Super Bowl Memories

February 4, 2018 at 4:06 pm Leave a comment

Today’s Super Bowl brings back memories of when I went with my family in 1978.
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The fact that the Eagles are playing bring back memories of 1981 when my dad (sadly no longer with us), a sportswriter, thought he was going to make a lot of money with his record about Ron Jaworski, the Eagles quarterback at the time.
jaworski autographThe recent Grammy winners The War on Drugs has a member, Anthony LaMarca, from my hometown, Youngstown, Ohio. He also went to the same high school as I only many many years apart. I read an article about him recently and it turns out that he is also working at the same recording studio where my dad’s records was made, Peppermint Studios, in Youngstown. I was there when it was recorded. So was Frankie Yankovic, the polka king. peppermint studio

So, in honor of today’s Eagles Super Bowl performance, is the song my dad produced, a previously released polka by Joey Miskulin but with new words and sound effects by my dad. Clicking the link below will take you to SoundCloud to hear it.

Here We Go Jaworski

 

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