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My favorite music artists are....
Wow, soo many. 60's, beatles, monkees, zombies, am radio, pretty much everything, beack boys, burt bacharach, the byrds, 70's, the raspberries, big star, FM radio rock, the whole punk new wave thing, power pop, 80's the whole athens minneapolis thing. Always just looking for a great song
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Running, Music, Love, Bikram Yoga

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At 4:18am on April 23, 2011, Deborah R Millstein said…
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At 2:02pm on April 1, 2011, Steve Rosenbaum said…
Hey thanks - my first friend on RRT!  Again - I really like that song.  Your list up there is pretty much my list too!
At 8:48am on March 15, 2011, Deborah R Millstein gave Brad Beard a gift
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Red ribbons are nice or so I'm told...let me be the first & thank you...
At 4:43pm on March 11, 2011, Curt Vance said…
Nice! Kinda of has that Brian Wilson meets Thunderclap Newman feel.  Really rich and full.  Thanks for letting us hear it.  Now we just need an album full of these gems!
At 11:50am on March 11, 2011, Bruce Brodeen said…
LOVE it, Brad - the bass lines really drive it - reminds me of "Something In The Air", for some reason(a very good thing).  Excellent, really enjoyable all round -held me all the way through and I tend to lose interest w/ mid-tempo songs.  Would have loved to have had 10+more seconds of the ripping guitar solo.  :-D
 
 
 

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