HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » Koch Ebola » Journal
Page: « Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 31 Next »

Koch Ebola

Profile Information

Name: Steve Amodeo
Gender: Male
Hometown: Fairfax District California 90036
Home country: United States of America
Current location: Palm Springs
Member since: Mon Sep 8, 2014, 01:19 PM
Number of posts: 412

About Me

political comic and social comedian. Music critic

Journal Archives

The Great generation gap of the 60's.

An open letter to my teenage son: Victor Lundberg 1967. This spoken word number actually made it on the charts in 67. Lundberg was some radio guy on a mid west news station. This was to address the great generation gap back then. The political sentiment is what we use to call ďmoderateĒ. In the beginning of this piece, he states: if you want to grow your hair long, itís just fine me. He lists all the things he would tolerate like kissing on the first, shit like that. Then the last line he hits you with a 1-2 pro-war conservative punch. I think I posted this 2 years ago. Why post it again? Yesterday I found an answer piece to this moronic recording.

A teens answer: 1967 Keith Gordon (Who ever he was)
This is a silly answer song to Victor Lundberg
I give this song 1 reefer because you donít pot to laugh at this
Exploitation piece of shit.

Do you remember S.I Hayakawa?

I was hearing about Ben Carson falling asleep during a meeting. I flash backed to this guy: S.I Hayakawa.
So wrote a mini article about him.


Here is a hard core neo-psychedlic song

Like most artists, this song came from a state of depression.

Roxy Erickson dead at 71.

I didnít start listening to the 13th floor elevator until the 80ís. To me, they were the original punks. In 1966, while every Baby Boomer was growing their hair, this band had nice boy haircuts.
I really felt sorry for Roky. He suffered from schizophrenia. My brother and sister suffered from that very disease. However, Like Brian Wilson who suffered from that mental illness, Roky was a creative Genius. Goodbye forever, however your music will live on forever.

Neo-Cons latest solgan has a drawback.


The best XTC song ever.

If this song came out in 1966, it would of have been a hit.
this is Folk-Rock at it's best

A song for this political occassion!

No matter where you are or what youíre doing, get up and dance like it 1999.
This song came out in 1973 and it was meant for Tricky Dick

Does a generation gap still exist?

I write about meeting a elderly member of Industrial Workers of World back 1974 on my Blog. Will a generation gap in every generation will always be with humanity? I ponder this question.


Another view about Woodstock,

The Truth about Woodstock

Another view about Woodstock,

The Truth about Woodstock
Go to Page: « Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 31 Next »