Much of the music I love was recorded before I was born. How about you?
Aint nobody's business if i do
Great one, Carla!
Thank you for the link, jan:)
Love them. I have most of their cd's .... even have one autographed to me from Patty Andrews.
Love it. My mom had old andrew sister records.
Mom still has all her old 78's. She used to sing me old songs, too.
She's from the texas panhandle. Quite a dancer. She used to dance with the soldiers that came through town during the war. Ive been told that dance halls were really a thing.
She has photo albums with many photos of her and young service men. She remembered many for most of her life. Not anymore.
Most on there way.
The things thier generation lived through....no?
Mine too. Great memories!
Jinx! Now I have to find another one. Ha!
My very favorite song.Seen her at the Brooklyn Paramount.
She was great.
The love of my life...Buddy Holly
I have been a Buddy Holly fan since I was a very little girl
Me too. The very first 45 rpm I ever bought with my own money was a Buddy Holly record.
I wish I still had the 45 rpm record player and I my little records.I lost them in a flood. I sat and listened to them when I was a little girl
I love to watch people dance to that tune.
Good one! He was great .... loved his rendition of "A String of Pearls".
Not just a long time ago, but not even in this galaxy!
it goes for ten hours lol
That's one I haven't heard in a very long time! Good one!
Thank ya. I used to have a record of this one too
Gotta love the Count!
NIce one Janet .... a fun Motown memory!
I LOVE Motown music. You have good taste, my friend ;D
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So glad that the Count and the Duke have both come to the party!
I love both the song and the movie. Swing Time is still a favorite.
I'm older'n dirt, but this is even older'n that!
I love this song. My grandpa taught it to me when I was about four years old.
Till We Meet Again (Doris Day - James Emmons 1951)
Thanks for the sweet memory ... my mom sang this to me.
''Tangerine'' Helen O'connell and Bob Eberley From the movie'' The Fleets In''
I love this song. I went to see Helen O'Connell at the Rainbow Room in New York back in 1967, and she sang it.
Lucky you.My parents loved that song.
Wow! That sounds exactly like "Misirlou" by Dick Dale and the Del-Tones. It came out in the mid-60's when I was in high school.