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My Lost Treasure: Fleetwood Mac

I was so happy when I heard Christine McVie was reuniting with Fleetwood Mac. It never felt the same without her. She's a huge talent and an important addition to the lineup.

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My Lost Treasure: Hot Tuna

I'm a fan of Jefferson Airplane, but I'm happy Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady went off to form Hot Tuna.  I've been a fan of Hot Tuna for years, and I got to see them front row at The Bardavon a while back

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My Lost Treasure: David Johansen

David Johansen has gone through so many re-inventions...from The New York Dolls to Buster Poindexter. Which is so weird, because they were so far from each other...my Mom like Buster, but the New York Dolls?  Not so much

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My Lost Treasure: Steve Miller Band

It's Monday, and lots of people are feeling the Monday Blues.  So I figured I'd pick a bluesy kind of song for tonight.

Mercury Blues was written way back in 1948, but tonight's version is from Steve Miller's 1976 album Fly Like An Eagle

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My Lost Treasure: Jeff Beck And Rod Stewart

My friend Victor came to our house the other day with a big surprise for us.  He got us tickets to see Jeff Beck at UPAC April 21. Wow...what a gift...thanks Victor!

We got to see Jeff Beck a few years ago at UPAC, and it was one of the best shows I've ever seen

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My Lost Treasure: Bob Dylan

Say what you will about Bob Dylan, but there's no denying that he's an amazing songwriter.  I actually love the way The Byrds , The Band, and The Turtles do Dylan covers.  But I also love Dylan doing Dylan

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My Lost Treasure: Iggy Pop

Today is my Dad's 85th birthday...Happy Birthday Dad!  He doesn't act 85, and he thinks Sharon Stone is beautiful, but a little too old for him.  He's been charming the ladies for as long as can remember

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My Lost Treasure: Band Of Gypsies

What could be better than hearing Jimi Hendrix?  How about Jimi Hendrix with Buddy Miles and Billy Cox?  Band of Gypsies was just awesome...and we got a good one for you tonight.

Them Changes was written by Buddy Miles

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My Lost Treasure: Warren Zevon

Tonight's lost treasure is a song I knew nothing about when I first played it back in the 80s right here on 101.5 WPDH.  I just knew it was on a Warren Zevon album and it was really cool.

Turns out it was written by Allen Toussaint and recorded by Ernie K

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My Lost Treasure: The Grateful Dead

I've always been a fan of The Grateful Dead.  I love the music and own several albums. Some people would call me a Deadhead, but I'm not nearly as dedicated (or deadicated hahaha) as a true Deadhead.

I've been to some Dead shows, but I've never traveled more than a couple of hours to one

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