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I've got one more song about Kids Growing Up and Leaving Home, my favorite- saving the Best For Last!
After that, I'll play a snippet from a show I did in 2006, the only time the day of a show fell on my Birthday- and I tried to be cute, something I should never do, lol!
Then the next step in The Cycle Of Life, we move Kicking and Screaming into Middle Age.
Hey, it happens!
So join me, there's more good Music in this Chapter.
Next week, let's Grow Old Together!
Here are the links to the Middle Of The Road I Guess, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
At Podomatic:
At Soundcloud:

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Comment by RJhog (Admin) on January 22, 2015 at 7:49pm

Of course!

Comment by Mike Pell on January 22, 2015 at 9:17am
You told me, and I am lazy too but I can't find my comments back, lol!
Only misspelling was Child's Song by Tom Rush, and that is the gem in there.
Old has been ruined for me because I can no longer take the koran as a valid book will all the killing around the world- I'll probably never play it again.
Interesting to go back and hear you thought Younger Men Get Older was by Van Morrison, instead of Richie Havens.
Spelling alert, it's Fred Neil, lol!
I wonder if Johnny Cash ever got around to The Other Side Of This Life in those last recordings of his, I haven't come across it and I listen to Johnny a lot.
I can tell you The Other Side Of This Life  was done surprisingly by the early Jefferson Airplane, good friends with him, and did his songs or mentioned Fred in THEIR songs!
House At PoohNEIL Corner for one! 
It is Too Old To R&R, Too Young To Die by Jethro Tull- listening now I realize I never said it.
Thanks for the listen and writing...again, but it's worth it it right, lol?
Comment by RJhog (Admin) on January 20, 2015 at 8:08pm

I may have forgotten to mention that I have just been copying my original comments for each of these parts.  That continues here because, quite simply, I'm lazy.  But I have been re-listening to each part.

This was a "sounds like" show for me. I'll explain later.

I loved the first 3 songs. "Child song" by Tom Rush (never heard), "Old" by Paul Simon (never heard) and one I have heard, "Touch Of Grey" by The Grateful Dead (possibly a couple of mis-spellings there). The Paul Simon song was freaky good. I loved the little history lesson abouth the age of the earth and God.

Now, for my first comment. I could have sworn that "Younger Men Get Older" was Van Morrison, not Richie Havens. Also, the Fred Neal song (The Other Side Of This Life) sounds like it would be a great Johnny Cash song.

And finally, sort of in this same category, is the song "Too Old To R&R, Too Yound To Die" a Jethro Tull song? Since I completely missed the other two, I figured I had better ask.

Comment by Mike Pell on January 17, 2015 at 3:04pm
That was me being cute talking over The Who, and when they sang It's a boy Mrs. Walker, I yelled Mrs. Pell.
Get it now, lol?
Wait, the first part of this part is now your favorite part in the series?
Not the other part you said was, this is the one?
Or the second part of the other part?
And all of this I am stealing from Groucho and Chico, lol!
Thanks for the listen and writing,
Comment by Jon on January 15, 2015 at 7:45am

This one isn't familiar, at least I don't think it is. I don't remember listening to you talking over The Who and asking why so I'm going to ask why were you talking over The Who? You could talk over Bruuuuuuuce, I wouldn't mind that at all, but I really don't mind that you talked over The Who but am just wondering WHY?????

This part is now my favorite set in the series. Not the other part I said was. This is the one.

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