Music for the day

enormiss

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Aug 18, 2015
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Good morning! I started a blog earlier this year called Beach and Barrens that focuses on the Jersey Shore and New Jersey Pine Barrens. My most recent post profiled folk singer/songwriter Valerie Vaughn (aka New Jersey's Troubadour). I thought some people here might be familiar with and interested in her work. She writes and performs songs about the Pine Barrens and participated in Lines on the Pines as well as the Pinelands Short Course in the past. Enjoy!
 

RednekF350

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Feb 20, 2004
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Sad. Another piece of my childhood gone. He was certainly the more serious musician in the bunch.

The next thing you know, we're going to hear that two of the Banana Splits have passed away. Celebrity deaths seem come in threes.
I hope it isn't Fleegle or Snorky.
 
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manumuskin

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Jul 20, 2003
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I have noticed that some of you uns seem to like Hippie music.I do also.I"m not quite old enough to have been a hippe but am old enough to remember the era. Not much on their life philosophy but I do dig their tunes.here is a podcast one of may I listen to on a weekly basis.You can download episodes by right clicking the player and then click "save As" and choose your location,actually choose your location first. There are 41 epsisodes and they repeat afrter the last one is aired they go back to one.You'll notice you can only download several episodes back so will have to wait as they reair. https://www.knvc.org/show/186683/professor-hieronymus-jones-feel-good-psych-hour#past-episodes
 
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