Paying tribute |

Paying tribute

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:Tribute is in order, and protocol heralds it.Let all those in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley who appreciated the adventurousness and fun of the late 1970s and the early 1980s in Aspen and Colorado thank the likes of Great Colorado oilmen like John M. King and the now-dead Marvin Davis plus this time period’s remarkable inspiring rhythm & blues with its pulsating hot disco jams.The past has important future success keys for worthy Aspenites who nourish similar extraordinary visions like I have and give tribute where tribute is due.Oilmen like Marvin Davis and music like disco gave Aspen and those touched by Aspen a vitality that is still alive and begging for new life within the collective subconscious mind.Tribute does pay big long-term dividends.Pay tribute, Aspenites, and experience new wonders to treasure and share beyond compare.Emzy Veazy III, Esq.Aspen

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