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1966 was sunny by all accounts, it only rained in London, and only in psychedelic amounts, the money flowed like Kool-Aid through the new suburban economy, our parents told their parents something something peace and harmony. When does wanting the feeling to last become being stuck in the past? I just want it to last. Born into a family, embroidering the family crest, we were well-provided for, as my sister will attest, we had the best of everything of everything they sell at Sears, we lived next door to communists who worked as civil engineers. How do you understand something so vast when all of it changes so fast? I just want it to...Last night as I lay dreaming that I had finally fallen asleep, I pray the Lord to dig the Beatles, I pray the Stones my soul to keep. We live among the relics of the gently handled mysteries, we buy and sell the cue cards from a thousand family histories, I don't receive the news feeds or the text alerts that coincide, when I want to know what's up I play another album side. When does wanting the feeling to last become being stuck in the past? I just want it to...Last night as I lay dreaming that I had finally fallen asleep, I pray the Lord to dig the Beatles, I pray the Stones my soul to keep.
Milk Carton Superstars are the songwriting team of Guy Larmay (guitar, bass) and Jim Myers (vocals, drums) doing a fair
approximation of a rock & roll band. People generally like them. They’ve written, recorded and released 93 songs since 2009. Most are made of guitars, drums and some reasonable words. MCS are often joined on stage by bassist Jeff Boyce and violinist Jennie Landau....more