The 60s come to Malaga

My legs hurt today after climbing the 1,500 meters up to the top of Castillo Gibralfaro yesterday to see the astounding views.

So after visiting the Picasso Museum and walking about the area for a couple hours before enjoying tapas on the Plaza, I found myself back in my rental applying Salonpas externally and a really nice Riojo Temperanillo internally.

Had enough of live streaming MSNBC this morning, so I was laying on the couch searching You Tube for music, and I came across this. A Spirit re-union in 1984.

Man, these guys weren’t phoning it in. Had me smiling and recalling a time too long gone.

Legs still hurt, but I didn’t mind so much.

2 thoughts on “The 60s come to Malaga”

  1. I’m pretty sure that video included Jeff “Skunk” Baxter (of Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers) on the clear Strat. We’re you aware he became a missile expert for DOD? Just adding a tidbit to your amazing video. 🙃

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  2. Hey Craig!
    Y’know, I thought that guy looked familiar, but couldn’t place him. Doobie Brothers to DOD contractor isn’t your normal career path, is it? 🙂

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