A VATIC CHANGE OF PACE: Rock 'n' Roll Best of All Times (50s ,60s ,70s) vol 1 compile by Djeasy

Vatic Note:   I don't know about anyone else, but, all this heavy lifting with respect to the current situation the world is in today, demands that we take a break sometimes, or even listen to music while reading this stuff, just to keep our sanity and positive attitude about it all.

We WILL PREVAIL, I have no doubt about it, however, many times it does not seem like that is possible.  Sometimes,  good music aids us in seeing the brighter side of things, so enjoy, I do all the time as you can see.  LOL

The current music is given to us, courtesy of the powers that be to bring us down and inhibit our resistance to their evil satanic agenda.  That is why I go back to the better times in Music.... primarily the 1960's that resulted in some of the most advanced resistance we had had in a long time.

We are again asking for the deficit of $350 for the first of the month. Due to  immediate and generous, caring donors we are now down to $100 that we need by the 1st of the month. That is only 6 days away, so we are getting close.  Again we are working on trying to end this, however, its going to take some time.  Until then we need your help to stay on the net, thats if the harassment doesn't increase as it has recently.  We are so grateful for your support in so many ways. 

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A VATIC CHANGE OF PACE:  Rock 'n' Roll Best of All Times (50s ,60s ,70s) vol 1 compile by Djeasy 
Published djeasy Timeless Music on Sep 20, 2014
These are some of my favorite Rock n Roll classic oldies I have compiled together.

Rock and roll (often written as rock & roll or rock 'n' roll) is a genre of popular music that originated and evolved in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s, primarily from a combination of African-American genres such as blues, jump blues, jazz, and gospel music, together with Western swing and country music.

Though elements of rock and roll can be heard in blues records from the 1920s and in country records of the 1930s,the genre did not acquire its name until the late 1950s.


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