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OverHillandDale
05-28-2011, 05:38 PM
In honor of the U.S.'s Memorial Day holiday, which is to take a moment to honor those that have served our country, I am going to feature three albums today to honor our warriors. And, please, let's honor all of our warriors, not just those in the U.S. Join in.

First up will be Jethro Tull's WAR CHILD from 1974.

The 2nd Album is the self-titled debut album from Jade Warrior. It was release in 1971.

And we'll finish up our salute with ROMANTIC WARRIOR from the Generals of Fusion; Return to Forever. This was release in 1976.

Personally, I am remembering and honoring my late father and uncle, as well as two of my brother-in-laws, and my Father-in-law. Thank you, gentlemen.

I do hope you enjoy.

Dale

ErikM
05-29-2011, 07:52 AM
What a pity, NO "Warrior on The Edge of time" by HAWKWIND ?

ErikM

OverHillandDale
05-29-2011, 02:44 PM
What a pity, NO "Warrior on The Edge of time" by HAWKWIND ?

ErikM

I did give them very serious consideration. Truly, I did. So if they just "happened" to be requested to play sometime around the show, it might be a wonderful accident (or coincidence). nudge, nudge, :winkies:, :winkies:, know what I mean.

OverHillandDale
06-01-2011, 10:19 AM
Bump

Don't miss the show on Friday night. It includes perhaps one of the finest fusion fidelity finds on the planet in RTF's Romantic Warrior.

See you on the radio.

dale

Ted
06-01-2011, 10:26 AM
Dale,
Thanks for the memorial. I remembered my Father, and 4 uncles.

Regards from Texas,
Ted

Diff_Drummer
06-01-2011, 10:48 AM
Dale,

Very fitting tribute. I of course honored my son who just returned from Afghanistan, along with my parents and my wifes parents who all served.

Diff_Drummer