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Old 08-03-2009, 11:05 AM   #61
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Mine too Vicente...

Here's one I used to shake my 6 year old booty to.....
I'll bet you did! And believe me, it was also AWESOME to be old enough to dance to this in your socks at a high school dance. That song is unforgettable.
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Old 08-03-2009, 02:01 PM   #62
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I'll bet you did! And believe me, it was also AWESOME to be old enough to dance to this in your socks at a high school dance. That song is unforgettable.
That record was cherished by me...it got played on a record player that was about the size of a car trunk.........
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Gotta have some of Willie on this thread...This'll work~

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Johnny sang with the Crests back in the 50's. He's been with the Brooklyn Bridge now for as long as I can remember. I get to see him all the time at my friends house who he's best friends with. He just turned 70 and sounds as good today as he did over 50 years ago.

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Old 09-20-2009, 03:13 PM   #68
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Kenny Vance singing sends chills down my back.

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Old 11-25-2009, 07:17 PM   #71
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Can't let the oldies die.

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[QUOTE=73ss454;878469]Can't let the oldies die.

I Agree 73ss454 - How about this instrumental - terrific IMHO. The sax is fantastic!

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Not classics, but songs that I remember from my pre-teen years. I'd wait all day with the AM radio pressed to my head waiting for them to come on.

There are no novelty or ballads in pop music anymore.

""--The Isley Brothers

"" -- Jerry Reed.
That wasn't Jerry's best tune but it was the first time I'd heard him. He was an amazing guitar talent, and a funny guy.
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These guys can sing some DooWop.

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Remember Jay Segal the singer of the Lion sleeps tonight.

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I fully realize this doesn't meet the standard of an "oldie" but I'll just post it anyway. Came out in '77 (hey, isn't 32+ years old?) and features lots of cool oldie movie clips.

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He's a little younger here. (heh)

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I don't really have an 'oldies' favorite, but I'm going to get some exposure because I just bought the 'Time Life' 10-CD set of 'Oldies but Goodies' (50's songs) for the wife for Christmas. She complained that she never has anything to play on the CD player in the car. Here in Indianapolis we have no oldies station--I used to play the oldies about every Saturday when I was out doing yardwork.
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