More Education For 106.7 FM San Antonio’s Laughing Stock Rock Station

Carlos Santana was mentored by the late great Tito Puente, who supposedly is the ‘father of salsa’.

This song was actually written by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

No CCR played on San Antonio’s Classic Rock The Eagle?
I don’t know ’bout the rest of you, but for me, CCR defines classic rock…but that’s just me. What say you?

What’s a classic rock station without Steppenwolf?

You guys at The Eagle gettin’ this? See? Education can be fun.


2 thoughts on “More Education For 106.7 FM San Antonio’s Laughing Stock Rock Station

  1. Lot of Nam era tunes there. All good stuff. The time of protest songs. A bit of trivia for you about the Turtles and one of the biggest protest songs of the era. The Byrds were offered “Eve Of Destruction” by P.F.Sloane but they rejected it. The Turtles did a recording of it shortly before it was released by Barry McGuire. Not a bad version. They were actually a bit harder edged before they did a lot of their pop tunes. “It Ain’t Me Babe” is their best known example and one of my faves. My all time favorite Turtles’ tune was another penned by P.F.Sloane. “Let Me Be”. Pretty much how I felt back in the day and still do.

    Which reminds me of a Kinks’ tune:

    Sung by Dave Davies instead of Ray.

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