Counter culture communes sprung up all over the country with people re learning how to live off the land.Tune in, turn on and drop out of society was not only suggested to the masses, but was justified by electronic media images of free living free loving people of all ages colors and faiths. This was a large problem for the long invisible overseers of humanity. They had always made changes subtly. They found that 4 generations was sufficient to removed "bad events" from the memories of men. Little do they know each race has been asked to contribute to the whole of Rock and Roll. Thus for the first time in human history something embraced everyone with equal vigor and excitement. There was Jethro Tull with his flute, Traffic with keyboards, Chicago with it's horns, and The Almond Brothers Double guitar leads, and Sly and the Family Stone with dance soul music. Country Rock came into being opening the Country Community to a unique blend of African rhythm and church melodies. Bachman-Turner Overdrive's 'Not Fragile' album was a swipe at the Yes album title 'Fragile'.
I will listen to your suggestions and hope the music will fill you with memories of great and wonderful times. Ok we I can't t think of anything else to say....so, I want everyone to spend a week in Yosemite, and to adopt two cats. Bye Bye.!!