by Timothy RuttIf you're a baby boomer, you know how important the music was to your life. Even if you were too young to participate in peace marches or Woodstock, you heard the music and were part of the time. Songs bring back memories, and frequently you remember where you were when you first heard it.
Webster's Fine Stationers, 2450 N. Lake Avenue, takes a look back on Friday, May 10, in conjunction with Fancy Food Truck Friday with author Elliot Michael Gold, starting at 5 PM..
“Nothing returns a memory as clearly as a song!” says Altadena writer Gold, who documented this in his book “Rememories - The Music and the Memories That Shaped Our Lives”, originally published in 2000.
Some of the interviews are funny, some are chilling, some are heartbreaking, but all of them remind the reader, and the listener, of how important music has been to our lives.