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About LobsterLvr

  • Birthday 03/09/1955

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  • Westport, CT
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    Creative Director/Copywriter (Advertising)
  • Favorite Eric Carmen Album
    Tonight Your MIne
  • Favorite Eric Carmen Song
    All For Love

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  1. I'm one of the lucky ones: 1. Raspberries V2.0, December, 1974 Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, Mass 2. Dirty Dancing Tour, PNC Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ 3. Ringo's All Starr Band, 2000, New Brunswick, NJ 4. Raspberries Reunited: Cleveland's HOB, NYC's BBKings (2x), and NYC's Highline Ballroom Dave
  2. Thanks for the Westport shout-out...and for writing me into the story. BTW, if Eric and Wally had tried the next house the storyline would have been much different....
  3. I only need 3347 more posts to achieve my next level!
  4. I only need 3348 more posts to achieve my next level!
  5. I only need 3349 more posts to achieve my next level!
  6. Top 5: 1. I'm Scared (such a wonderful song, in every way) 2. You Saved My Soul 3. I Will Play A Rhapsody 4. Stand Tall 5. Break It To Them Gently.
  7. put me down for next year's contribution. :-)
  8. Welcome to your Brand New Year, Eric! Stay well and enjoy! Dave
  9. Regarding Keith Barbour's version of "Everything": I've always loved it...until today. Now, all I hear is Adam Sandler singing the song!!
  10. Sure would be interesting to hear what Eric thinks of his beloved Cleveland Indians' name change? It gets a raspberry from me. Dave
  11. that's the word I was looking for!
  12. I'm not sure if I'm sure if I love or hate this. https://sowndhaus.audio/track/19803/hungry-eyes-in-the-sky-dj-a-bbic-2021-valentines-mashup Dave
  13. In the winter 1978 I worked as a weekend overnight announcer at "FM 93 WNTQ" in Syracuse. It was a 'beautiful music' station. The station sat at the end of a dead end road in a frozen snow-covered marshy field on the outskirts of town. I remember Ray Conniff's ABM popping up on the playlist and, if you had happened to drive down that dead end road at 3AM that sub-zero Syracuse night, and looked in the window of the broadcast booth, you probably would have caught me singing along while conducting the world's largest make-believe orchestra...all by myself
  14. congrats on getting closer to 3 mil !!
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