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It's a hormonal thing- an increase in energy, vitality and sexual appetite.
And it's Spring Fever!
Come on, we've all felt it!
In recognition of gender equality, women get it too, and can be the aggressors.
But naturally I come at this from the perspective of a guy- nothing I can do about that.
And in Spring, the Ladies are showing more skin.
Providing me with the single best reason to take pleasure in the Season, lol!
Skirts, dresses, legs, sexy clothes...what's not to enjoy?
And Music for it all!
Male or female, I think you'll like this Chapter.
Here are the links to listen and check out the Flirty Skirts in Spring, at Mike Pell Rockollections:

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Comment by Mike Pell on April 26, 2013 at 4:32am


Sounds like you got the hots for her- she was pretty good looking.

Alright, I hear something that might to certain unnamed people, sound remotely disco-y, lol!

You're SURE you're not lying, lol!?

Comment by Jon on April 23, 2013 at 4:56pm

OOoooooh. I'm going to have to hunt her down. Right at the beginning of the sound there is a sound effect that makes it sound disco-y. Listen to it dammit! I ain't lying!  It's only for a second or two, but it's there.

Comment by Mike Pell on April 23, 2013 at 12:55pm
What planet am I on and what century is it, lol?
Now that you mention it, Howard Emerson does sound kind of pervy.
I am one too, lol!
As for Rock And Roll Clothes, I didn't hear any disco at the beginning- were you distracted, or maybe having an RJ hot dog?
I agree about the Runaways though.
Marshall Chapman, you got the name right.
And she does play like that, she's a rocker!
Very smart too, went to Vanderbilt and has written books.
I can see you and her together enjoying the Spring, lol!
Thanks for the listen and writing, liking it, and letting me get you interested,
Comment by Mike Pell on April 23, 2013 at 12:27pm
Gee, I'm not sure about the impression, but given your history, I gotta say Jon, lol!
I know it made me go back and figure out what I played!!
You didn't like the third song, which would have been Flirty Skirt- a song I thought you might have picked for a Golden Pell.
Thought the acoustic guitar might win you over.
Hey wait...a hot dog, without ketchup and mustard, but with mayo and lettuce?
Here in NYC, never ketchup on a hot dog (although some crazies and foreigners do, lol!) only mustard- mayo is inconceivable, lol!
And lettuce...lettuce???
Not sauerkraut or hot onions...lettuce?
You know what lettuce tastes like?
Golden Pell to Orleans, my other choice for you and a great song, deserving if you've never heard it before.
I simply didn't think of Townshend!
But I am thinking of Slit Skirts!
Thanks for the listen and writing, but please go back to being RJ...or even JR, lol,
Comment by Jon on April 22, 2013 at 5:05pm

Zowee! Me likey again. I've heard most of these songs except for Howard Emerson, and that was from 2004? Sounded older and the guy sang like he was a complete perv. NOT THAT THERE'S ANYTHING WRONG WITH THAT!

"Rock And Roll Clothes" was good, it started of right at the beginning with a disco-y sound and the started to sound like The Runaways. Marshall Chapman? Is that name right? Really like this song, does she play the rock most of the time? I'm a bit interested...

Comment by RJhog (Admin) on April 22, 2013 at 11:46am

Mike, guess who I'm doing an impression of...

Liked the first two songs...a real 70's feel.

Didn't like the third song...a real 00's feel.

Back to the 70' it.

And the 60's to it.

...and then I had a hot dog, without ketchup and mustard, but with mayo.  And lettuce.

Impression aside, nice show.  I like the oldies feel to it.  Golden Pell to Orleans.  I'm surprised you didn't play Townshend's Slit Skirts.

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