Pippi and friends getting high, . . . sheesh, . . . kids these days!
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TOM RUSH – KIDS THESE DAYS – April 1972
from the album “Merrimack County”
Here’s an obscure Album Track Gem for you Rockers by the man with the deep rural voice; little Tommy Rush from New Hampshire.
If the choice was given, most of us Rockers would rather play a Rock album before a Folk-Rock album, that’s only natural, but 00individual kept his options open to receive cool vibes from all types of music for you never knew when or where you would discover a gem. Which is why 00individual gives thanks for the historic opportunity to have access to just about all styles of music through managing Record and Tape stores and as a Record and Tape Rack Jobber back in the early-to-mid ’70s.
Inherently blessed with a wide range of musical appreciation has allowed 00individual to locate notable tracks and albums from genres that although not classified as Rock, still do.
Tom Rush is a well-known American Folk and Blues singer, songwriter, musician and recording artist who Rolling Stone states ushered-in the whole Singer/Songwriter era of the early-to-mid ’70s – I guess that can be seen as either good or bad depending on your musical preferences.
Back then “Kids These Days” was a wry self-mocking social commentary on the changing attitudes and views of the times, however, as it turns out, the song’s lyrics are just as relevant today. Every “younger” generation will wonder why “there’s somethun’ wrong with folks these days”, until the tide turns and it is they who will shake their heads and remark, “there’s somethun’ wrong with kids these days.”
Enjoy this fun, funky, introspective, Rockin’ “Album Track Gem”;
“KIDS THESE DAYS “!
“I’d have more fun but the women are so hard to please.”
“LET IT BURN”
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