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Seventies soundtrack:
Doody Epstein lives on a street in Boston.
He always wears those dorky scarves, bell-bottoms and Frye boots
(You had to have been there)

Cassie is his pal; she grew up next to Epstein.
She wears glasses but of course is beautiful and voluptuous
under her baggy obnoxious artsy clothes.
She always loved The Dood but she never knew it.

“Shocker” some blond goyem moves in on the block.
Doody is instantly infatuated with the aloof Rella.
Doody follows her about, bumping into tree branches,
falling over garbage cans (canned laughter).

Cassie doesn’t think she’s that cute.
“Its just those tight pink sweaters”

Epstein finally, with the help of the noble Cassie,
meets and smelts his way in with the ice princess.
He even gets to go to the Hampton Greens country club.
He is promptly dissed by Biff and Skill.

Rella falls for the Dood but her folks disparage.
Epstein walks all the way home from Hampton Greens.

Shuffling up his street the morose Epstein spots Cassie.
She, of course, is not dressed like a French soldier, for once.
She is wearing a sweater and some high boots, her glasses mysteriously gone.
Doody Epstein sees the error of his ways from half a block away.

Its fall the trees are half barren there is a chill in the air,
Doody Epstein puts his arm around Cassie’s soft round shoulder.
They turn their back and walk away she pecks him on the cheek.
She grabs his dorky scarf and wraps it around her other shoulder.
She pulls off his nebishey hat and pulls it tight over her (now) flowing long hair

Camera rises following an autumn leave flowing up to the sky…(whew)

Anyway this is the music that played while Epstein saw the error of his ways
And he ran up the street to Cassie’s waiting arms while all the neighbors cheered.
Peace
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Comments: 8
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Uploaded: Aug 22, 2005 - 03:55:37 PM
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2005 - 03:27:12 PM Last Played: May 16, 2019 - 04:43:06 PM
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Hardware:
Harmony guitar (over and over)
set one track to bass and even dubbed my own bass in. Put a head band on to do that and bobbed my head alot.
Software:
Garage Band
Comments
svenaxelson said 5111 days ago (August 22nd, 2005)
nice
Nice man...... Thats all I've got.
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8piscean8 said 5110 days ago (August 23rd, 2005)
I can picture it now
I can almost picture the knee high socks and the (sp) permed
afro. After reading the story I can kind of picture them
walking down the street as the sun sets. Interesting piece in
a good way.
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sky shoes said 5110 days ago (August 23rd, 2005)
Thanks
I'm glad you picked up the vibe. I couldn't get that scene (or scenes) out of my head. All those seventies love stories. Thanks for listening. i forgot to mention the cheers and the thunder came from I Movie.
Check out my latest song called Baby You Can Do Much Better Than Me
brutunz said 5107 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
good..
good job...
said 5105 days ago (August 27th, 2005)
great 70s vibe here
liked the layered guitars, wish the bass
was a little louder in the mix.
nice tune.

cheers

sky shoes said 5103 days ago (August 29th, 2005)
Round Bass
I built a a track and went into Real instruments and
created a bass track plucked away on my top four strings
of my six string. Maybe one day I'll get a real bass. I'll try
mixing it a little higher. Thanks Mr. Kachoolik.
Check out my latest song called Baby You Can Do Much Better Than Me
perceptualvortex said 5011 days ago (November 30th, 2005)
Koi
Hey this is cool! I'm liking the mutating lines and guitar playing. It's a flowy, meditative kind of 70's vibe. Nice going sky shoes.
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sky shoes said 5003 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
Stoked
Wow, Katchoolik and Perceptualvortex, the masters of my ipod. I am
honored thanks for listening.
Check out my latest song called Baby You Can Do Much Better Than Me
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