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KillgoreTrout On December - 29 - 2012

Well folks, we’ve made one more trip around the sun. The old gives way to the new once again. 2012 is over and 2013 is about to begin. So break out the bubbly, get a New Year’s dinner ready, gather round some close friends and declare, out with the old and in with the new.

This thread is about the future and the past, songs about time, songs of the old and songs of the new. It’s been a crazy year, filled with some bad and some good. So here’s hoping that 2013 will be a good year for us all and for the world.


Categories: Music, Music Thread

Written by KillgoreTrout

Once a wander, working vagabond, fellow traveler on this 3rd stone from the sun. Hurtling through space and time. Lover of books (especially the classics), all kinds of books from novels, poetry, essay collections, fiction and nonfiction and a big Kurt Vonnegut fan. I am a secular humanist and technically an atheist.....Taoist.

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  1. Happy 2013! Good Bye 2012! Pop the corks folks!

  2. LFer says:

    Al Stewart -- Time Passages

  3. LFer says:

    The Byrds -- “Turn! Turn! Turn!”

  4. LFer says:

    Shangri-Las -- Past, Present And Future

  5. LFer says:

    Time Warp -- Rocky Horror Picture Show

  6. LFer says:

    Ambrosia -- Holding On To Yesterday

  7. LFer says:

    Ambrosia -- Time Waits For No One

  8. AdLib says:

    Reelin’ in the Years -- Steely Dan

    Tomorrow’s Girls -- Donald Fagen

    These Are the Days -- 10,000 Maniacs

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