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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    70s chicks were hot.

    Not that it matters.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Check out the Lawrence Welk shows from the early-mid 70's. The fashions were hilarious!!

    My oldest daughter (preschool age) used to love watching those reruns on the weekend. She liked the short songs and I got a kick out of the clothes.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckWoody View Post
    I'm guessing that I probably left the house in 1972 dressed in a similar fashion more than once.
    I just came across some photos at my parents' house of me waiting for the bus my first day of school in 1975. Plaid pants and a dark blue shirt. I'm like a mini-Jack Nicklaus.
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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated



    My buddy has these in his basement, the last owner left them. They are comfortable chairs. He will be receiving this in an email later, ha ha.




    I recognize this exact shirt. Either my Dad or one of my Uncles had it.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post


    My buddy has these in his basement, the last owner left them. They are comfortable chairs. He will be receiving this in an email later, ha ha.


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    I stayed at a beach house last month that had them as well.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Go to an Indie rock show and you'll see these fashions have indeed made a comeback. And it's a nightmare for those of us who actually grew up back then. Silly trendy kids.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by CrackerJack View Post
    Go to an Indie rock show and you'll see these fashions have indeed made a comeback. And it's a nightmare for those of us who actually grew up back then. Silly trendy kids.
    yup.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by CrackerJack View Post
    Go to an Indie rock show and you'll see these fashions have indeed made a comeback. And it's a nightmare for those of us who actually grew up back then. Silly trendy kids.
    Pretty much whatever was popular 30 years ago or so will be back in style in some manner.

    I am going to make myself a Beer can hat this winter so I am ahead of the curve.


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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    My daughter saw the DVD "A Concert for Bangladesh" and now, for Christmas, she wants a hat like Billy Preston wore. Big knit stocking-like cap that fit over a 70's-style 'fro that the brothers wore back in that day.

    I don't know where to begin to track something like that down.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
    My daughter saw the DVD "A Concert for Bangladesh" and now, for Christmas, she wants a hat like Billy Preston wore. Big knit stocking-like cap that fit over a 70's-style 'fro that the brothers wore back in that day.

    I don't know where to begin to track something like that down.
    They're "Tams" and they are pretty easy to get, I know women who used to sell really nice ones for a couple of hundred of bucks a hat.

    I have one in fact.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
    My daughter saw the DVD "A Concert for Bangladesh" and now, for Christmas, she wants a hat like Billy Preston wore. Big knit stocking-like cap that fit over a 70's-style 'fro that the brothers wore back in that day.

    I don't know where to begin to track something like that down.
    At least she wasn't asking for the macrame beer can hat.
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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    They're "Tams" and they are pretty easy to get, I know women who used to sell really nice ones for a couple of hundred of bucks a hat.

    I have one in fact.
    Thanks, woy. I figured I could count on you for help on this.


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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
    Thanks, woy. I figured I could count on you for help on this.

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
    My daughter saw the DVD "A Concert for Bangladesh" and now, for Christmas, she wants a hat like Billy Preston wore. Big knit stocking-like cap that fit over a 70's-style 'fro that the brothers wore back in that day.

    I don't know where to begin to track something like that down.
    Big fan of BP. I'll have to track down that DVD. If anyone knows of any other DVDs he was on (especially playing the Hammond B3) I'd appreciate a shoutout

    (I already have Clapton's "One More Rider" BTW, and the Beatle's "Let it Be" video)

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    Re: Why the 70's Fashion must not be replicated

    That kid in the fourth picture down could be me. Holy cow I looked just like that little man. Bowl cut, smile, freckles...I'm going to post my first grade picture and we're going to make a poll out of it.

    Unreal.
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