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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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My Lost Treasure: R.E.M.

(Don't Go Back To) Rockville was the third song I ever heard from R.E.M., I think.  And I believe it was the song that made me totally love R.E.M.

At the time, I had no idea that R.E.M. would become so big, or that Michael Stipe would go through so many weird phases

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My Lost Treasure: Bruce Springsteen

It's hard to believe that Bruce Springsteen's Born To Run album turns 40 this year.  Hard to believe, and it makes me feel incredibly old.

I still remember being a kid, getting the mail out of the mailbox, and seeing his picture on the cover of Time

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My Lost Treasure: Simon And Garfunkel

I've been a fan of Simon and Garfunkel since I was a little girl.  In fact, I think I own their whole library of music.

The great songwriting, the amazing harmonies...what's not to like?  Maybe how hard it is to decide which song I should feature today

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My Lost Treasure: David Bowie

Every once in a while I remember how much I love David Bowie.  Seriously, I always forget about artists I love because there are so many.

Today, it was David Bowie that came to mind.  And this song from Aladdin Sane that I haven't heard in years

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