Lee Dorman, the bassist for the '60s rock band Iron Butterfly has died, The Los Angeles Times reports. He was 70.
Dorman was found dead Friday in a...read more
"IN-A-GA-DA-DA-VIDA POLKA" is a compound parody of Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" and Iron Butterfly's 1968 hit, "In-A-Ga-Da-Da-Vi-Da," plus accordian makes a confluence that brings back the 1960's, hence all the flared jeans, black lights, Doors posters, etc. that you see in the culture today. It had to happen. Nothing major has occured since the 1960's so we're recycling them, hoping to get something more going...by Loose Bruce Kerr, as featured on the Dr. Demento Show and Jim Bohannon Show on Mutual. Loose Bruce Kerr is also Assistant General Counsel for Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley where he produces and plays each instrument, sings each vocal one at a time in his garage studio. You can also get the high quality video w/ stereo sound and the mp3 stereo at his podcast site for free at: http://loosebrucekerr.libsysn.com
email Bruce at BKerrLaw@aol.com
From Syracuse, New York, “Brand New Sin” takes Dave back to his Saigon, Vietnam days and his love of “Hard Acid Rock”. These guys weren’t even born, but they inherited the likes of Led Zeppelin, Iron Butterfly and other greats of the era. These guys rock!
No, not the band 'Iron Butterfly'. But the options strategy. Quite possibly one of the best strategies for a sideways market.
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