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This is it, the Last Chapter of our big look at Spring and some of the things that come with it.
And of course, it would be incomplete without a nod to those Green Thumb Folks who anxiously wait for Spring to get out into their Garden.
After a brief trip back to my Folk Music Roots, an epic Rock & Roll song whose title sounds like Latin but I can assure you it is not.
I took Latin for 3 ain't that!
As always, I hope you enjoyed this Series as much as I did presenting it.
Happy Spring, Happy Mothers Day this weekend...and Dominus Vobiscum, lol!

Here are the links to listen, and get into that Garden for one Final Spring Activity, at Mike Pell Rockollections:

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Comment by RJhog (Admin) on May 9, 2013 at 4:24pm

Wow, so only 4 songs?  And what a contrast that I really dug.

The first 3 songs are all good and they are all quite folky and fun.  And the Golden Pell goes to Johnny Horton.  Springtime In Alaska was great (I think the title was longer than that, but that's okay).   The other two were nice too, especially that Donovan song.

The it changed up big time with In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly.  I read the song's background on Wikipedia while listening.  What a great way to come up with that title.    I almost gave this one the GP because I've never heard the full version, but alas, I didn't.  It was great to hear it though.

Super closer bro.

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