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My Rockin' Chair

by Doug Brucher

Boomer Rock - Baby Boomer Rock & Roll that addresses getting older, lifestyle adjustments, retirement and staying active.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. My Rockin' Chair
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2. Let My Music Play
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3. TMI - (Too Much Information)
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4. Living In The Shadow
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5. Upstate NY Redneck
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6. 50 Years From Now
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7. Accept It
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8. Never Too Old
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9. Standing In Line
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10. Hopin For A Hummer
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11. Can't Live This Way
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12. 10 Years Pop
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Music has been the passion of my life ever since I attended a wedding reception back in 1957 at age 10. There was a 3-piece rock & roll combo playing and I can still remember the drummer who thunder-struck me as being the coolest guy on this planet. Drums have been a part of my life ever since and I've enjoyed playing countless gigs with so many great bands over the last 5 decades.

I moved from Upstate NY to California in 1969 after college to take a job as an engineer - from which I've recently retired. Along the way I got married, raised two kids, bought an old guitar, learned how to play C-F & G chords, collected other music stuff, and set up a studio in my house.

Here it is 50 years later and I finally have the time and the tools to create my first CD music album.
I call my music "Boomer Rock" because it talks to the life and times issues we of the so-called "Baby
Boomer" generation face in today's society.

Don’t be Sittin …… Keep Rockin!

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