1. What I was doing in 1971? I wasn’t even born then!

    1. Wow! You missed it!

      1. Smiles. I can imagine!

  2. I was living in Detroit, listening to all the music of the times.

    1. That was the best time for R&B! Some of the best music came out of the 70’s (and the 60’s Motown/Tamala Records).

      1. Yes, Totally agree!

  3. Hi, and greetings from Sunny Sydney Australia. In 1971 I was living on the streets. One of my prized possessions was a small transistor radio; I believe that losing myself in the music helped me stay sane (or saner) It was such a pivotal time on the world stage.

    1. Greetings to you as well! I can so relate to what you’re saying here. As a child, music, especially the Motown music of the 60’s and 70’s, was a balm to my wounded heart. And yes, that was a very transitional time. Thank you so much for stopping by, and thank you for following me on Twitter! I’m looking forward to reading more of your story. Happy Mother’s Day!

      1. What a lovely response, thank you. I still lose myself in music. My muse works far harder when I have my favorite tunes playing in the background. I hope you had a lovely Mother’s Day.

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