-DeeT's 70s Family Album
Here are some early recordings that really don't fit in any of the
other sections. They're a bit more personal and aren't as closely
tied to 70s popular culture. They're very -DeeT, but nonetheless
they're also very fun and very seventies.
The 70s I Lived
- I loved my microphone so much I would sometimes
sing to it. (1973)
- And even as a little kid, I understood the
technical stuff. (1973)
- Some fellow second graders and I sing
popular songs. (1973)
- Even in those early years, my tape recorder has been known to
get me into trouble. (1973)
- Then again, sometimes it was the listener who was in trouble,
for copying a tape (1974) or even just
playing it! (1973)
- Here I am in 1974 (nearly 8 years old), wailing out
Smokin' In the Boys Room.
- Here's me in 1976 (10 years old), banging on the piano and singing Evil Woman with much conviction.
- On the same day, I also performed with much zeal the Sesame
Street classic, You've Got To Count
It Higher. Originally sung by a (male) muppet named
Chrissy. This clip is in RealAudio
- Seven-year-old -DeeT improvises a record TV
offer from a printed record club ad, getting some right, some
wrong, and some completely off the deep end! A revealing peek at our
musical past, through the very distorted eyes of a little kid. This
clip is in RealAudio format.
The 70s I Miss
Here are some recent personal attempts to bring back some of the magic
of those years.
Yours in the seventies...
Go to -DeeT's 70s page.