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Bob Seger — Her Strut
Album: Against The Wind
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Released: 1980
Length: 3:47
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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She's totally committed
To major independence
But she's a lady through and through
She gives them quite a battle
All that they can handle
She'll bruise some
She'll hurt some too
But oh they love to watch her strut
Oh they do respect her but
They love to watch her strut

Sometimes they'll want to leave her
Just give up and leave her
But they would never play that scene
In spite of all her talking
Once she starts in walking
The lady will be all they ever dreamed
Oh they'll love to watch her strut
Oh they'll kill to make the cut
They love to watch her strut

Yeah love to watch her strut
Watch her strut
I imagine there were a few vans with this cover art air-brushed on them back in the day...
 p_d_neumiller wrote:
They do respect her butt...  'Nuff said.
 
Yup.  
They do respect her butt...  'Nuff said.
well I guess even rp isn't immune to cheeeeze.
 Soopertimes wrote:

newbolddrive wrote:
I feel like I'm 16 and back in my room studying for my Chemistry exam and listening to Toronto's Best Rock Q107.

Nobody can accuse RP of not being diverse...




Dude - I'm from the Big smoke and must be close to the same age as you because I felt the same way
 

You guys remind me of riding the TTC when the Q was about to launch and they had ads claiming "Album Rock".  That lasted until they got sued for playing, I believe it was a Springsteen album, as people were recording off the radio.
 newbolddrive wrote:
I feel like I'm 16 and back in my room studying for my Chemistry exam and listening to Toronto's Best Rock Q107.

Nobody can accuse RP of not being diverse...
 

Dude - I'm from the Big smoke and must be close to the same age as you because I felt the same way
 ace-marc wrote:


No kidding.  Is this a mistake?
Yikes, RP is better than this.
 
RP is this GOOD.  LOL.
 dwlangham wrote:
Sorry, Bill, but I'm calling BULLSHIT on this one.

 

No kidding.  Is this a mistake?
Yikes, RP is better than this.
 tomcool wrote:


Oh, baby. Bill Goldsmith is an American National Treasure of Disk Jockeys. In Japan, they would register him along with the guys who still know how to make katanas by hand. He may not be in the studio 7x24x365, but you can most definitely be assured that there is nothing random about the song selection at Radio Paradise. He and his wife, Rebecca, put a great deal of thought into the song selection, the sequencing and the multi-dimensional segues (tonal, rhythmic, temporal, melodic, thematic, etc.) .

This is an unusual selection for RP, though . . .

I think that we're kicking a little loose, during the CORVID-19 crisis. The national disc jockey is stepping up to the plate.

RP forever!

 

Saw this comment in the forum and bounced over here to make sure that this really was in the RP playlist. I would have guessed that "Her Strut" was too embedded in 80s AOR for Bill to play but I've been proven wrong.

It's a good-to-great song if you remember the back-in-day and make your memory-lane trip fairly brief. Definitely one that Tom Cruise as "Top Gun"'s Maverick would have played on the local bar's jukebox. That's not something he could do these days as the Old Guy in the squadron.

I wonder what Rebecca thinks of this song...
 atmanv1 wrote:


It's amazing how much great music is out there that I never knew existed. I'm curious, how do they make it appear as if it's a real DJ playing? he will comment on a specific song occasionally, giving the appearance he's right there in the DJ booth spinning tracks. I wonder if he just randomly picks out songs from the playlist, makes comments then insert it into the program? anyone know?
 

Oh, baby. Bill Goldsmith is an American National Treasure of Disk Jockeys. In Japan, they would register him along with the guys who still know how to make katanas by hand. He may not be in the studio 7x24x365, but you can most definitely be assured that there is nothing random about the song selection at Radio Paradise. He and his wife, Rebecca, put a great deal of thought into the song selection, the sequencing and the multi-dimensional segues (tonal, rhythmic, temporal, melodic, thematic, etc.) .

This is an unusual selection for RP, though . . .

I think that we're kicking a little loose, during the COVID-19 crisis. The national disc jockey is stepping up to the plate.

RP forever!
Reminds me of being an 18 year old paratrooper at Ft Bragg, NC and going down on Hay St (Main St) to the topless bar "Rick's Lounge", shooting pool, spending our meager enlisted pay, drinking beer and watching the girl's strut. J Geil's was big around the same time. That was back in the day when they played rock at titty bar's...
 newbolddrive wrote:
I feel like I'm 16 and back in my room studying for my Chemistry exam and listening to Toronto's Best Rock Q107.

Nobody can accuse RP of not being diverse...
 

It's amazing how much great music is out there that I never knew existed. I'm curious, how do they make it appear as if it's a real DJ playing? he will comment on a specific song occasionally, giving the appearance he's right there in the DJ booth spinning tracks. I wonder if he just randomly picks out songs from the playlist, makes comments then insert it into the program? anyone know?
 dwlangham wrote:
Sorry, Bill, but I'm calling BULLSHIT on this one.

 
Glad you could make the call, I deleted BULLSHIT from my contact list and lost the number.  Oh wait...the number I have on this is an 8.  Yeah...that works.  Long Live RP!!
Reminds me of "Space Invader" from the first Pretenders album.
 dwlangham wrote:
Sorry, Bill, but I'm calling BULLSHIT on this one.

 
Is that something you do for recreation?
Anything bob does deserves an 8 or above
 dwlangham wrote:
Sorry, Bill, but I'm calling BULLSHIT on this one.

 
If this is bullshit, I like then bullshit!
Somebody; Grand Theft Auto IV??
Not enough Segar
Bob Seger just announced concert dates here in Detroit. 

We've got two nights.
Sorry, Bill, but I'm calling BULLSHIT on this one.

I remember this song along with "Come to Papa" was a hit at strip joints back in the day
"They do respect her butt"
*snickers like 10 year old*
I feel like I'm 16 and back in my room studying for my Chemistry exam and listening to Toronto's Best Rock Q107.

Nobody can accuse RP of not being diverse...
Some songs were meant to be left in the 80s
{#Devil_pimp}zesty ! and a virgin board
Love it!! FM Radio at it's finest!
Wow this is a surprise!  Chicago Stadium in the 70's!  That was a fun concert.