don't Mean You Gotta Sing

...Well it had to happen on a summers' day When Jack was feeling good. But a friend of a friend, promised a friend of a friend Promised a friend of a friend he would. But many brave men have said the same thing, Again and again and again. Now Jack, when he went out to face Pete For the final showdown, He was just a little bit high. He'd been drinking and smoking...

Rare Earth Official Website

Get Ready Cause Here I Come

Ringo Starr Website

Ringo Starr Official Website

Steppenwolf Official Website

Steppenwolf - For Ladies Only
Steppenwolf Official Website

Steppenwolf Live

Official Alex Harvey Website
Small Faces - Ogdens Nut Gone Celebrated Flake Tobacco Slip Cover

Small Face
Ogdens Nut Gone Celebrated Flaked Tobacco

The story of "Happiness Sam"
Steppenwolf Official Website

Released Feb 1973

Strider - Exposed


Ian Kewley (vocals, keyboard)
Gary Grainger (guitar)
Lee Hunter (bass)
Jimmy Hawkins (drums)

Edgar Winter Official Website

Jimi Hendrix Official Website

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced

1972 Release

Uriah Heep Website

Uriah Heep - The Magicians Birthday

The Magician's Birthday
1973 Release

Wet Willie - Drippin Wet

*That's All Right*
She Caught The Katy
No Good Woman BLues
*I'd Rather Be Blind*
*Macon Hambone Blues*
*Shout Bamalama*

Wet Willie Website

ZZ Top - Tres Hombres
The Who - Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy
Jethro Tull Website

Jethro Tull - Aqualung
*Cross-Eyed Mary*
Cheap Day Return
Mother Goose
Wond'ring Aloud
My God
*Hymn 43*
*Locomotive Breath*
Wind Up
Lick Your Fingers Clean
Wind Up (Quad Version)

Volume II
March 1972
1972 Release

Jo Jo Gunne - First Album

*Run Run Run*
Shake That Fat
I Make Love
Barstow Blue Eyes
99 Days
Academy Award
Take It Easy
Flying Home
1973 Release

Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me - 1973

Doobie Brothers Website

Doobie Brothers 2005 Tour

1972 Release

Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me - 1973

Ozark Mountain Daredevils Website

1973 Release

Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Country Girl
Spaceship Orion

If You Wanna Get To Heaven

Chicken Train
Colorado Song
Standing On The Rock
Road To Glory
Black Sky
Within Without
Beauty In The River

Roxy Music Website

1973 Release

Roxy Music

Street Life
Just Like You
A Song For Europe
Mother of Pearl

1973 Release

Foghat - Rock and Roll
Ride, Ride, Ride
Feel So Bad
Long Way To Go
It's Too Late
What A Shame
Helping Hand
Road Fever
She's Gone
Couldn't Make Here Stay

Foghat Website #1
Foghat Website #2
Lynyrd Skynyrd's Freebird

Foghat's Feel So Bad

I Just Want To Make Love To You (Live)

Slow Ride (Live)

Foghat Concert Dates

Dedicated to My Friends of the Summer of 1973 - You Were The BEST!! AND...you still are!!!!

Eagles' Hotel Califronia

Not a 73 song but I couldn't leave it out...

Doll's 2006 Album! Their back!!

1973 Release

New York Dolls

*Personality Crisis*
*Looking For A Kiss*
Vietnamese Baby
Lonely Planet Boy
Frankenstein - Orig
Bad Girl
Subway Train
Private World
Jet Boy
1972 Release

Dr Hook and the Medicine Show

Sylvia's Mother
Mama Don't Dance And Your Daddy Don't Rock & Roll
Spirit In The Sky

1972 Release

Dr Hook Website

Dr Hook - Sloppy Seconds

Cover of the Rolling Stones
Freakin at the Freakers Ball
Lookin' For Pussy
Get My Rocks Off
Queen of the Silver Dollar

1973 Release

Faces Website

Faces - Oohlala

Kenney Jones- drums
Ronnie Lane - bass, guitar, vocals
Ian McLagan- piano, organ
Ron Wood- guitars, vocals
Rod Stewart- vocals

Blue Oyster Cult Website


Alice Cooper Website

1972 Release

Alice Cooper - Killer

Under My Wheels

Be My Lover
Halo Of Flies
You Drive Me Nervous
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Dead Babies


Marshall Tucker Band website

1973 Release

The Marshall Tucker Band




1973 Release

Marshall Tucker Band - A New Life


1972 Release

Uriah Heep Website

Uriah Heep - Demons and Wizards

Easy Livin

The Wizard
Traveller In Time
Poet's Justice
Circle Of Hands
Rainbow Demon
All My Life
Paradise/The Spell

1973 Release

Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon


Dark Side Of The Moon

Speak To Me/Breathe
On The Run
The Great Gig In The Sky
Us And Them
Any Colour You
Brain Damage

Have you ever watched "Wizard of Oz" while listening to "Dark Side of the Moon?"

1973 Release

Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies

Hello Hooray
Raped And Freezin'

Billion Dollar Babies

Unfinished Sweet
No More Mr. Nice Guy
Generation Landslide
Sick Things

Mary Ann

I Love The Dead

1973 Release

Alice Cooper - Muscle Of Love

Big Apple Dreamin' (Hippo)
Never Been Sold Before
Hard Hearted Alice
Crazy Little Child
Working Up A Sweat

Muscle Of Love

Man With The Golden Gun
Teenage Lament '74
Woman Machine

1973 Release

Bob Dylan - Dylan

Lily Of The West
Can't Help Falling In Love
Sarah Jane
The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
Mary Ann
Big Yellow Taxi
A Fool Such As I
Spanish Is The Loving Tongue

1973 Release

Bob Dylan - Pat Garrett And Billy The Kid

Billy (Main Title Theme)
Workin' For The Law (Cantina Theme)
Billy 1
Bunkhouse Theme
River Theme
Turkey Chase
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Final Theme
Billy 4
Billy 7

Steve Miller Band Website

1973 Release

Steve Miller Band - Living In The USA

The Joker

Living In The USA
Space Cowboy
Don't Let Nobody Turn
You Around
Gangster of Love
Lovin' Cup
Quicksilve Girl
Your Saving Grace
Motherless Children
Mary Lou

1973 Release

Allman Brothers - Eat A Peach

Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Les Brers In A Minor
Mountian Jam
One Way Out
Trouble No More
Stand Back
Blue Sky
Little Martha

Little Feat Website

1973 Release

Little Feat - Dixie Chicken

Dixie Chicken

1973 Release

(I want to) Make It With You
Everything I Own
Baby I'm-A Want You
It Don't Matter To Me
Mother Freedom
Down On My Knees
Too Much Love
Let Your Love Go
Look What You've Done
Guitar Man, The
Last Time, The
Sweet Surrender
He's A Good Lad
Friends And Lovers
Lost Without Your Love

1971 Release

Whiskey Vengenace

Remember Woody's stupid jokes?

Hey You! "What other groups, songs, albums, quad, reel-to-reel madness have I missed"

Deep Purple Website

1972 Release

Deep Purple - Machine Head

Highway Star
Maybe I'm A Leo
Pictures Of Home
Never Before
Smoke On The Water
Lazy Listen
Space Truckin'

1972 Release

Deep Purple - Made in Japan

Highway Star
Child In Time
Smoke On The Water
The Mule
Strange Kind Of Woman
Lazy Listen
Space Truckin'

Eagles Website

1 Jun 1972 Release

Eagles - Eagles

Take It Easy
Witchy Woman
Chug All Night
Most Of Us Are Sad
Train Leaves Here This Mornin'
Take the Devil
Early Bird
Peaceful Easy Feeling

17 April 1973 Release

Eagles - Desperado

Out of Control
Tequila Sunrise
Certain Kind of Fool
Doolin-Dalton - Instrumental
Outlaw Man
Saturday Night
Bitter Creek
Doolin-Dalton/Desperado -Reprise

2007 Release

Savoy Brown's Steel

Savoy Brown
2007 Tour

1973 Release

Blue Oyster Cult's Tyranny & Mutation

Blue Oyster Cult

Freddie King
Texas Cannonball
1972 Release

Roxy Music

Roxy Music

1977 Release

Savoy Brown's Steel

38 Special
Official Website

2008 Tour

1972 Release

Yes - Fragile

Official Yes Website

2011 Tour

1972 Release

Yes - Close To The Edge

Close To The Edge
Official Yes Website

2011 Tour

1973 Release

Yes - Yessongs

Official Yes Website

2011 Tour

1973 Release
'Tales From Topographic Oceans'

Yes - Tales From Topographic Oceans

26 June 1988

Official Yes Website

2011 Tour

1971 Release
'R.E.O. Speedwagon'

R.E.O. Speedwagon - R.E.O. Speedwagon

Album includes the hit "157 Riverside Avenue"

Official R.E.O. Speedwagon Website

1972 Release

R.E.O. Speedwagon - T.W.O.

Album includes the hits:
"Little Queenie"
"Music Man"
"Like You Do"

Official R.E.O. Speedwagon Website

2009 Tour - Can't Stop Rockin

1973 Release
'R.E.O./Ridin' The Storm Out'

R.E.O. Speedwagon - Ridin' The Storm Out

Official R.E.O. Speedwagon Website

1 Nov 1972 Release

The Hollies - Romany

The Hollies

1969 Release
'Blind Faith'

Blind Faith - Blind Faith

Blind Faith (self titled)

Official Blind Faith Website


Jim Croce
You Don't Mess Around With Jim

Three Dog Night
Sept 1971

Willie Nelson
Shotgun Willie

REO Speedwagon
Ridin' The Storm Out

The Climax BLues Band

The Climax Blues Band

The Climax Blues Band

Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory

In Deep
March 1973

Buffalo Springfield
5 Dec 1966

Buffalo Springfield
Buffalo Springfield Again
18 Nov 1967

Buffalo Springfield
Last Time Around
30 July 1968

Which one of your favorites is missing?

Want MORE '73 Music?
(Some of my mates (e.g. - Ole, and others...) tell me I've omitted a few bands)
I'll never admit it, but go to

MORE '73 Music


Want to know what our most popular past time was at 11th Bay?

Woody and Birdman's Favorite song on the strip outside of D&S Piers

Something Old, something new...
(Joan Jett, Billy Squier, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aerosmith, Queen, John Cougar Mellencamp)

Farewell Tape
Made the night before "Shorty" went back to
the USS Kitty Hawk in San Diego in late summer '73.
Man, did we miss him!!!

I 'found' Shorty after 31 years in Sept 2004! For 31 years, he'd thought Pete Burton and I had been killed in a car wreck (from a letter from one of the girls [Glenda, Rita, Diane] from Akron, Ohio) - no SHIT!

Shorty is still rockin' in New Salem, North Dakota - See him at a concert near you...

See Shorty, I told you I still had it!!

Who remembers the Stoned or Drunk Tape?

Who remembers the "Concerts?"
What great great memories with each other!!!

...And the walls came down...all the way to hell...
Thanks for the updates, keep'em coming!

"Concert By The Sea"
4 July, 1973

It was an all day event held on the old abandoned Pungo Airstrip. We drove down the night before in Stan Stockamís yellow van and other vehicles. We found an abandoned barn and partied all night.

It was hotter than hell that day - sun beating down on the concrete and concert goers. Extremely tight security with a number of narcotic arrests, drug overdoes and heat-related issues. They kept announcing "stay away from downers" due to the heat. Hence, we kept popping 'uppers' - figuring it couldn't hurt, RIGHT?

There was a big party the night before at the crossroads just up the road from the festival grounds. I remember the traffic jam!

The bands (the best that Shorty and I can remember) were:
1. Savoy Brown (the headliner)
2. Black Oak Arkansas (they may have made an album of this)
3. J Geiles Band (maybe)
4. The New Cactus Band
5. Bloodrock
6. Foghat (maybe, maybe not)
7. Blue Oyster Cult
8. Tower of Power (possibly)
9. ZZ Top
10. John Sebastian
11. Dr. Hook

Frank "Griff" Griffin remembers: "I remember that me and a few others didn't have tickets to get in and, as you said, security was really tight....no way to sneak in until someone, I can't remember who exactly, produced an M-80 or two, which was hurled over the fence to draw the guards and their dogs away and what seemed like hundreds of us stormed the fence!!! Aaahhh, great times!!!


Remember the party at the farmhouse the night before?

Karen B remembers: "The stage was a couple of trailer beds pulled up next to each other. The festival was poorly organized. The concert goers sat on a concrete runway in the blazing sun all day with no shade available. Hundreds of people were treated for heat exhaustion and assorted drug overdoses. The performances were generally good considering the conditions. ZZ Top and BOC stole the show. Security was over zealous with rented off-duty police, some with guard dogs and a large quantity of undercover narcotics officers who kept busy all day arresting pot smokers."

Zelma C remembers: "This concert changed my life. Was visiting Virginia Beach after the July 4th weekend and ended up with a bunch of partiers. I went back home to Morgantown - divorced my husband, quit my job, bought a car and moved. I truly think that if we hadn't had that day in the sun - none of the "magic" would have been there.

Another website claims this concert was called "The Festival By The Sea" and was on 21 July (1973 of course) and starred "BOC, New Cactus Band, Bloodrock, Dr. Hook, John Sebastian (what a downer in the heat), Savoy Brown, and ZZ Top

"Johnny & Edgar Winter
Reunion Concert"

"Still Alive & Well"
Released March 1973

Official Johnny Winter Website

(From Wikipedia) By 1973, Johnny returned to the music scene with "Still Alive and Well", a basic blend between blues and hard rock, whose title track was written by Rick Derringer as a salute to Winter's overcoming his heroin addiction. The follow-up album, "Saints & Sinners", continued the same direction; this was followed by another concert set, "Captured Live!", which featured an incendiary extended performance of "Highway 61 Revisited."

They Only Come Out At Night
Released November 1972

Official Engar Winter Website

(From Wikipedia) In 1972 Edgar formed The Edgar Winter Group, which included Dan Hartman, former Sawbuck members Ronnie Montrose and Chuck Ruff and later included the band's producer Rick Derringer in place of Montrose. It was with this band that Winter had his biggest success: the album "They Only Come Out at Night" featuring the #1 hit instrumental "Frankenstein", which used the synthesizer as a lead instrument. (During performances, Winter performed on keyboards, synthesizer, saxophone, and drums, all within the confines of the single song on stage.) Frankenstein reached number one in the U.S. in May 1973. Both "They Only Come Out at Night" and "Frankenstein" each sold over one million copies, and were awarded gold discs by the R.I.A.A. in 1973. The band also had a sizable hit with "Free Ride", taken from the same album.
"Rod Stewart @ Hampton Roads Coliseum "

Do you Remember:
Rod Stewart coming out with white gloves on while we were still in the parking lot?
Little Ocean View Italian restaurant?
Getting stuck in traffic in the tunnel on the way home?

"Jethro Tull @ Hampton Roads Coliseum "

Do you Remember:
How it started? boom...Boom...BOOM...
The telephone ringing at the end?
Hint: Ian Andersen said, "It's for you..." and walked off the stage.
Tripping Birdman?
We couldn't find the car afterwards?
Why we couldn't find it?

"A Live Passion"

"Joe Cocker, Aerosmith, and Little Feat"

Aerosmith blew Joe completely off the stage...

Official Joe Cocker Website
"Johnny Winter and Foghat"

14 June

Hampton Roads Coliseum

Do you have any stories you can share?

Side note: The woman on stage w/ the low cut jump suit was actually Johnny's wife. Thanks David!
"Humble Pie, Gentle Giant and Foghat"

8 April

Hampton Roads Coliseum

Do you have any stories you can share?

Many showed up to see the "Pie", but came away Foghat Fans!
"Mountain, Foghat"

6 December

Hampton Roads Coliseum

Do you have any stories you can share?

"Raunch n'Roll Festival

The Edgar Winter Group, Foghat, Tower of Power, Poco, Spooky Tooth ( Spooky Tooth cancelled)

19 August

Frank D. Lawrence Stadium
Portsmouth, VA

Foghat stoled the show starting when the announcer yelled
"ďLadies And Gentlemen, From England, FOGHAT !!"
Someone near our internet-pal David M. yelled, "Thank God for the Britsh!"

Do you have any stories you can share?
The first of 3 outdoor festivals in that Tidwater area in this 'summer of 73' was at Tidewater Community College in Portsmouth.

The line included the Eagles, The J. Geils Band, and Black Oak Arkansas

Do you have any stories you can share?

"Black Oak Arkansas, REO Speedwagon, & Brownsville Station"


Hampton Roads

Do you have any stories you can share?
"Uriah Heep, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Tucky Buzzard"


The Scope, Norfolk, VA

Alice Cooper's Billion Dollar Baby Tour
W/ ZZ Top

16 December

The Scope, Norfolk, Virginia

AC played "Billion Dollar Babies, I'm Eighteen, School's Out, Dead Babies, & Muscle Of Love" + other hits

Pete remembers "when Alice Cooper came on stage the crowd was still chanting "ZZ Top, ZZ Top, ZZ Top!"

"What Concert(s) have I missed?"
Come on, I know there's THAT ONE...

Watkins Glen

28 July 1973

Watkins Glen Jam Outdraws Woodstock!

"What Concert(s) have I missed?"
Come on, I know there's THAT ONE...

After years of not going to concerts, I've got my grove on, again...

On that (very) rare occasional when we had to get out of party center, we'd head north on Ocean View Blvd
to the Ocean View Theme Park. What did we do there? Only 1 thing - we road
The Rocket again, and again, and again, and again...


Remember the beer can collection?
Fort Fart?
Dr Woody's Dope Den?
The quadraphonic stereo?
The king size water bed?
Annie Green Springs wine bottle collection?
Jumping off the dresser onto the water bed?
The spiderweb with the moving spiders?
Trips to abandon farmhouses in search of treasure?
Could you drive there today?

Grateful Dead - Mid 19802

Did our place look anything like this?

Wild Wood Weed

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