Classic Rock Memories

Monday was pop memories. Tuesday was female country music memories, and tomorrow will be male country music memories. Friday will be, as usual, a rock and roll party.

But what about today?

I get so involved with Top 40 music from the 50s, 60s and 70s that sometimes I get the urge to break free from that formula every once in a while … and today is one of those days.

Today it’s all about the “edgier” side of music memories. We’re playing classic rock!

Memories … That’s What We’re All About

Play buttons are on the left … Volume sliders are on the right

Classic Rock

Steve Miller Band – Talking Heads
Pink Floyd – The Who
Gerry Rafferty – Bob Seger
Guess Who – Jimi Hendrix

Comments (16)

  1. Rosa-Lee Gould

    Good Morning Ray, Ted & I went to/saw the wall at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. We enjoyed the classic rock medley today. As always, well done. Thank you for the music. 🙂

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Lee & Ted. I am very glad you enjoyed the medley!

  2. Jim

    Great classic rock mix. You don’t have to apologize to me about straying to this kind of music. It’s what I listen to when I’m not listening to your Memory Medleys!

    I loved it, Ray!

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Jim. I appreciate the positive feedback.

  3. Fred

    Nothing like a little classic rock!! I bet Marty and Karen might be up dancing!! Great tunes Ray!! Tomorrow is the big day so this has got me moving!! Just what I needed!! And I am Lovin the country side of you!!
    Love ya

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Fred.
      God be with you tomorrow, and always.❤

  4. Mary Helen Hawthorne

    Wasn’t familiar with most, but thanks for helping me widen my horizons
    Lived across the street from Steve Miller the summer of 71 in CA

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Mary Helen. Living across the street from Miller must have been different. He has never struck me as the most friendly person in the world.

  5. Nancy Garbati

    Jojo and I loved this one so much. She made me play it twice. LOL Thanks and have a great day!

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks Nancy and Jojo. Anything I can do to make Jojo dance! 🙂

  6. Donna Tillson-Bass

    I’m ashamed to say, the only song that I recognized was Pink Floyd, Thank you for playing songs that I didn’t know. I appreciate hearing new songs. You are the best, and it starts the days off right.

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Donna. No need to be ashamed. If you weren’t into that music back then, it’s understandable why they would be unfamiliar to you. Fr example, I have never been a fan of jazz music (and I never will be). If somebody posted 8 or 9 jazz “classics,” I wouldn’t recognize any of them. 🙂

  7. Pat Conant

    Expanding my horizons along with Mary Helen. Good to hear something different from time to time.

    1. Ray (Post author)

      I’m very glad you enjoyed it, Pat! 🥰

  8. Marty

    Absolutely loved this one Ray. As a fellow Jerry Rafferty fan you can’t incorporate his music too much in the medleys. Just a perfect mix of some tunes not often heard these days. I always learn something interesting from my fellow listener’s comments. Mary Helen was Steve Miller’s neighbor, what???

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed the medley, Marty! The only problem I have with playing Rafferty is if the song isn’t ‘Baker Street,’ then most listeners don’t recognize the song I play. But that’s okay, I can always justify playing his music since he had five Top 40 hits so they “count” as an educational move on my part. 🙂
      Mary Helen has always been a high-class individual!

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