Today for the Yearbook we’re taking a look back at 1970! It was an exciting year for music overall. The Who recorded Live at Leeds, Black Sabbath put heavy metal on the map, and Led Zeppelin had
Things from our Brain
1977! Fleetwood Mac released Rumours to critical and commercial success. Intentional Times claimed that “punk is dead”. And Chuck E. Cheese really took off on the back of an anthropomorphic mouse.
1983 was great for a number of reasons. Billy Idol released some really great music! The internet was born! The 3D printer was invented! You’d think at this point they’d be more accessible.
Mike and Meghan talk about the Macho Man Randy Savage rap album, Be A Man!
Today we’re looking back at 1990. Fashion was terrible. Movies weren’t that great either. And one of the first computer worms was released into the wilds of the internet.
I know when to go out. And when to stay in. Get things done.
The year on the Yearbook today is 1987. Whitesnake released an album named after the year, so you know it was good. Plus, the NASDAQ stock exchange ran into some issues, which is always fun.
Has he thoughts within his head?
Today we once again look back at 1974. The Rubik’s Cube was a big deal, and everyone knows that one person that can solve it in under a minute as a party trick. That person isn’t very
She rather handsome, we kinda looked the same.
She’s driving away with the dim lights on.
1986 was a great year… Jay Stevens had yet to be unleashed upon the adult world because he was spending more time in high school studying his future tribute, Bon Jovi, than actual school. That probably has
1979 was a big year for music, UNICEF, and Nickelodeon!
We’ll ride them someday.
Mike and Meghan talk about bad Uber reviews again!
Today on the Yearbook: 1975! Computers were finally becoming a thing! David Bowie was at the height of his career! An American woman became a Roman Catholic Saint (whaaaat?!).
Take a straight and stronger course.
Let’s take a look back at 1988! Poison was a really big deal! The band… not actual poison. You could buy pork chops for 40 cents a pound! A historic theatre was uncovered by archaeologists in London!
Beyond the gilded cage.
Today we’re looking at 1971! You could buy a stamp for 8 cents. Wait… isn’t that still the price of stamps? When was the last time I mailed a letter? It was also a particularly good year
We got a thousand points of light.
1974: a year of scandal, oil crises, and experimental time changes.
Baby don’t you wanna come with me?
Check out Angus with Guns N Roses!
Today for the Yearbook we’re taking a trip back to 1980. Pac-Man was released! So was The Empire Strikes Back! Also, an NFL team made some pretty impressive strides.
Mike and Meghan talk about One Star Uber Reviews!
Takes the wheel when I’m seeing double.
Had an incredible lunch with Charlie Jackson who did radar in the Navy during WWII. Then he went on to work on TVs and radios so we had a lot in common. Thank you so much for
Today we’re looking back at 1969. Gas was 35 cents a gallon. You could buy an entire new car for a little over $3,000. Ohio was introduced to a restaurant with a logo that looks suspiciously like
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
1984 was a great year for metal bands… both real and fictitious.
Fall mountains, just don’t fall on me.
Check out the awesome videos from the Cave Summerfest
1976! The Eagles released Hotel California! We sent a lot of stuff into space! The Blues Brothers unofficially debuted on SNL!
There’s just no place for a street fighting man.
Today for the Yearbook we’re looking back at 1970! We’ll hear music from Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, Paul McCartney, and John Lennon! That’s TWO of the four Beatles! It was also a great year for Top
1981! Joan Jett released Bad Reputation. Great! Major League Baseball went on strike. Not so good. The Supreme Court reached a new milestone. Very, very good!
Today for the Yearbook we’re looking back at 1971! We’ll listen to an entire album side from the Allman Brothers Band, hear some stuff from Jethro Tull, and talk about the escapades of D.B. Cooper. Plus, you’ll
When the summer’s gone, She’ll be there standing by the light.
No time for dancing, or lovey dovey, I ain’t got time for that now.
The Chase is better than the Catch.
Hello Mary Lou Goodbye heart.
She wanted truth but all she got was lies.
Today we look back at 1980! Journey! Bob Seger! Pat Benetar! And stock market crashes (which is not so good news, I guess).
They climbed aboard their starship and headed for the skies.
The year on the Yearbook today is 1969! A year of music festivals, protests, and good music. One of the Beatles made headlines for a very specific kind of protest, as well…