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70s invasion Glam Girls - MOTHER TRUCKER


classify under the Glam Girls Hall of Fame.....this mid 70s girl band from the u.k. or u.s. , we got mixed info on them, but from the 2 45 sleeves we have of these BEAUTIFUL girls looks like a different band, the 2 songs are STONES-like glam rock with pretty good vocals to back them up, electric guitars and horns add for a great mix........'TONIGHT' is cool laid back glam rock ....'I'VE BEEN TRAVELIN AROUND THE COUNTRY, BACK THEN I COULD USE SOME CHANGES IN EVERYDAY, I HEARD SOME PEOPLE SAY WE CAME ON WELL JUST A LITTLE BIT TOO STRONG FOR THE THINGS WE SAY, WE SANG A N.y. CITY FOLK SONG ABOUT THE DIRT AND THE GRIME'.........

the b side 'PROPELLER LOVE' shows the band playing a tighter number with the STONES-type sound, the girl sings confidently.......'I LOVE WHAT I SOLD, WALKIN' DOWN THE STREET, MY HEAD WAS DANCIN' ( ? ) .......A MINUTE, IT LIFTED ME UP AND FLEW ME AWAY, WHERE THE HOT PANTS........'...

'75 lp tracklisting

Goin' Back, Big Mama, Tonight, Fancy Dan, Shine It On, Love In Them There Hills,

Wrap It Up, Rock 'N' Roll Lady, When I'm Alone With You, Propeller Love, Explosion In My Soul, Billy John........

News of the wierd excerts spring - summer '09

The Redneck Yacht Club opened in February near Naples, Fla., consisting of an 800-acre carefully designed mud pit that drivers pay $30 to frolic in with their own customized off-road vehicles. One mechanic told the Sarasota Herald-Tribune in April that he had spent $15,000 fixing up his rig, with 6-foot-high tires and a skull ornament. His review: "This place is kick-butt." [Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 4-2-09]

Compelling Explanations Neal Horsley, running for governor of Georgia in the 2010 election on a platform encouraging the quaint Peach State legal theory of "nullification" (i.e., that the state can override the U.S. Constitution in certain instances), is principally known as a staunch foe of abortion who once posted a "hit list" of doctors. However, Horsley is also celebrated for a 2005 television interview with Fox News' Alan Colmes, in which Horsley described his childhood: "When you grow up on a farm in Georgia, your first girlfriend is a mule." To a skeptical Colmes, Horsley added, "(Y)ou (city) people are so far removed from reality. ... Welcome to domestic life on the farm." [ (Miami), 4-28-09; Creative Loafing Atlanta, 5-1-09]

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John Angeline was charged with fatally running over gas station attendant Haeng Soon Yang in Mossy Rock, Wash., in April after she tried to stop him from leaving without paying for $34 in fuel. Angeline, captured nearby, explained to police that he had run over the woman because she looked like she was about to "cast a spell" on him. [KOMO-TV (Seattle), 4-7-09]

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