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The Boomers are a Canadian rock band from Ontario. Also known as The Boomers YYZ. Although their first album What We Do was not initially a commercial success in Canada, it became a cult hit in Germany, leading to a tour in 1991. This success prompted the band to record The Art of Living; the single "You Gotta Know" was a hit in Canada.
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Baby boomers (also known as boomers) are the demographic cohort following the Silent Generation and preceding Generation X. The Baby Boom generation is most often defined as those individuals born between 1946 and 1964. Baby boomers are associated with a rejection or redefinition of traditional values.
The boomers inherited a rich, dynamic country and have gradually bankrupted i. . Boomers don’t care about how the country will look in 30 or 40 years, but millennials do, and so those are the people we need in power. The boomers inherited a rich, dynamic country and have gradually bankrupted it. Sean Illing. So if we unseat the boomers from Congress, from state legislatures, and certainly from the presidency over the next three to seven years, then I think we can undo the damage. But that will require a much higher tax rate and a degree of social solidarity that the country hasn’t seen in over 50 years. That will not be easy, and there’s no way around the fact that millennials will have to sacrifice in ways the boomers refused to sacrifice, but that’s where we are - and these are the choices we face.
Here, Cooder realizes that the only thing in his arsenal that can do justice to James Carr's definitive version is his own remorseful slide guitar. Without uttering a single lyric, he's able to convey the shame and deep regret of the Dan Penn/Chips Moman classic. Thanks to moments like this, along with Cooder's consistently strong choice of material and brilliant guitar work, Boomer's Story - less eccentric than his first, and less eclectic than Into the Purple Valley - ranks among his best work.
2011: Oldest boomers reach age 65. And now the boomers run the world. The youngest members of the generation that decided to be young forever are turning 50. That's the age of maximum privilege and power. The oldest boomers are enrolled in Medicare, collecting Social Security and receiving tax-free Roth IRA disbursements. Plus, American life expectancy has increased by almost 12 years since the baby boom was born, so it doesn't just seem like we'll never go away. And what about those kids? Will Generation X and the Millennials do a better job running the world than the boomers have? Let's hope so. But first they'll have to move out of our basements. Humorist and political reporter . O'Rourke is the author of The Baby Boom: How It Got That Way (And It Wasn't My Fault) (And I'll Never Do It Again).
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|A1||The Matter With Me||4:49|
|A2||Love You Too Much||4:16|
|A3||One Little Word||5:01|
|A5||Never Going To Let It Go||4:12|
|B2||When You're In Love||4:39|
|B3||Rise Above It
Organ – Dennis Keldie*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music Canada Ltd
- Copyright (c) – Warner Music Canada Ltd
- Manufactured By – Warner Music Canada Ltd
- Distributed By – Warner Music Canada Ltd
- Art Direction – Hugh Syme
- Engineer – Paul DeVilliers*
- Photography By – Dimo Safari
- Producer – Ian Thomas , Tim Tickner
Notes(p)(c) 1991 Warner Music Canada Ltd
Made in Canada
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 9031-74515-4 1
|9031-74515-2||The Boomers||What We Do (CD, Album)||WEA||9031-74515-2||Europe||1991|
|ACD14252||The Boomers||What We Do (CD, Album)||Alma Records||ACD14252||Canada||Unknown|
|9031-74515-1||The Boomers||What We Do (LP, Album)||WEA||9031-74515-1||Europe||1991|
|WLD-9216||The Boomers YYZ||What We Do (CD, Album)||Wildcat!||WLD-9216||US||1995|
|CD 74515||The Boomers||What We Do (CD, Album)||WEA||CD 74515||Canada||1991|