The Legend-News

Monday, 2000 January 24 : Volume 3, Number 3

I'm coming off a mild case of influenza, and I'm still sneezing and coughing way too much. I'm grumpy, grouchy, and generally peeved. You have been warned.

You Wouldn't Know A Good Song If It Bit You On The (fill in blank)
If you're reading this page, you're probably a fan of C.W. McCall or you at least have an interest in learning about him. If you don't meet one of those criteria, why are you wasting your time here?

Curiously, some people take delight in listing the alledged 'Worst Songs of the 1970s'. And usually, 'Convoy' is on their list. For example,

I'm considering a new page myself: 'The Worst "Worst Songs of the 1970s" Lists List'.

But They Taught Me So Much
On an almost C.W. McCall-related note, here's an entry from Tom Heald's TEST PATTERNS, as printed in this week's -- 24 January 2000 -- issue of This Week at the TV Barn:

January 26: in 1979, society ends as we know it with the series debut of that awful moral sewer known as "The Dukes Of Hazzard." In the pilot episode, "One Armed Bandit," them Duke boys (Lukas and Beauregard) hijack Boss Hogg's shipment of illegal slot machines.

Coming Attractions
You may want to peruse the 24 May 1999 issue of The Legend-News. There's something in that issue that will apply to next week's edition...

Song A’ Th’ Week
Rage. Frustration. Pain. And that's just from my first two days of learning to play the guitar! Damn, I can't wait for calluses to develop on the fingers of my left hand. Those steel strings are hard!

Since I'm hurting, this seems like a good time to vent.

There Won't Be No Country Music (There Won't Be No Rock 'N' Roll)

(C.W. McCall, Bill Fries, Chip Davis)
From the album Wilderness.

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