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    When my son was in kindergarten, The teacher had each child stand up and sing their favorite song.

    Most kids sang "The wheels on the bus" or "Head shoulders, knees and toes" or other age appropriate songs

    My son starts belting out this



    My first Parent/teacher/Principal conference about age appropriate music

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    Malcolm wrote a lot of the great AC/DC riffs, either on his own or with little brother Angus. Happy to sit back & let others take the spotlight, but always there with a killer riff.

    Older brother George, who helped to start the band & produced their early albums died a few weeks ago. Tough time for the family.

    When I get a bit of time I'll do a proper tribute to this great musical family.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Grape View Post
    When my son was in kindergarten, The teacher had each child stand up and sing their favorite song.

    Most kids sang "The wheels on the bus" or "Head shoulders, knees and toes" or other age appropriate songs

    My son starts belting out this



    My first Parent/teacher/Principal conference about age appropriate music

    RIP Malcolm
    That is an excellent story Gunny.

    A couple of years back my brother took his then 8 year old son to his first ever rock concert - AC/DC. Good taste in music is the sign of a good parent. ;-)


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    This is Manchester



    "When people mention 'Pacific State', they often refer to the clarinet part without realising it's actually a sax, says musician, composer, producer and engineer Graham Massey. "I was the one who played it, and that was because there were a lot of jazz influences in what 808 State was creating at that time. That record didn't just come from the house scene; it also came from jazz fusion and exotica.

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    These guys are epic live



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