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    Opening today at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, is a special exhibit: "Stay Tuned: Rock on TV." Featured in the exhibit is something every Raspberries fan will be excited to see. The plaque reads: Jim Bonfanti of the Raspberries Bass Drum Ludwig Gift of Jim Bonfanti and Family Jim Bonfanti used this drum during the Raspberries' December 21, 1973 appearance on Don Kirshner's Rock Concert. Congrats, Jim! What an honor! Bernie
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    And here's the man himself- obviously pleased with the showcase!
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    This is so cool! Annie made them! I still have and treasure mine!!
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    I forget who made all of those little raspberry pins at the first reunion show, but I do remember Jim stuck one on his bass drum. And it’s still there! Bernie
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    So why isn't Eric Carmen NOT in the Songwriters Hall Of Fame??
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    Good question. He should be. Bernie
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    Would be there, if not for my stepdaughter's wedding... Bernie
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    You guys beat me to it! Was going to post the fotos I took Friday night! B@stards! LOL
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    What a great CD, Paul McCartney's "Memory Almost Full" (from 2007) is a kick butt sounding CD must have which runs in total length of 51:25. I bought the special edition which has 3 more bonus tracks as well as the DVD concert. The song "Ever Present Past" reminds me of The Beatles 1967 song "Baby, You're A Rich Man". The song "Only Mama Knows" reminds me of Wings 1974 song "Junior's Farm". The song "You Tell Me" at the beginning of the song reminds me of The Beatles "Revolution 9"!! There is 20 seconds of silence during the start of the bonus tracks. The bonus track "In Private" is an instrumental song which rocks!! It's too bad that it only shows the 2 lyrics to "Dance Tonight" & "Ever Present Past". Matt
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    There is 1 more CD to go & that is The Raspberries "Refreshed" (6 song EP with Dave Smalley, Wally Bryson & Scott McCarl but NO Eric Carmen though). Hopefully by Monday, June 18 & I will report on that CD. Matt
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    I don't think we will ever understand what is involved depression/mental health problems. I just pray people who struggling will remember they are loved. Maybe not in the right color or flavor, at the right time. But they are loved.
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    CNN's Anthony Bourdain has committed suicide at 61 years old. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Bourdain
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    Cassidy's final days Monday night at 9:00 on A&E. (2 hour show)
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    So... Anyone else besides me going to Cleveland to see The Choir in November? Tim https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1675780?utm_medium=api
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    I've always been a John Miles fan. He had a few low charting songs here in the US (Highfly, Remember Yesterday and Slow Down). He's huge in the UK. His symphonic pop UK hit "Music" blows me away every time I hear it. As does this! Here he is doing ABM late last year with pianist Emily Bear. Both of them nail it!! Dave
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    So...Annie's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! 😜 Bernie
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    Eric Carmen is singing the duet with Janey called "Only Time Will Tell". Eric was looking for a duet partner for WINTER DREAMS album. Guitarist Bruce Gaitsh suggested Janey Clewer. She is singer, songwriter, composer and Bruce Gaitsch’s wife. Eric liked Jenny’s singing voice and chose his duet partner. After the recording Eric told Jeney, how much should I pay for you?. Janey asked sing for her album instead of the reward, and "Only Time Will Tell" was born.
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    Short but sweet:
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    The Partridge Family was really one of the first groups that I fell in love with. I didn't care how uncool it was. I didn't care that they were a made for TV group. All I cared about was the music, and they were quality pop songs that in most cases were sung by Cassidy to perfection. Great voice. Good comdedic actor too. Blood Brothers played in Heshey way back when and I really regret that I couldn't see it.
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    I loved the guy. A great singer, a really underrated actor. "I´ll meet you halfway" is one of my all time favorite songs. He was also really good and funny as Keith Partridge....., his interplay with Danny, Susan Dey, Mom Partridge, Ruben etc was entertaining as heck. Just an extremely likable guy who will be missed. RIP Señor David Cassidy. James
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    I never watched the Partridge family, but only recently did I know that David and Shirley were the only ones performing. He was a great talent.
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    One of my favorites from The Partridge Family "Alone Too Long" (from 1973 "Bulletin Board").
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    Terribly sad. One of my favorite singers. Really underrated because of the teenybopper thing. But, what a voice! RIP, David. Bernie
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    www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHYd8Kchr8s Enjoy!! Matt
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