Boomer Reloading?  What does that even mean?

Good question.  Maybe the following will help explain.


What do these songs have in common?

“Peggy Sue”  “Hound Dog” “We Can Work It Out”   “Day Tripper”   “Strawberry Fields Forever”   “Penny Lane”  “Unchained Melody”  “Tequila”  “Maggie May”  “Be-Bop-A-Lula”  “Green Onions”  “Rock Around the Clock”


These are all songs that were put on the ‘B’ side of the vinyl.  Some record executive decided the real hits belonged on side ‘A’.  It just goes to show you that the FLIP SIDE can produce something very special.

How about us who were born between 1946 and 1964, the Baby Boomers, those on the FLIP SIDE?  Do we have any ‘hits’ left in us?  Was all the good stuff only on side ‘A’?

BOOMER RELOADING is all about learning how to GROOVE on the FLIP SIDE.  If you are retired, close to retirement, or thinking about your retirement years, what do you want to do with the remaining songs?

If your idea of retirement is sitting back and doing nothing because ‘you deserve it’, this is not the tribe for you.  On the other hand, if you still have some of the 60s left in you, let’s do something about it!


Don’t retire; RELOAD!