5/02/2006

Bobby Lightfoot's A Sad Day For Rock 'n' Roll Number 1 Of A Series

October 2, 1967: Dave Matthews is born.

May 17, 1972: Robert Plant is given a copy of "The Hobbit"

November 8, 1973: Madonna has first orgasm. In church.

December 21, 1974: Gene Simmons quits day job.

June 14, 1971: First Hard Rock Cafe opens in London.

April 26, 1980: Sting discovers Jung's Modern Man In Search Of A Soul.

July 30, 1984: Yamaha DX7 keyboard released.

January 6, 1987: George Harrison smokes "that" cigarette.

July 12, 1987: Crash Test Dummies discover XTC.

4 Comments:

Blogger fgfdsg said...

DX7's give me School Music Class flashbacks - can't stand the sound, yet for some reason any keyboard you buy seems to have a patch emulation of its crap sound - and it wasn't even good crap, in a cheap 'n cheesy Farfisa way.

Let it die people - surely there can't be that many keyboardists still wanting to play Van Halen's 'Jump' in this day and age. (My vote for the worst keyboard part of the last 25 years that people consider good for some unexplained reason).

4:39 PM  
Blogger The Viscount LaCarte said...

Your list is flawless.

8:05 PM  
Blogger Bobby Lightfoot said...

And furthermore, most respected Mssr. Le Viscomte:

My flaw is listless.

8:15 PM  
Blogger AssParrot said...

August 13, 1987: Kangol begins exports to Great Britain and a young Jamiroquai discovers Stevie Wonder.

5:54 PM  

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