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  • Thanks for sharing! Seems a fair bit of myself seems to echo your own experiences. My parents were born in the late 40s and, though they never really collected music, were always fans of the classics. Growing up in Saskatchewan, we only had four channels and one of them was French haha. The Sunday Morning Sockhop was a big fixture in our house and Dad was always playing the Beach Boys, Mamas and the Papas, Elvis, Waylon Jennings, and classic Stones; his Ed Sullivan Show collection is perhaps his most prized possession. He's quite a bit older now but has recently discovered satellite radio and internet streaming so he's listening to more music than ever at 70 years old. Thanks again for listening!

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  • Hey thanks a lot for the comment! I've never had someone tell me their mom would enjoy my album but you seem to have the life experience to make it truly sincere. Thank you so much!

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  • joegroovydude

    kids would be better off listening to your stuff than what they call music today, great music!!...jgd

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  • quizkid

    Well, I checked out your Facebook page. Seems like I supported other comparisons of your music.  Mom graduated in 1960 - the year I was born.  So she's a kid of the 50's, which is why I think I immediately related to your music.  I heard it growing up as my mom was an avid record collector (from rummage sales/give-a-ways).  Our choices of radio stations were pretty limited in SW Minnesota - country/50's. ; The Old Man is a huge Hank Williams fan (and other similar country singers).  We had access to 2 TV stations - when the TV worked.  So I grew up listening to my parents musical tastes - a lot.  In the car or house they always were listening to music.  In the car you absolutely did not touch the radio dial.  I don't screw around when it comes to music - especially on FeedBands.  Not to say I ain't a smart ass.  I respect and appreciate what musicians do - even if their musical style is not in line with mine.  Good luck!  I'll keep listening to your album - it's growing on me.  The time to stop bucking and respect my parents music may be over.  Isn't that what kids do - even @ 58 yrs old?  I tend to Ramble On  - so I'll shut up.

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    Steig

    Steig

    Thanks for sharing! Seems a fair bit of myself seems to echo your own experiences. My parents were born in the late 40s and, though they never really collected music, were always fans of the classics. Growing up in Saskatchewan, we only had four channels and one of them was French haha. The Sunday Morning Sockhop was a big fixture in our house and Dad was always playing the Beach Boys, Mamas and the Papas, Elvis, Waylon Jennings, and classic Stones; his Ed Sullivan Show collection is perhaps his most prized possession. He's quite a bit older now but has recently discovered satellite radio and internet streaming so he's listening to more music than ever at 70 years old. Thanks again for listening!

    joegroovydude

    joegroovydude

    what type of music is your kid playing? couldn't find it. a dad like you must have had a lot of influence on him. i'm loving steig.

  • quizkid

    I really like the "waa waa waa waa" in the background of Got My Eyes On You. My mom would really like your album. It took me back to 1965 +/- when mom would stack 4-5 lps on the record player and clean house.

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    Steig

    Steig

    Hey thanks a lot for the comment! I've never had someone tell me their mom would enjoy my album but you seem to have the life experience to make it truly sincere. Thank you so much!