Add to my comments above - the musicians of our generation, the singer-songwriters and performers of the late 1960's into the 1970's, are a rare and unique group. The planets were aligned in just the right way for the massive talents of those people to develop. We are seeing them pass on now; all in their 60's and 70's. But think of the legacy they have left. All these guys and gals are going to be gone soon. The Beatles and the Stones are just the beginning. Some have been lucky to live so long; James Taylor comes to mind. Others not so lucky, like Warren Zevon and Lowell George, who were incredibly talented. Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Eric Clapton, Jimi, Jim Morrison, Joan Armatrading, Joe Jackson, Richie Havens, Syd Barrett, Bob Dylan, all the CSNY boys, Leonard Cohen, Gordon Lightfoot, Van Morrison, Phil Lynott, David Bowie, Ray Davies, David Gilmour, Donovan, Duane and Gregg Allman, Justin Hayward, Glen Campbell, Roberta Flack, Kris Kristofferson, Marvin Gaye, Allen Toussaint, Walter Becker, Donald Fagen, Harry Nilsson, Elton John, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty, Spencer Davis, Leon Russell, Tom Waits, Billy Joel, Don Henley and Glen Frey, John Mayall, Levon Helm, Robbie Robertson, Jimmy Webb, Sly Stone, John Fogerty, Al Green, Jerry Garcia, Rory Gallagher, Pete Townshend, Bruce Springsteen, James Brown, Randy Newman, Lou Reed, Elvis Costello, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Prince, Brian Wilson, Stevie Wonder, Carole King, Jim Croce, Bonnie Raitt, Harry Chapin, Willy DeVille, Frank Zappa, Patti Smith, Ian Anderson, Laura Nyro, Don McLean, Tim Hardin, Emmylou Harris, Andy Powell, John Fogerty, Steve Marriott, Gerry Rafferty, Gary Moore, Richard Thompson, Cat Stevens, Sandy Denny, Jeff Beck, Roger Waters, Michael Stanley...I could go on and on. Add to this list all the names of the blues greats that have passed on, too numerous to mention. We're lucky to still have some of the greats around, like Buddy Guy and Lonnie Brooks. Just reflect for a minute this *extremely* incomplete list of performers and writers of this era; some already departed. Reflect on the huge body of work these people have left us. It will forever be unequaled, because the planets will never be aligned in the same way again. And they all will be gone, not long from now. Music will never be the same.