Feb 16·edited Feb 16Pinned

Final point: it wasn't the RNR music per se that was a danger to us -- but the drug culture associated with it. It didn't spread as widely in that society then as families were generally still close and strong, thankfully.

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Feb 16Liked by Teresa L

Just put on Reach Out. I remember my mom who loved Bacharach used to play it all the time. It still boggles my brain that these tunes used to pop on top 40 radio stations along with a most unusual and unpredictable assortment of other from every genre. I’d love to find a station somewhere that just runs playlists from the 1960’s. Besides being so much fun to listen to, they added incredible flavor color to what seemed like a very dull black and white world. Sometimes I feel so lucky to have grown up in such a setting. Can’t imagine what it’s like for kids today - not just getting confused by the Woke mentality or frightened by the masks and the rest of the pandemic insanity - but they have to listen to a lot of garbage (some of it with satanic undertones).

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I was singing one of his songs around the house just the other day, “what the world needs now is love sweet love. That’s the only thing that there’s just too little of...”

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