Why is The MUSIC of The 21st CENTURY So HORRIBLE ? It's Sad! THANK GOD We Have MUSIC From The 50s 60s & 70s and Don't Have to Listen to KANYE or CRAP RAP or Any Other GARBAGE Made These Days. There's GREAT MUSIC Right Here!
The Rolling Stones first arrived on American shores in June of 1964. Their first ever Gig in The United States was on June 5.1964, and they played The Swing Auditorium in San Bernadino, California. The tour was only two weeks and they did 2 shows at New York's
Carnegie Hall at the end of June 1964. The Stones at the time did not have any big hits or original songs and their act made up covering such songs as: Not Fade Away, Walking The Dog, and Route 66. The Stones returned to England and soon after recorded "Time is On My Side," by Jerry a. The song became their 1st Big Hit and the band would sing it when they returned to America in October of 64.
With an American Top 10 Hit under their belt, The Stones picked up steam and played much larger venues then their first tour of the States, playing arenas like Cleveland's Public Hall. After this, it was all up hill for Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones, who are still, 56 years later playing live shows in America and all over the World. "Who would have guessed back then in 64?" No one I'd wager to bet. The boys just keep on Rocking.
The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones on a Bentley
with Brian Jones girlfriend (at the Time) Dawn Young
Somewhere in England
The Historical 1st Appearance of The Rolling Stones
This is one of my All-Time Favorite Songs Ever, "I just Love it." What's not to Love, I ask you? The Young Rascals, featuring Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati from Garfield, New Jersey, the Young Rascals aka The Rascals had a string of wonderful hits starting with GROOVIN (On a Sunday Afternoon) in 1967, and other hits like, I've Been Lonely Too Long, Good Lovin, and How Can I Be Sure.
Yes, Groovin, "On a Sunday Afternoon," The Young Rascals were tops with my beautiful Sunday day music way back in 1977 when I had that cool little sports car that I loved so much, my Ford Capri. When it was one of those perfectly beautiful Sundays, I'd jump in my car, start the car up, take off, put in my 8-Track Tape "The Young Rascals Greatest Hits," and I was on my way, it was gonna be a beautiful. It was gorgeous out, I was just 19, in my Capri, and full of life. I was riding around in my Ford Capri and listening to that great Jersey Band, The Rascals, what could be better? I'd drive around Bergen County, maybe up to Upper Saddle River or Englewood Cliffs and look at the beautiful homes the people lived in. Yes driving around looking at houses, it's something my sister Barbara used to love doing. We didn't have much money, and never lived in a big beautiful house, and we just loved riding around, listening some great 60s or 70s music, Pop, Rock, and R&B, feeling good and looking at the nice sites. We'd stop somewhere for some home-made Ice Cream or a Burger at White Manna, or "Rippers" (Fried Hot Dogs from Rutt's Hut in Clifton. Yeah those were the good old days, listening to great music of the day (not like the Crap they make these days), riding around, getting a Cheeseburger and just being happy, that's what great music like the Young Rascals can do for you, make you feel good. And in fact that's what I named "A Beautiful Morning" and other songs like it FEEL GOOD MUSIC, and A Beautiful Morning by The Young Rascals was on top of the List.
The YOUNG RASCALS
A BEAUTIFUL MORNING
Felix, Cavaliere, Dino Danelli, Gene Cornish
Garfield, New Jersey
The YOUNG RASCALS GREATEST HITS
8 TRACK TAPE
A FORD CAPRI
"Not mine, but it looks just like mine. I Loved that Car."