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old hippies music.

 

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Great tune In The Summer Time by Mungo Jerry it was 1970 I was only 7 years old, the Shes A Rainbow is another timeless classic.

Here is a great tune called Lets Eat by a band called Hatfield In The North this should be played to young girls who want to look like skeletons

 

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Very long music.

 

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Buena vibración para la semana

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Good vibration for the week

 

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This is a good one @R.G.S is 👌👍👊

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Another prisoner escaped the planet RIP Vaughn Benjamin http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/singer-vaughn-benjamin-is-dead_179061

There will be some who say the world is a little bit darker today without Vaughn Benjamin.

This is not true simply because he recorded around 70 albums providing a bright shining light to guide humanity to higher ground.

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