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  1. Not sure if this was posted before, but this ran in England back in the spring and summer:
  2. There have been hundreds of great female singers in our time. Over the last 20 years, these two rise to the top for me. Canada's Jann Arden. Her only US hit was "Insensitive" in '94, but north of the border, she's an icon! And NJ's Nicole Atkins. No big hits, but what a voice!! - Dave
  3. One of my more recent hidden gems, from Paul and The Firemen (Electric Arguments CD). Gotta love those bells!!
  4. 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
  5. 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....
  6. I only need 3347 more posts to achieve my next level!
  7. I only need 3348 more posts to achieve my next level!
  8. I only need 3349 more posts to achieve my next level!
  9. 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.
  10. put me down for next year's contribution. :-)
  11. Welcome to your Brand New Year, Eric! Stay well and enjoy! Dave
  12. Regarding Keith Barbour's version of "Everything": I've always loved it...until today. Now, all I hear is Adam Sandler singing the song!!
  13. Sure would be interesting to hear what Eric thinks of his beloved Cleveland Indians' name change? It gets a raspberry from me. Dave
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. congrats on getting closer to 3 mil !!
  17. The voice is different, but he sure looks like Eric:
  18. consider me a lifetime member!
  19. In my post (18 years ago!) I mentioned hearing GATW for the first time on a gray AM radio. That particular radio is long gone, but I had such an affinity for it that, a few years ago, I hunted for a picture of it on line...and voila...there it was! A grayish green SEARS Silvertone AM Radio...exactly like my old one. I posted the pic on my FB page (with some fond memories of listening to one just like it). Within a day I had an Instant Message from Doug Preis (the voice of the Lucky Charms Leprechaun, and dozens of other characters, who I had worked with during my cereal commercial writing days). He told me a package would be arriving soon. Sure enough, 3 days later a grayish green SEARS Silvertone AM radio, exactly like the one from my childhood, arrived at my door. And it works! I've yet to hear GATW from its 50+ year old speakers, but I'll keep tuning in until I do! Dave (LobsterLvr)
  20. If we put a list together of how Eric's and the Raspberries' ALBUMS/CDs sold, (from the most to the least) what would that list look like? (excluding greatest hits and live compilation) Here's my guess: ERIC - Arista RASPBERRIES - Fresh RASPBERRIES - First RASPBERRIES - Starting Over ERIC - Change of Heart RASPBERRIES - Side 3 ERIC - Boats Against The Current ERIC - Geffen ERIC - Tonight Your Mine ERIC - Winter Dreams Any thoughts? Dave
  21. Kirk, I got Cindy to send me a full pic. I added it to the old shot. Yup...it's Eric's first solo band mates.
  22. A friend of mine (Cindy) just found this while cleaning out a closet. She worked at an Ithaca radio station back in the '70's. This must have been from one of Eric's first solo concerts up there in Central NY. Lot of familiar names. Note the date at the top. Dave
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