Thursday Night Open Thread

Being a radio DJ in the 70s meant I got to hear some really good music. And some really bad music. Queen was one of the strangest acts to burst on the scenes in the 70s, but some of their music is considered classic. I liked this one. It’s no Bohemian Rhapsody, but what else is? This was their follow-up to that classic song.

[The YouTube]

Now, it’s your turn. You control the conversation. You pick the topic. We’re ready to discuss it. It’s Thursday Night Open Thread.

What’s on your mind?

Send to Kindle
1 Star (Hated it)2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Awesome) (No Ratings Yet)


  1. Most underrated band of the 70s? Tough choice between …

    Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots
    Starland Vocal Band
    Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods

    On a serious note, I would say the Moody Blues, who should have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame long before 2018.


  2. Glenn Yarbrough, my favorite singer, was born in Milwaukee, January 12, 1930. Here he is singing a song that provides two of my e-mail addresses. It’s by John Stewart, written after the Kingston Trio broke up:



Leave a Reply