Rollin' On The River with Kenny Rogers and The First Edition:
Not being very techie, I was very impressed to learn that we could restore and preserve this historic 1970s classic television series by transferring the old 2 inch tape, called quad format to digital format, which improves the picture and sound quality.
If you enjoy the Rock n' Roll and R&B music of the '60s and '70s, you will enjoy the "Remember" DVD. We have received many, many glowing reviews from the entertainment press. Many of these reviews are posted on the http://www.rememberthe70s.com/ web site.
Wow, that's close to me. I ride my bike there and back on weekends... We have this bike trail about a mile from my house that goes up to Moraga... (Home of St. Mary's College and the Gaels).. Do you ever come up and visit her?
oh, I'm in bed with a bad head cold as of last night. The plane back from an important conference really did me in. I'm now a jolly whatever fellow of the association of geriatric dentists. FAGD. Josh thinks it's the most ridiculous bunch of initials possible. I reminded him of my Bachelor's of Fine Dentistry, a purely self-awarded distinction meant to set off my one other degree. Anyway, enough joking. All love. j
Hi, Tom! I miss you! I hope that you're planning good stuff for the 16th this year and not working through your birthday. I'll call and annoy the crap out of your answering machine by singing... Passing along much love.. remember, as David would say, to achieve the horrible!!! j
"Thank you. It's sad they both passed away and in the same year. I wonder were they lived when they became ill? I went to Cheremoya on Franklin Ave. 6th grade. Class of 1963. I posted Paul's obituary on the Facebook page, "You know you…"
A minor addition. Some kids in the Nichols Canyon area went to Valley View Elementary. That could be where Paul and Laura Yates went because their house was near Mulholland. But I truly do not know. "
"Vicky Valentine: I assume Paul Yates was in your class at both Le Conte (1966) and Hollywood (1969). He most likely was in the summer (June graduation) classes. The family lived in Nichols Canyon. Kids there went to Gardner Street Elementary.…"