Thursday Night Jukebox

When I was 13, I got my first “real” job at a fast-food joint on Penn’s campus, orange polyester uniform jumpsuit and everything. We had only one eight-track tape for the store stereo, Dave Mason’s “Alone Together,” and I must have heard it a thousand times. I still smell fried onions every time I hear
We Just Disagree.
Chaka Khan – Tell Me Something Good. Chaka live at the Chestnut Cabaret was one of my top five best live shows ever.
Cheap Trick – Didn’t I See You Crying. Great pop.
George Harrison & Leon Russell sing “Beware Of Darkness” from the Concert for Bangladesh.
Crowded House, Something So Strong.
Dave Clark 5 Five’s Glad All Over always made me want to play the drums.

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