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If that cat could talk

Following up on Pete’s post on “Me and You and a Dog Named Boo,” here’s one from the great Hoyt Axton. (No, he wasn’t a rock artist. But Axton wrote “The Pusher” and “Snowblind Friend,” both recorded by Steppenwolf, and … Continue reading

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Sweet smoke

This rather sweet-sounding bit of folk rock is a sign of what was in the air in 1970: Just a gentle riff on being gently high — the oft-repeated title line is so overt that it is mildly surprising that … Continue reading

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