Oh the eighties are calling!
Although it was my kid's years-at least the latter part, the music is as familiar to me as the sixties.
I hadn't heard this sing in years, possibly more than a decade, but as soon as I heard, "Our love is alive/and so we begin," I knew every word.Fun fact: Suzi Quatro played Pinky Tuscadero's sister (I think her name was Leather Tuscadero) on "Happy Days."
Oh, I had forgotten that but now I can picture her perfectly.
I've featured Quatro's work with her sisters in the Pleasure Seekers, and the metamorphosis of that band into Cradle and passage of members onto Fanny, fairly frequently on my blog...
Meanwhile, this would be '70s, no?
Yep, 1979.I'm a baby but I grew up listening to Suzi Q and developed a lifelong "obsession" if you will. LPs, magazines, biographies, T-shirts. She is and remains to this day my all-time favorite singer. Although I preferred her harder rockin' sounds (if you could call them that.) She was pretty hard for a chick back in the '70s. Devil Gate Drive is my favorite.
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