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A song from Harlan County, Kentucky in the 1930s sung by Pete Seeger:
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I like this group name below, for Hollow-weenie and for the upcoming US elections between giant douches and turd sandwiches (not including the 3rd party candidates and independents not yet ruined by money and power):
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Some pieces of live rock songs in 1980 is linked below.

(This is the year I started riding on the street, when I was 20 years old, on a 650cc parallel-twin Yamaha):
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I have this Pretenders Middle of the Road song on my little iPod, that I listen to during lunch while I walk. This is the studio version with lip synching, for a top of the charts TV show:
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Talking Heads live in 1980- the lead singer does sort of look like the Sheldon character on the Big Bang Theory TV show, but the female bass player is cuter than most, and I like their strange but good music:
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This is a video list for all the number 1 songs in the US on July 4, from 1955 to 2015, with a few seconds of sound for each one. I like the harder rock songs for each year, especially the 60s, 70s, and early to middle 80s:
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