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hi school

i miss this song for you...remember my hi school days awesome...

Army Bootcamp (Ft. Jackson S. Carolina)

Toward the end of my lonely cold boot camp during the months of Nov 21, 1990- January 1991 (Desert Storm era) The base was on lockdown and a light snow was falling as I pulled guard around the base perimeter. I was missing my high school sweetheart at the time, freezing, with limited sleep. The night was quite as most of the base slept, and as I was pulling my shift.
I can say that with my recent purchase of a digital walkman cassette player I bought off post at that time, $95.
This album went well with the tranquility of the soft white peaceful snow and the yellow lights the base had as regular street posts. It carried me thru as I played it over and over until my shift was done and I could wake the next person to do his guard, and crawl back in my cold lonely bunk, for some kind of sleep, before the Drill Sargent's would come screaming in to awaken us for another miserable cold wet long training day. I'm 42 now. She married had kids and we still talk occasionally.
dallassilvernaire at gmail
Dallas, Texas

Hey Now

Awesome album. Awesome band. For You is a classic. These guys are still making music and sound better than ever. Check out some of their new stuff.


Formed: London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Ironically, given their obsession with America's favorite pastime, the Outfield got their start in London's East End. Playing under the name the Baseball Boys, the trio of bassist/singer Tony Lewis, guitarist/keyboardist John Spinks, and drummer Alan Jackman played around London and recorded some early demos, attracting the attention of Columbia/CBS Records. They were signed shortly thereafter and began working on their debut album, Play Deep, which was released in 1985. The album was a smash success,...
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