Much of my favorite music was created between 1969 to 1975. I loved prog rock and that was its golden age. Along with that, the philosophy of anti-materialism and a love of nature was prevalent. Then ironically, in the second half of the 1970's, the worst music of all time was created and people became more materialistic than ever, wearing expensive clothes and dancing all the time to shallow disco music.
You are a couple of years older than me, but I think that we share the same sentiment (or sediment) - depending on how you want to say (lol)
I loved all the progressive 70's rock - still do - for us it was cool to say that disco sucked back then, but looking back now, I see it as nostalgic. Hearing it now, it gives me kind of a fuzzy, you know what I mean? But I would still never listen to it intentionally - (I would not go out and buy it) I'm into and always have been into the progressive stuff. Too bad that there doesn't seem to be anything that equals it now days. But the stuff that was produced in the 70's is still there, and we still enjoy it just as much.
I am not great at anything - I am in a transition
The song that knocked me out is called Can't Hardly Wait. It's like an underground 80's post punk song with a Memphis horn section. (Google: The Replacements - Can't Hardly Wait)
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