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cruel bugger..funny though :*:

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He used to tell me all bloody kinds. It's probably why I'm so cynical now and believe nowt. I hope you don't go telling your kids that you're famous :wink:


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not at all,they sort of know Daddy plays music and travels a lot but not owt else,my daughter however knows ALL

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simong wrote:
exapno mapcase wrote:
Remember, Peggy Sue and Be Bop a Lula distinctly but hard to say if they are first memory, also Lonnie Donegan - Sally Don't You Grieve..........Hard Days Night film on the telly and I sHOULd Have Known Better.......being in my next door neighbours and Riding Along On A PUSHBIKE hONEY (OR WHATEVER IT'S CALLED) ON THE RADIO also loved You're The Lady (again can't remember who by)....oh aye and Puff The Magic Dragon


You're The Lady - maybe you mean Cinderella Rockerfeller by Esther & Abi Ofarim...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JZ4aLBj ... re=related


That's the one Simon...knew someone would know and Beaux is right about The Mixtures....2 in 68 and 4 in 1970..


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Charlie Rich "The most beautiful girl"


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As we all get a little older i have noticed that kids listern to a load of shit these days. but, i am reminded by this thread that we all listerned to shit when we were kids! :shock:
I was born in 69 and all the wonderful songs that were laid before me were insignificant against Mr.Custer, My Boomerang wont come back, Grandad and anything by pinky and perky!!
Thank heavens we are not compiling 'Our First song/Reunion/Greatest album in the world type thing!
A-Dick-A-Dum-Dum! :roll:

What a load of old S**T! ( As described on the front cover by Cathrine Tates Granny!)

But thanks for the memories :D


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This thread has been awful - cos the last couple of days all I've had in my head are the songs that have been mentioned...........:roll:

But I tell you what - they may all be rather old but by heck everyone remembers them! Can't see that happening with much of the trash these days.................... :*:


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yeah it took me half of last night to remember 'oh we're goin to barbados' by totally tropical.

thanks a lot!

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I remember the 1st record player we had at home in the early sixties - it was wooden, the size of a sideboard and had an amazing speaker the size of a dustbin lid - came with a pile of 78's from the 50's. Amongst them was number of records by a guy called Charlie Gracie who sounded very mch like Elvis in his uptempo guises but I know nothing about him. There was also Buddy Holly's "Peggy Sue" b/side "Every Day" but unfortunately my kid sister sat on it. :cry: :x

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Charlie gracie was great he played recently in England i missed his gig as i was in London my Uncle Eric went to see him i think it was in Barnsley he said it was a good gig,his hit was called"Fabulous"it was a bit like don't be cruel by Elvis

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First song I remember, was my dad playing me an old 78 of Bill Hayley's 'Ten Little Indians'. Used to bop around the living room to that one.

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13 women was the one i have always liked by him

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I think we'd all like 13 women! Well at least for the night anyway....

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yeah and only one man in town-sounds a lot like "such a night"


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Charlie gracie was great he played recently in England i missed his gig as i was in London my Uncle Eric went to see him i think it was in Barnsley he said it was a good gig,his hit was called"Fabulous"it was a bit like don't be cruel by Elvis


Yes, that song was amongst the collection and it was very, very similar to Don't be cruel".

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