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Category: Warner Brothers

"Body Surfing With the Jet Set"

“Body Surfing With the Jet Set”: Anyone for Beach Bums?

The words of Rod McKuen and music of Anita Kerr effortlessly intertwine on this breezy romp through the Pacific Coast of one’s mind: “Body Surfing With the Jet Set” by The San Sebastian Strings    1970 “Body Surfing With the Jet Set” serves, fittingly, as side one’s closing track of

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"Look at My Face"

Hey, Everybody – Look at Alan Price’s Face

Alan Price gets an intoxicating sound out of his trusty synthesizer on this lovely track from 1974’s Between Today and Yesterday on Warner Brothers: “Look at My Face”     Alan Price     1974 If The Who’s anthemic “Baba O’Reilly” is – as Dave Marsh once stuffily proclaimed – the first

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