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“Don’t It Make You Feel So Bad?”

Blue Oyster Cult’s “Morning Final”

Photo by James Krudop on Unsplash

Billy “Nitro” Freeman had been living large — so much so, that when he gained 25 pounds dramatically and quickly, his torso gave him stretch marks that I had never seen on any other guy (or woman for that matter, since I was only 19 then and my mother did not parade her body around). I saw Billy’s torso only at Ocean City when winter turned spring…

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The songs we listen to change us. They shape how we feel and what we do. Let’s share stories of how songs shape our world. Let’s share the experience.

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Terry Barr

Terry Barr

I write about music, culture, food, and my Alabama past in One Table One World, The Riff, InTune, FanFare, SongStories, Rock n”Heavy, Counter Arts, and Pop Off.

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