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I absolutely know that younger Kos members are not going to be interested - or maybe they will. Maybe not even older ones. I was born in 1952 - you would think I would like 60s music, wouldn't you? My cultural knowledge should have ended at Woodstock. Well, I liked Woodstock, but you know, my fave music is from the late 70s and all through the 80s.

Sarah Palin "All She Wants to Do is Dance" haha I know, what a great parody I love it

Rolling Stones Miss You (late 70s)

Robert Palmer Addicted to Love

Steely Dan FM

Guns N Roses Sympathy for the Devil

Peter Gabriel "Shock the Monkey"

Scorpions und Die Berliner Harmoniker "Wind of Change"

Queen "We are the Champions"

And last but not least...........The Soviet National Anthem by the Red Army Choir, just to prove that us 60s Commies are still 60s Commies haha.

All of these songs have emotional meaning for me in one way or another. What are yours? I would love to know, my cultural knowledge is pretty much dead in the 80s haha, as I joke in school all the time.

Post some links to music you like for me, if you're younger or older than me. I would love to see them. I am 56 in 3 months.

Happy Caturday, everybody. Just a little diversion for a Saturday night.

I always want to know what music people like. The really young people in my classes at school like groups I never heard of - I would probably like them if I ever got to hear their away, and tell me how clueless I am. :):):)

Originally posted to Rosebuddear on Sat May 02, 2009 at 06:21 PM PDT.

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